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Primrose Tea Rooms in Teignbridge

8,4

Based on 224 reviews found in 2 websites


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01/03/2020: Heard great things about Mr Biscuits so thought I would go for a Saturday lunch with hubby and our 5yr old and 11 month old. From the outside it didn't look anything special but never judge a book by its cover. Very cool retro gaming theme inside (hubby was definitely amazed by this) and the little play area was great for the young ones. 5yr old had the kids packed lunch, great fresh cheese sandwich which was happily gobbled up (even the crusts). We had the full English breakfast which was perfect, couldn't fault one thing about it and definitely the right sized portion. Staff are very warm, welcoming and friendly, has a real family feel. Will definitely be returning, especially for the lovely brownies.
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Rugglestone Inn

05/02/2020: I think the title of this review says it all. The Rugglestone Inn is really a special place. It has taken a lot of hard work by Vicki and Richard (family/staff) to maintain their high standards whilst ensuring the authenticity, uniqueness and history of the pub isn’t lost. Everyone works so hard and the food is always a hit with us. There are substantial portions alongside a modest selection of wines/ales/ciders etc...
16/02/2020: It must be something like 30 odd years since I last visited Widecombe, driving across the moor the familiar weather started to come in (Devon Mist) I must admit I was ready for lunch. As you come to the brow you see the village below, you wind your way down into the village and turn left following signs we parked in the car park just opposite the Rugglestone Inn. We arrived just after 12 and the pub was already buzzing, the small bar at the front with ale and wine flowing on what was becoming a wet afternoon. We had booked and I’m glad we did, all tables were full (we were tucked up behind the bar in a snug room beside the kitchen). The menus grace the walls in chalk as you walk in, order at the bar - it’s great food, we opted for the fish pie and fish and chips very generous portions and excellent value. It was just the ticket, warm welcome, great choice of wines, ales and soft drinks - coffee was good too according to the table next to us. So if you are in the area I suggest you go - just remember to book, you won’t be disappointed - highly recommend

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