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delivered deliciousness in every mouthful. Su’s choice – Pan fried sea bass (beautifully flaking), crab cakes (light-as-crisp coats encasing hand picked Salcombe crab); the coastal tang of samphire; smoked paprika and sea salt enlivened pumpkin and celeriac wedges (‘I would hap- pily eat these as a vegetarian dish on their own, they are so scrump- tious!’) pooled in a densely rich white wine cream sauce. The Bear and Blacksmith kitchen


achieves that happy balance be- tween rustic and refined; expansive enough for the greediest tren- cherman yet elegant, fresh, light handed…define it as you will, their cooking is a joy. Inventive, inclusive (no fears here for those with dietary challenges – just let them know beforehand), interesting and irresist- ible – what more could you wish for? We savoured the last of our wine with desserts - warm chocolate fondant for me and a gluten free ‘absolutely amazing’ orange and almond cake with orange syrup for Su. Who knew gluten free puds could be so good but with Claire in charge of patisserie, nothing seems impossible. And those wines? A fresh, zingy Chilean Sauvignon Blanc full of soft fruit flavours with a dry, balanced finish and a bright, juicy Argentinian Malbec, all damsons and smokiness. With occasional themed nights


and live music; whether a local or visitor, you could not feel more at


home – if we hadn’t been so busy eating in the restaurant, we could have joined the Knit and Natter ladies creating whilst they sipped or enjoyed a good ‘crack’ at the bar with young farmers… This gold standard haven of


good food and hospitality could not be easier to find – right on the A379 in the very heart of Chilling- ton village – with parking at the rear and sunny enclosed garden for the lighter nights to come but do try and book ahead to avoid disappointment.•


Chillington, Kingsbridge, South Devon, TQ7 2LD. Bookings Tel: 01548 581 171 • www.thebearandblacksmith.com


A pub for locals & visitors alike. Ultra Local.


Our menu features the freshest fish and seafood from the shores surrounding the pub, as well as a selection of Devon’s finest meat sourced and butchered from our own farm and also from The Salcombe Meat Co.


This is all accompanied by our lovingly home grown vegetables or produce from Wilton Farm in South Pool.


We are proud to support local suppliers and serve a delicious range of locally grown produce and drinks.


Mother’s Day Lunch


Sunday 31st March Free glass of bubbly for Mums


Booking essential To book call - 01548 581171


www.thebearandblacksmith.com Chillington, Kingsbridge, TQ7 2LD


Opening Times - Mon – Sat 12:00pm – 3:00pm & 6:00pm – 11:00pm SUN 12:00pm – 4:00pm 6:00pm – 10:30pm


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