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Places to eat 75 THE ANGEL


“A Bastion of Fabulous Food and Professional Service”


Part of the Holland Group and sister business to Platform One Restaurant and Champagne Bar.


Head Chef is Elly Wentworth (runner up Master Chef: The Professionals 2016 and the first female chef to win Best Trencherman’s Chef 2020). The restaurant was joint winner of the Best Fine Dining Restaurant in the 2019 Food, Drink Devon Awards and won Silver in Best Restaurant/Bistro in Visit Devon Tourism Awards 2019/20. And a Michelin Plate 2020.


Our menu fully reflects the wonderful array of fresh produce available locally. A Taste of Devon!


Open for lunch and dinner - call to check our opening times (change seasonally) The Angel,


South Embankment, Dartmouth, Devon TQ6 9BH


Tel. 01803 832572 www.theangeldartmouth.co.uk THE BISTRO AT BROWNS


STYLISH BISTRO DINING EXPERIENCE NEAR DARTMOUTH’S OLD MARKET


Influenced by flavours of the Mediterranean, here at Browns we combine excellent local produce with the finest imported ingredients to give you a memorably delicious dining experience.


Our stylish bar is open all day and with its fabulous wine selection, gins, cocktails, great coffees and teas, comfy chairs and free wi-fi, what`s not to like about Browns?


Children and dogs welcome.


Bistro Menu - From 6pm (check website for seasonal opening times) Vegetarian, vegan and GF available.


Browns Hotel


27-29 Victoria Road Dartmouth, Devon, TQ69RT


Tel. 01803 832572 www.brownshoteldartmouth.co.uk


2 South Embankment, Dartmouth, Devon TQ6 9BH | 01803 XXX XXX info@theangelxxxxxx.co.uk | www.theangelxxxxxx.co.uk


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