Devon’s Must-Visit Restaurants


Your holidays in Devon will not be utterly complete without booking into of one of Torquay holiday cottages or Devon holiday cottages. Eating out at the popular and must-visit restaurants in Devon is definitely an awesome experience you don’t want to miss. You can find great variety of restaurants around town which offers healthy mix of Italian, English, French and other international cuisines. The Torquay holiday cottages and the Devon holiday cottages are self-catering luxury cottages that are perfect for families or groups. These holiday cottages and restaurants are ideally located near tourist hotspots in Devon and here are two of the must-visit restaurants in Devon that you shouldn’t pass up.


Jingles is voted as the “most popular restaurant” in Torquay and this is the perfect place to go if you are craving for authentic Tex-Mex cuisine. This Mexican restaurant is located at Torwood Street, Torquay, which is near the Town Center and most of Devon holiday cottages and Torquay holiday cottages.  The façade of the restaurant is very vibrant and the interior is well designed to create a casual, wholesome and lively atmosphere perfect for family and group get together. The food is mouthwatering and comes in large servings. Besides the usual Tex-Mex dishes like fajitas and burritos, Jingles also serve wide variety of American and international dishes, as well as vegetarian dishes and special menu for kids. The restaurant can accommodate up to 82 guests ad is open from 6 p.m. until the wee hours of the morning. Jingles is definitely one of Devon’s must-visit restaurants, especially if you don’t want to bother cooking at your self-catering Devon holiday cottages or Torquay holiday cottages.

Port Salut

Another must-visit restaurant in Devon is the Port Salut. Port Salut is strategically located near Devon holiday cottages on Palk Street, Torquay. Here, you can find wide selection of International and European dishes that will surely satisfy you cravings. All dishes at Port Salut are cooked fresh and are mostly inspired by the “catch of the day” and the freshest local produce. Their must-try sumptuous dishes are Thai shrimp noodles with vegetable and fried garlic or seared wood pigeon with sweet potatoes, Fried rib eyes, chunky chips, salad and bordelaise sauce, pan fried scallops and the crumbled pork cutlets with ratte potatoes, sautéed apples, sage, maple syrup butter and cider vinegar. You can dig into your food and sip your champagne while enjoy the serene and warm Port Salut atmosphere. The restaurant has facilities for the disabled including wheelchair access. There is no children’s menu at the restaurant and only older, well-behaved children are welcome. Port Salut is open daily from 10 a.m. until late at night. You can enjoy an intimate lunch or dinner at this restaurant before returning to your Torquay holiday cottage.