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Traditional local delicatessen nestled in Dartmouth’s Old Historic Market


Cheese • Bread •Local Produce •Homemade Savouries & Sweets •


•Filled Baguettes •Picnic Fayre


Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch


All home-made and locally sourced produce


Open: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 10:00am - 3:00pm


Saturday & Sunday 9:00am - 4:00pm Coffees, breakfast & lunch takeaways also available


33 Lower Street, Dartmouth 01803 832882


Voted best Cream Tea in Devon


Covered outside courtyard seating


Fully licenced Daily specials Tea & Coffee


The Old Market, Dartmouth Tel:01803 839377 www.darttomouthdeli.co.uk


RESTAURANT ~ COCKTAIL BAR ~ TAKEAWAY “We pride ourselves on using fresh, local, seasonal produce”


Whether it’s an evening meal with family or simply just a drink with friends, our venue is truly a must see! *Friendly/knowledgeable staff *Free Wi-Fi connection *We welcome dogs (in the bar area only)


Visit our website


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Opening hours Latest offers Events


Motherʻs Day &


Easter Sunday


3 course £19.95 pp complimentary coffee/tea & homemade truffles


New Road, Stoke Fleming, Dartmouth, TQ6 0NR


SUNDAY ROAST Served every Sunday 12pm - 4pm


1 course £10.50 2 course £12.50 3 course £15.50 Kids 2 course £8.50


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3 course - 2 people - 1 bottle of wine £40 Valid from 22.02.2017 until 30.04.2017


only on Wednesdays & Thursdays Book a table at 01803 770 007 Now taking bookings for Join us for


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