Local Chef Recommend the Best Places to Eat and Drink In at Torquay

Local Chef Recommend the Best Places to Eat and Drink In at Torquay

Simon Hulstone, one of the best local chefs, claimed that Torquay has many good places to eat and drink in. Together with his wife, Katy, they became familiar with the best places to eat and drink in. These best places also have a children-friendly environment.

First on the list is “The Church House Inn at Marldon” which is a famous pub with unique architecture. Hulstone shared that they go there with their children every Sunday. It is best for country walks and good bonds. The Church House Inn at Marldon is located at Village Road, Marldon, Paignton. You can check them at churchhousemarldon.com.

Next on the list is the “Café Ode”, a famous café with a cool setup and a view of Shaldon Bay. This café serves good food made of natural and organic ingredients. The place is not only children-friendly but dog-friendly as well. Café Ode is located at Ness Cove, Shaldon, Teignmouth. You can check them online at odetruefood.com.

Third is the Cary Arms which is a pub with a hotel and spa services. It offers a breathtaking view of Babbacombe Beach. Hulstone claims that it is best to go there during lunchtime to see sea lions and watch boats on the sea. It is located at Babbacombe Beach, Torquay. You can check them out at caryarms.co.uk.

The fourth place is for people who are fond of pastries and teas, the Burridge’s at 8 Victoria Parade, Torquay. It’s definitely a must-go if you’re looking for a place to chill!

Lastly, there’s the Cockington Court Tea Rooms which is listed as one of the traditional houses. Go back in time and enjoy their delicious foods. It is located at Cockington Lane, Torquay. You can follow them online at cockingtoncourt.org.

These wonderful recommendations by Hulstone are definitely good places where you can find good food to eat and good beverages to drink. Hurry and check them out now!

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