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Best Restaurants

Stoke Fleming and Dartmouth, nestled in the stunning South Devon coast, are not just scenic wonders but also a paradise for food lovers. Celebrate a special occasion with a loved one or bring the family together for a foodie experience, when it comes to things to do in South Devon, discovering our restaurants is a definite must. These areas offer a variety of dining options, from cosy cafes serving up hearty breakfasts to elegant restaurants with menus featuring locally sourced ingredients. Here are some top food and drink suggestions to explore during your visit.


Discover the heart of culinary delight at Kendricks Restaurants, your premier dining destinations nestled in the picturesque locales of Stoke Fleming and Dartmouth, Devon. With two conveniently located establishments—one embracing the tranquil charm of Stoke Fleming and the other in the vibrant heart of Dartmouth, near the iconic boat float—Kendricks offers an unparalleled dining experience that caters to both locals and visitors alike.

Nearby, we have The Green Dragon, a traditional village pub offering a warm welcome, the Green Dragon serves a selection of ales, wines, and classic pub fare. It's a great spot for a relaxed meal or a drink after exploring the local area.


The Seahorse Restaurant: Owned by renowned chef Mitch Tonks, The Seahorse specializes in seafood, offering dishes that celebrate the catch of the day from local fishermen. The ambiance is cosy with views over the River Dart.

Rockfish Dartmouth: Also owned by Mitch Tonks, Rockfish presents a more casual dining experience. Situated by the waterfront, it's the place to go for the freshest fish and chips, with gluten-free and vegetarian options available.


Café Alf Resco: A Dartmouth institution, Café Alf Resco provides a vibrant atmosphere and is known for its delicious breakfasts, coffee, and homemade cakes. It's a bustling spot in the morning, perfect for starting your day.

Dartmouth Artisan Market: Held on the 4th Saturday of every month, the market is a fantastic place to sample local food and drink, including cheeses, bread, pastries, and more. It's a great way to support local producers and artisans.

The Cherub Inn: Claimed to be Dartmouth's oldest building, this pub offers a cosy, historical setting with low ceilings and traditional beams. The menu includes classic British dishes and a selection of local ales and ciders.