The wonderful thing about staying in a holiday cottage is the freedom to choose where to dine and Kingsbridge certainly ticks all the boxes when it comes to eating out. From award winning authentic Bengali cuisine to modern Middle Eastern and Mediterranean tapas, fine dining using fresh local produce and a sociable canteen style dining with a celebrity chef. Our advice? Reserve your table beforehand.
The Old Warehouse
The Old Warehouse is a taproom, kitchen, and cafe that was newly opened in 2022. Using local produce, they create a range of delicious food, from steaks to fresh fish such as mussels and cuttlefish. This restaurant is also home to Moonhoney Mead, a brewery creating unique, award-winning sparkling craft meads. Located right in the centre of Kingsbridge, The Old Warehouse is only moments away from the high street.
Maha Bharat offers multi-award-winning authentic Bengali and Indian cuisine. Listed as one of the top ten curry houses in the South West, they use high-quality ingredients to create truly outstanding dishes. Providing traditional cuisine as well as some unique specials, this restaurant is a must-visit if you are a lover of curry. Maha Bharat also offers takeaway dishes, the perfect option for dinner on your first night in Kingsbridge, when no one feels like cooking!
If you are after a relaxed fine dining experience, Twenty Seven is the restaurant to visit in Kingsbridge. Ran by chef Jamie Rogers, Twenty Seven skilfully prepares fresh local produce to create high-quality food and a range of outstanding dishes. In the last two years, Twenty Seven has won four awards, including a Michelin plate.
Cafe Asia has an extensive menu filled with authentic South East Asian cuisine. Taking advantage of the abundance of fresh produce, they source all of their ingredients locally. Whether you are dining in the restaurant or getting a takeaway, the friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you pick your perfect dish.
The Old Bakery
Known as a hidden gem, The Old Bakery serves modern Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dishes in a tapas style. With an intimate, rustic interior you’ll have a great experience exploring the food selection. Located on the Promenade, near the estuary, you will get a real feel for Kingsbridge when dining at The Old Bakery.
La Ranchera is a family-run business, serving authentic Mexican food. Using local produce to prepare dishes that have been passed down through the family, this restaurant is a real slice of Mexico hidden in the South Hams. The fun and colourful interiors add to the vibrant atmosphere of La Ranchera.
Themed dinners, feasting nights and Sunday lunches awaits at Wild Artichokes. All served up with a warm welcome and service with a smile while you dine at shared tables and enjoy great food from a set menu. This sought after dining destination is run by Samantha Miller and her business partner Jane Baxter who you’ll recognise as a regular on Saturday Kitchen with Matt Tebbett.