A nice stroll away...
The Ashill Inn, Ashill - small but perfectly formed, that goes for the pub itself and also the local, seasonal menu.
Wyndham Arms, Kentisbeare - our village local OK for drinks on the courtyard deck, not all that nice inside and we unfortunately don't recommend eating here.
Bit of a further walk...
The Drewe Arms, Broadhembury - historic pub with fantastic menu and great quality food and drink.
Culm Valley Inn, Culmstock - riverside setting, you can take your drinks in plastic cups across the road to the river beach. Usually good dining.
Best to drive there...
Keepers Cottage, A373 direction Honiton - thatched cottage with plenty of parking and generous plates of hearty food.
The Merry Harriers at Westcott - good to combine with a visit to The Bear Trail or National Trust Killerton. They still have a couple of dinig pods outside for a fun dining experience.
Bit of a 'wow'!
River Exe Cafe, Exmouth
Swim Lyme, Lyme Regis
The Sea Shanty, Branscombe
The Clock Tower Restaurant, Sidmouth
Fish & Chips
...take your pick! Sidmouth, Exmouth, Branscombe & Beer all have great fish & chip restaurants and you can munch them on the beach! Find out more about our local beaches here.
Queen Street Eating - an eclectic mix of flavours and cuisines which come together to form the ultimate dining destination in Exeter!
Exeter Quay - More independent dining - from the 'dustbin lid pizzas' at On the Waterfront to the wood fired grills of Samuel Jones, there is a wide range of brilliant restaurants overlooking Exeter's beautiful Quay including Topsham Brewery.
Princesshay Dining - A wide selection of delicious restaurant chains.
Stand Stores cafe & deli
The Glorious Arthouse
The Yellow Deli, Honiton
Toast Cafe, Honiton
The Brave Gurkhas, Honiton (see takeaway below)
Brazier Coffee Roasters
Please note some of these may not be exclusively vegan or vegetarian but they do have good options.
You could also use www.happycow.net to search for vegan and vegetarian restaurants.