Several Fine Dining Options in Devon

There are a plethora of interesting things you and your family can enjoy during your Devon holidays. There are several natural attractions and world-class historical avenues that you can explore. To name a few, you can visit the UNESCO Heritage Sites including the Jurassic Coast, West Devon Mining and Braunton Burrows, national parks in Dartmoor and Exmoor, Go Ape Adventures, beaches in Plymouth and Torbay and the West Devon Coast for trailing and biking. There is no better way to end fun-packed day-outs during Devon holidays, but by staying in one of the luxurious holiday cottages.

The holiday cottages’ selection is vast and there is surely one that will suit your taste and budget. The self-catering holiday cottages are famous for providing comfortable accommodations and top-rate customer service. Plus, during your Devon holidays, you will be taken within close proximity from some of the most stunning tourist destinations and fine dining restaurants in town. If food is something that your family love, here are some noteworthy options.

The 22 Mill Street Restaurant

If you enjoyed touring the Dartmoor National Park during your Devon holidays, hop into a pleasant dining experience at 22 Mill Street Restaurant afterwards. Treading the long trails and paths will surely leave you exhausted and tired. The sumptuous meals in this restaurant will without a doubt satisfy your cravings for good food. The chef guarantees that every dish is cooked into perfection and prepared from the finest local ingredients available. You and your family or friends can enjoy delightful lunch and dinner at 22 Mill Street from Tuesdays to Saturdays. Located just a stone throw away from your holiday cottages, the restaurant is worth the travel and time.

The Bianco’s Ristorante Italiano

Universal favourite, Italian dishes are also a hit during Devon holidays. For this reason, the Bianco’s Ristorante Italiano has been elected as one of the most popular Italian dining area in the county. Serving authentic and mouth-watering pasta and pizza, Bianco’s has gained solid following from both locals and tourists alike. When in here, you should not miss out on the following specialties: Tonno e Fagioli (Tuna with onions and Italian beans), Tagliatella ala marinara (pasta with cockles, prawns, tarragon and mussels in seafood sauce), Antipasto di Mare (marinated seafood with salad), Entrecote ai Funghetti (char grilled sirloin steak with smoked bacon, garlic, cream and mushroom sauce), Saltimbocca di Roma (veal escallops with Parma ham and mozzarella cheese). Make some space for equally tempting desserts and have a glass of wine thereafter. There are also delectable meals for vegetarians. The restaurant is open seven days a week from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. You can call in advance from your holiday cottages and reserve a table for you and your family.

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