Foodie Pubs In Devon

I f you’re a bit of a foodie, you probably want to plan your trip around must-visit restaurants, pubs and cafes. Devon is certainly a first-class spot for culinary delights – though we can’t say we agree with cream before jam!

Check out our foodie favourites in Devon and begin planning your next adventure. From stone-baked pizza to ‘dine’ for, to mouth-watering steaks cooked to perfection, there’s something to satisfy everyone. And, not to fear, with so much to explore in the surrounding areas, you’ll have certainly worked up an appetite - dessert anyone?


Samuel Jones, Exeter

Enjoy quality craft beers perfectly paired with delicious dishes inside this contemporary warehouse space. Samuel Jones is renowned for its imaginative Cornish take on classics like its Proper Job macaroni and cheese – never failing to ‘mac n please’. Aside from the modern-day British pub menu, you’ll also find a range of prime steaks – a wonderful way to indulge your tastebuds. Dine al fresco during the warmer months with the restaurant’s open terrace, overlooking the River Exe; you can easily while away the long, summer evenings with friends and family.  

Must try: 80z rib-eye steak, with a side of Proper Job IPA macaroni cheese.


The Globe, Topsham

Renowned across ‘the globe’ this pub lies just a stone’s throw away from Exeter in the chocolate-box village of Topsham. Decorated with rich textures and warm colours, you’ll immediately feel welcomed home the moment you walk through the door to this pub. Working in perfect harmony with the comforting atmosphere, you’ll find firm foodie favourites available on the menu. From stone-baked pizzas to south Indian vegetable curry, your taste buds are sure to be singing – the toughest decision will be choosing what to order!

Must try: Stone-baked pizza, choose your toppings and perfectly pair with your favourite St Austell beer.