Welcome to La Petite Bouchée

Bienvenue à La Petite Bouchée, our multi-Award winning Restaurant and Private Events business. We are delighted to be taking part in the Exmoor Food Fest for the 4th year and will open our doors on 3rd February so that guests can enjoy a taste of France with an Exmoor provenance.  Originally opening in Sydnenham/Crystal PalaceContinue reading “Welcome to La Petite Bouchée”

Introducing the Mangetout Supper Club

Introducing Mangetout Supper Club,  a new exclusive dining club from award-winning La Petite Bouchée. This is a new project for Chef/Patron Anita-Clare Field.  “This new project gives us an opportunity to showcase our more creative side, without diluting our La Petite Bouchée brand,” explains Anita-Clare. La Petite Bouchée, known for its big bold flavours andContinue reading “Introducing the Mangetout Supper Club”

Welcome to Maiden Arch By Robert Bryant, Barnstaple

Starting as a pop up and moving into a restaurant, Maiden Arch is an intimate dining experience with Chef Robert Bryant, serving the finest of modern British cuisine.  Living in this part of Devon, not only has some of the finest game, meats and fish around but also herbs, flowers and foragables. At Maiden Arch, weContinue reading “Welcome to Maiden Arch By Robert Bryant, Barnstaple”

Welcome to the Old Bank in Lynton

Newly opened in the height of the pandemic, The Old Bank is delighted to be taking part in their first Exmoor Food Fest this year.  Launched in May 2020, The Old Bank brings an exciting new dining experience to the heart of Lynton’s Old Town. Serving lunch between 12:00 – 14:30 and evening meals between 18:00Continue reading “Welcome to the Old Bank in Lynton”

Welcome to La Petite Bouchée in Witheridge

Welcome to La Petite Bouchée, our multi-award winning French Brasserie located in rural heartlands of North Devon. We’re absolutely delighted to be taking part in our fourth Exmoor Food Festival this year and we’re already planning two fabulous menus to tempt you with from January 28th through to February 26th. Our name translated literally meansContinue reading “Welcome to La Petite Bouchée in Witheridge”

Welcome to the Kings Arms, Georgeham

Known for its dramatic cliffs, wild seas and sandy beaches at Woolacombe, Saunton Sands and Croyde Bay, North Devon is where Exmoor meets the Sea. Only a short drive from these stunningly beautiful beaches you will find the picture postcard village of Georgeham, which is home to the Kings Arms. A traditional village family-run pub burstingContinue reading “Welcome to the Kings Arms, Georgeham”

Welcome to The Carlton, Ilfracombe

The Carlton is proud to be part of the Exmoor Food Fest 2022! It’s been a long time coming, and we’re rather excited about the coming New Year. Hopefully, things will have calmed down for all of us, and we’ll be taking part in the Exmoor Food Fest! As lovers of great food, how can weContinue reading “Welcome to The Carlton, Ilfracombe”

Welcome to New Coast Kitchen in Croyde

New Coast Kitchen is based in the heart of Croyde Bay in North Devon. We offer a set lunch menu between 12-14:30 and a la carte dinner menu 18:00-late 5 nights a week. We work very hard to offer our customers fresh, high quality dishes served in a precise modern style.  We are still aContinue reading “Welcome to New Coast Kitchen in Croyde”

Welcome to the Combe Brewing Company

Combe Brewing Company is a micro-brewery based in Ilfracombe, North Devon. We craft traditional ales from the finest malt and hops. The current range includes an Amber, Blonde, Red and Dark beer. We are hoping to release an IPA before Summer 2022.Where possible we use as many local suppliers as possible and form alliances withContinue reading “Welcome to the Combe Brewing Company”

Thomas Carr 1873

Thomas Carr is delighted to be taking part in the 2021 Exmoor Food Fest with his newest restaurant 1873. Having opened in September 2020, 1873 quickly gained recognition from Michelin when they Tweeted about the “delicious dishes” following a visit only a few weeks after opening. The restaurant is located in Ilfracombe’s former Victorian police station and hasContinue reading “Thomas Carr 1873”