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We had many good meals in this establishment under 4 different managements, but have recently found it be be closed. We have telephoned several times over the past few weeks, but never had an answer.
I sincerely hope it will open again soon.
We went in for afternoon tea around 2.30pm as advertised and then found they shut at 3pm. They are dog friendly which was an added bonus. We opted for a dessert and coffee. The waitress left before we had finished. The teapot had stains from...More
Once I managed to get across the road I was ready for a drink the w.iches bowl is just off a bend where traffic can forget to slow down . Anyway this is a lovely place and is bigger than you think once your in...More
We had visited this restaurant a few years ago and decided to return as was very good. On arrival we noticed it had changed hands the price of the breakfast had increased , but on inspection it looked very nice . The waitress was very...More
Quirky and homely decor, set out with books, soft sofa's, antiques and fine china. Homemade Devonshire cream teas to die for. Generous homemade fruit scones (2 each) with devon clotted cream, strawberry jam and proper tea (tea leaves). All served on bone china. Warm, friendly...More
On regular visits to Dawlish to visit Family we often have lunch at this restaurant. A good variety of meals are available with daily 'specials' as well as senior citizen deals. A friendly welcome and excellent staff complete the experience.
Another brilliant meal at this hidden gem in Dawlish.
The party all had a roast meal, cooking to perfection by Colin and served by Summer Louise.
Ended the meal with a sponge pudding and a crumble.Well worth a trip if you are in Dawlish.