Brunch is quite possibly the best meal in the day – it’s the perfect combination of breakfast and lunch! So to celebrate, we’ve put together a list of our favourite places in Devon to go and have brunch. Thanks to everyone who suggested their favourites!
Have we forgotten any? Let us know in the comments.
The Guard House, Torbay
The Guard House is a friendly cafe is located in Berry Head Nature Reserve, inside a Napoelonic-era fortress. Whether your passion is history, wildlife, walking or relaxing with family and friends in a beautiful place, Berry Head has something for you – even before trying their fabulous food!
Café Al Fresco, Dartmouth
Café Al Fresco provide a relaxed stress-free environment in which to enjoy tasty, freshly cooked food, whilst chatting with family and friends, listening to live music, or simply mulling over the morning paper.
Their efficient friendly staff and rustic, comfortable surroundings ensure a visit to Alf’s is a revitalising and indulgent experience. The café features an open-plan kitchen and outside seating area, complete with wall-mounted heaters for cooler days.
The Curious Kitchen, Brixham
Opened in August 2016, The Curious Kitchen is located on Middle Street in the small fishing town of Brixham in Devon. TCK has brought together a small team of passionate individuals who are committed to giving the best food and service they can, whether it’s their daily brunch menu, weekend taster menu, locally bespoke roasted coffee or house tray bakes (and DONUTS!).
Lloyds Kitchen, Exeter
Lloyd’s Kitchen is one of Exeter’s most popular places to eat, meet and drink, an independent restaurant café serving modern British food daily, along with their own blended coffee, and offering a fantastic wine list.
Following a complete transformation Lloyd’s Kitchen is a fresh and relaxed place to enjoy a mid-morning coffee, a leisurely lunch, a relaxed dinner (Friday and Saturday) or to unwind with glass of wine from their new expertly selected range of wines from different countries and regions around the world.
Brodys Bistro, Torquay
From the self-service stations to the toaster on your table, Brody’s is all about keeping it simple and putting you in control. They’ve done away with the formality of serving staff: you can get stuck straight in, with no limits on what you can choose. But naturally, their friendly Brodites are always on hand if you need anything.
Avon Mill Café, Kingsbridge
Delicious breakfasts, brunches, morning coffee, lunches, homemade cakes and delicious Devon cream teas are all served in this warm and comfortable, licensed café.
Their menu is prepared here in the kitchen at Avon Mill, by their team of cooks, from fresh, seasonal ingredients, locally sourced wherever possible.
Pounds Farm, Cullompton
On cold mornings Punds Farm light the wood burner in the dining room and on fine mornings in the summer, you can enjoy eating your breakfast outside. The breakfast menu is free range and locally sourced. Their smoked, dry cured bacon and meaty sausages are from pigs grazing just over the hill and the eggs are from their own hens who are out on grass.
Posh Nosh, Exeter
Whether you need a working breakfast, elegant brunch, a simple finger buffet or extravagent high tea Posh Nosh have it covered!
Perhaps you need breakfast the morning after your wedding, or maybe you have an important business seminar at 8am, not to worry as they have a full English and Continental breakfast menu.
The Rose Mount, Yelverton
A freshly cooked breakfast at The Rosemont is (whenever possible) locally-sourced and free range. The Rose Mount are happy to offer a vegetarian alternative to the traditional Full English, or something a bit lighter; they have a few specials that change on a regular basis. Breakfast is served up with a cafetiere of fresh coffee, a range of teas, fruit juices, yoghurts, fresh fruit, cereals, toast and conserves.
The Dock, Plymouth
With an unbeatable combination of great food and great coastal views, The Dock is a family run café and restaurant that’s perfect for everyone!
Whether you’re celebrating something special or just catching up with friends over coffee or cocktails, they offer an informal, relaxed setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner using the very finest food – sourced from across Devon