So you’ve been for a family walk, seen the ponies with their adorable foals, clambered up the tor, run full tilt back down the grassy slopes to the car and the familiar cry goes out …. “We’re hungry!”
Now, where to eat, this is the question. The thought of driving to the nearest town or village to see what’s there, might well have seemed like a good idea when you set off after a hearty breakfast that morning, but with the children now starving hungry and tired, you need a decision and fast!
We’ve created a rather fabulous map to help you out and given it the snazzy little name of Taste of Dartmoor Foodie Map. It’s easy to use, check your location, see which tea room, pub or cafe is closest and off you go. If you want more details on the place you think you fancy visiting, use this link to the page on our main website – www.visitdartmoor.co.uk/food-and-drink/taste-of-dartmoor Easy!
There’s a wonderful choice, from a tiny village tea room with wild ponies mooching around outside to a restaurant in an abbey. Maybe lunch at a field kitchen, or a hearty soup and rolls outside a pub? Fab food in a farm shop, or a bistro in an old building, or even a lovely meal in the restaurant of a an arts and crafts centre.
One thing is for sure, the food on Dartmoor is completely fabulous, usually locally grown and produced, made with love and served with a smile.
The choice is yours, we’ve just made it easier for you!