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Dartmouth’s Finest


(see adverts in this guide)


Aune Valley Meat retail farm shop is situated in the heart of the South Hams between Loddiswell & Kingsbridge, it is a traditional run family business selling to the retail and catering trade. At Christmas as always our experienced butchery team can advise you on every aspect of your Christmas order. Traditional poultry, turkey, geese, chicken and duck or local beef, pork & lamb including what size bird or joint you will need, recipes ideas and cooking times. From the smallest joint to ½ a pig, bullock or lamb each order is cut to the customers requirement by our friendly enthusiastic team of butchers. At Aune Valley we pride ourselves on sourcing beef, pork and lamb from local farms with full traceability from birth to shop. Our poultry is purchased within the county of Devon and all Christmas Turkeys & Geese are sourced locally along with local fat stock show prize-winning cattle. Visit us at our Aune Valley retail farm shop at Rake Farm, Loddiswell which is open from 8am till 5pm Monday to Saturday. Tel: 01548 550413 Or visit online today at www.aunevalleymeat.co.uk Free Local delivery service available.


Dart to Mouth Deli, the home of Devon’s No 1 Cream Tea, is Dartmouth’s truly local, traditional deli. Building on the success of Rayne and Kevin’s other business - The Picnic Boat, Dart to Mouth Deli is firmly based on identical, simple principles - to bake (at our kitchen on-site at the Deli), and serve you with the finest of our locally produced and sourced foods. A warm welcome awaits you as we invite you to join us during Food Festival for live music in The Old Market alongside our usual tempting and delicious Food Festival lunch Specials, great coffee, teas, wines, ciders and beers to enjoy sitting in our historic and beautiful covered courtyard.


0r, choose from our wonderful homemade


savouries, quiches, and sweet delights, alongside the best selection of local cheeses, freshly baked breads, and quality local produce. Tel : 01803 839377


Dartmouth Ice Cream Company will be in the Market Square Car Park Marquee over the Food Festival weekend. Come and buy some of our delicious home-made fudge and ice cream, enter our ‘guess the mystery ice cream flavour’ competition which we will be serving from our Victorian bicycle. The winner will receive a gift from our shop the Good Intent in Lower Street, Dartmouth where we make all our ice cream and fudge using the finest ingredients. If you would like a little taste of Devon then the Good Intent is where to be! Clotted cream, West country gifts and confectionery or treat yourself to a cream tea for your journey home.


Glazebrook House in South Brent was named Best Boutique Hotel in the country at the VisitEngland Excellence Awards this spring. In just three years since opening, the nine-bedroom hotel with its quirky Alice in Wonderland theme has won a number of top awards including best wine list in its category at the prestigious Condé Nast Johansens travel awards, Gold at the Devon Tourism Awards, and Best Hotel Restaurant in the Food and Drink Devon ‘Love the Flavour’ awards. The Sunday Times included it in a list of 100 Ultimate British Hotels for two


years running and it has a place in The Good Food Guide. Chef Ben Palmer oversees the kitchens with a passion to enhance the experience for guests. “We don’t just want them to come in and ‘have a meal’. The ethos here can be summed up in three words – surprise, delight and enrich,” he says. More info at www.glazebrookhouse.com


For a culinary experience of true beauty, look no further than our brand new Restaurant, John Burton-Race at the Grosvenor. Following a major refurbishment, the new restaurant offers its diners a space that is both elegant and cosy. Warm colours and ornate open fireplaces create a relaxing ambience, while John’s menu offers patrons the perfect selection of innovative dishes, pleasing to both the eye and the pallet, with a strong emphasis on flavour and design, capturing a fun and playful nature. To complement John’s cuisine, the hotel’s wine list has been expertly selected to showcase the very best fine wines and vintages as well as a range of accessible New World table wines. This is a restaurant where you can enjoy fine dining at the highest standard while feeling completely at ease. To book a table call 01803 294373 or email reception@ richardsonhotels.co.uk


Mark Lobb buys his fish at auction in Brixham early in the morning and then brings the fish direct to his shop in the Market Square so it’s as fresh as can be. All his trawled, netted and hook and line fish is caught within 30 miles of Dartmouth, from the inshore boats in the waters of Brixham, Salcombe and Plymouth. The shellfish is all sourced between Dartmouth and Salcombe. You can have his fish delivered to your door now too with his fish box deliveries. Spending a minimum of £35 you will pay £10 postage but receive £10 worth of Mark’s catch of the day free. During the Food Festival, Mark’s seafood kitchen will be open for hot and cold fish and shellfish dishes and you will be able to buy cooked fresh lobster and crab plus a wide range of wet fish.In the week after, why not join Mark’s crab picking workshop on Tuesday 24th October at 6pm. For £25 you can learn how to pick a crab and then afterwards he will provide salads and you can eat it in the Market Square. BYOB. Tel 01803 832101 or 07866 706621.


This year Roly’s Fudge is celebrating its 30th anniversary, so we are excited to be at Dartmouth Food Festival for this special year. We make all of our fudge in big copper pans for you to see in our Dartmouth shop on Foss Street. We are really excited to be able to launch our brand new Salted Caramel fudge sauce at the Dartmouth Food Festival! Our handmade fudge sauce is available in a handy squeezable, no-mess pouch, so you can drizzle it on ice cream and desserts.


The fabulous food festivities in town occasionally call for a break and what more could you ask for than a leisurely stroll towards Dartmouth Castle (or a short boat ride with the Castle Ferry). Sit inside the historic lighthouse cafe or soak up the fresh air and sunshine on one of the many outdoor tables whilst enjoying the stunning surroundings.


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