Harden's survey result
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In a quaint village, this “small and intimate” venture has an outspoken local/seasonal ethos with “suppliers and food miles on the back of the menu”. Whilst “all very commendable”, it’s “what’s on the plate that really counts”… and it’s “more than impressive, with value that’s second to none”. (It has a nearby café sibling too).
“An intimate restaurant located in a beautiful village” combining “unfussy” service and a “high standard of cooking with an emphasis on local, sustainable produce”; it has a café sibling (with sea views) too.
“A little gem of a restaurant tucked away in this small village” – using “locally-sourced” and “seasonal” ingredients, it “maintains a consistently high standard all year round”; the café offshoot (with sea view) is “above average” too.
“Tiny but full of enthusiasm” – this “lovely” spot “in a quaint village” uses “only sustainable and organic ingredients” to “excellent” effect; its offshoot Café Ode, with sea-view, also gets the thumbs up.
21 Fore Street, Shaldon, TQ14 0DE
Friday – Saturday: 7pm-9pm
Last orders: Mon - Thur closed, Fri & Sat 9 pm, Sun closed