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SAVEURS, ANDRIA & BUNNED-


bringing great food, service and passion to Dartmouth


In early 2008, two local business ventures were launched that would later become Dartmouth institutions. One was obviously By The Dart magazine (100 issues old this month), another was Saveurs - Dartmouth’s very own French bakery and café run by Julien and Guylaine Picamil, producing the most delicious freshly baked hand-crafted French breads, pastries, cakes and chocolates.


happy customers but also with the many local restaurants and delicatessens to whom it supplies freshly baked bread every day. Saveurs has always been located on the junction between Duke


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Street and Victoria Road but last month relocated to just around the corner to 4 Market Street. In its place has emerged a fun new restaurant – Bunned – serving up high quality burgers that are already winning an enthusiastic following amongst visitors and residents alike. What may not seem obvious to many is that the two businesses


are closely related and are also part of an expanding Dartmouth food ‘empire’ that includes the stand-out new dining success of the past year – Andria at 5 Lower Street.


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Andria - serving modern European cuisine right in the heart of Dartmouth.


ndria emerged out of the first 2020 lockdown and has immediately garnered a loyal local following and rave reviews – TripAdvisor calls


it ‘Great food, great vibe, great service’. Google reviews give it 4.8/5.0. Trip Advisor ranks it #2 in Dartmouth winning 5 stars from 150 reviews. Julien and Guylaine were keen to start a new restaurant serving


tapas style dishes to tap into (no pun intended) the more relaxed dining vibe that is spreading fast throughout the UK. They got their opportunity when the former Dartmouth Eats café became available in early 2020. Snapping it up, they immediately set about planning something very new for Dartmouth. As Head Chef/Patron to run the new venture, they called upon their friend and former colleague, Luca Berardino. Luca first cut his teeth as a chef with Saveurs nearly a decade ago. He left to get experience elsewhere, returning to head up a new Saveurs restaurant in Totnes, and then left again to take up the position of Head Chef at On The Rocks in Brixham. The chance then to head up and drive this new venture forward in Dartmouth was too good to miss. Luca was born in Paris, trained in the UK and raised on five


hrough sheer hard work and creativity, Saveurs has built an enviable reputation for quality not just amongst its many


Julien and


Guylaine Picamil with Luca


Berardino (right)


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