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The White Hart, Dartington DELICIOUS, LOCALLY SOURCED FOOD


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rather special new team at The White Hart in Dartington are looking forward to welcoming


you in from the fresh spring air of Dartington’s glorious grounds and gardens to warm your cockles with a delicious, seasonal feast. Head chef Eamon Fullalove, who hails


from Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen in London was joined by restaurant manager Peeps Gregory from River Cottage at the White Hart at Dartington Hall in 2018. Together they have developed a delicious array of feasting on offer from midday to late – to enjoy in the restaurant nestling within the medieval Grade I listed hall near Totnes. Eamon has taken local sourcing to


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‘We’re looking at what is growing now out there on the estate and working way more in harmony with the growers and customers.’


its logical conclusion on the 1,200 acre Dartington estate, a place that is home to 21 land based enterprises, which grow everything from venison to salad greens and mushrooms. ‘The usual convention is that all food begins with


the chef’s mind. We’re doing it the other way round,’ says Eamon. ‘We’re looking at what is growing now out there on the estate and working way more in harmo- ny with the growers and customers.’ So whether you fancy lunch (Midday


Feasting 12 noon to 3pm), pre-cin- ema (Devon O’ Clock Feasting 5.30 to 6.30pm) or dinner (Main Event


Feasting 5.30 to late), why not come and try good and honest food that is an extension of your experience of your gardens or estate walk. And with a new, locally-sourced Sunday Roast menu available between 12 to 3pm, what better way better way to round off a lengthy stomp across the majestic Dartington grounds? What’s on the White Hart Feasting menu this May? Find out at www.dartington. org/visit/food-drink/sample-menu/ To book a table, call 01803 847 111


The Kings Arms


in Strete A Coastal Pub and Restaurant with stunning sea views serving good homemade food, real ales and fine wines. The Kings Arms offers superb modern food in light and airy surroundings, with stunning sea views and fantastic art on the walls. We offer Voyager coffee, local ales and drinks all day and food which is full of flavour & spice in plentiful servings. Spice is nice and our chef Steve Thomas knows how to cook food with spice and understands flavour. He’s also got the know-how to do an awesome Sunday lunch. We have a passion for good


food. Our fish is all MSC certified and our meats are Free Range and sourced locally. Strete Village (A379), Devon TQ6 0RW Tel: 01803 770027


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