Food & Drink in Sidmouth
Come and enjoy relaxed and informal dining. Enjoy food that has been freshly prepared with passion using seasonal, good quality, locally sourced (where possible) ingredients. Pretty roof garden - weather permitting.
Open Tuesday to Saturday 9.30 to 3pm (last orders 2.30pm) And also Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from 6pm. Subject to change during the winter months so please ring in advance.
The Loft, Upper Floor, 3/5 Old Fore Street, Sidmouth, EX10 8LS
Tel: 01395 489681Website
The Rendezvous Wine Bar & Bistro
The Rendezvous has a varied menu covering sandwiches, lunches, mains, desserts and a wine menu. There is a declicious themed Italian menu on Friday nights.
Check out their website for special offers.
The Rendezvous, 33 Fore Street, Sidmouth, EX10 8AQ
Tel: 01395 516724
Devon produces a wealth of delicious produce and this constitutes the main ingredients of the Bedford's varied menus. Fish and seafood is caught by local fishermen daily and local crab and lobster come from throughout the region. Many of the other ingredients are quite literally home grown.
Formal meals are served in the dining room, but if you'd like a light lunch or snack visit Pynes Bar for a more informal atmosphere.
Bedford Hotel, The Esplanade, Sidmouth, EX10 8NR
Tel: 01395 513047Website
Like the historic town of Sidmouth itself, Neil's Restaurant is inextricably bound to the sea and the culinary delights it has to offer.
Proprietor and Chef Neil Harding established Neil's Restaurant in June 2000 in order to offer the very best of fresh fish and shellfish from Devon's famed coastal waters in an informal and contemporary atmosphere. With over 20 years experience as a chef at some of the county's premier eateries, Neil, along with his dedicated team, quite literally bring innovative and quality cooking to the table, combining it with a strong emphasis on attention to detail and friendly but expert service.
Neil's Restaurant, Vicarage Road, Sidmouth, EX10 8TL
Tel: 01395 519494
Brown's Wine Bar & Bistro
Brown's Wine Bar is a small, intimate venue offering food of a quality that is several notches above other venues in the town. Popular with residents and visitors alike.
During the summer months, Brown's is filled with tourists to the town, while throughout the rest of the year, local residents use it as a drinking and dining destination later on in the evening. The menu changes daily and offers a range of fresh fish and meat dishes at reasonable prices. Standard items such as lasagne are always available.
Brown's Wine Bar & Bistro, 33 Fore Street, Sidmouth, EX10 8QA
Tel: 01395 579449
The Tudor Rose Restaurant & Bar
Serving food in both the restaurant and bar.
The Tudor Rose Restaurant & Bar, 30 High Street, Sidmouth, EX10 8EA
Tel: 01395 514720
The Salty Monk
A light, airy and spacious restaurant in a country house style with crisp table linen and fresh flowers in abundance, overlooking the beautiful award winning gardens. Contemporary English Cuisine born from a commitment to use only the freshest ingredients supplied wherever possible from the West Country.
To guarantee freshness, a wide selection of seafood is delivered daily from Brixham and select cuts of meat or game come from our butcher's herd.
The Salty Monk, Sidford, Sidmouth, EX10 9QP
Tel: 01395 577232Website
The oak panelled restaurant, overlooking the sea & Esplanade, retains high standards of traditional silver service, whilst offering personal & caring attention.
The menus, which combine the best of both classic and modern cuisine, are prepared using fresh local produce by our highly regarded head chef, Mark Leavers and his team. The elegant Faulkner Lounge Bar is open each evening for drinks before dinner. Entertainment, including music for dancing is offered on several nights each week.
Blinis, Royal York and Faulkner Hotel, The Esplanade, Sidmouth, EX10 8AZ
Tel: 01395 513043Website
The Swan Inn
The Swan is a modest, cosy cottage inn that might best be described as a country pub in the heart of Sidmouth. We always serve at least three real ales, including Charles Wells Bombadier and Branoc, a very popular bitter from local brewers, Branscombe Vale. They also brew 'King of Chit', a weaker but tasty ale, exclusively for the Swan.
They have an excellent reputation for food, with a particular emphasis upon fresh fish, supplied daily to the pub. It is often advisable to book.
The Swan Inn, 37 York St, Sidmouth, EX10 8BY
Tel: 01395 512849