About The Thatched Cottage
Located inside a historic building dating back to the 16th century, The Thatched Cottage provides a special, fine dining experience in Newton Abbot, and inside the restaurant the traditional decor creates a homely atmosphere and adds to the old fashioned charm. The Thatched Cottage pride themselves on crafting each dish from the best organic, locally-sourced produce. Begin your meal with some savoury white crab meat & crayfish brulee with poppy seed tuille and sweet chilli sauce, or the wild rabbit & roasted butternut squash risotto, before moving on to a mouthwatering main like the roast noisette of lamb with confit potato and roasted Mediterranean vegetables, or roasted black bream fillets with pepper piperade, black olives and rissole potatoes. Situated on Crossley Moor Road in Kingsteignton, The Thatched Cottage draws in foodies from all over with its gourmet British cuisine. Book ahead to guarantee a table!
- Monday Closed
- Tuesday 19:00 - 22:00
- Wednesday 19:00 - 22:00
- Thursday 19:00 - 22:00
- Friday 19:00 - 22:00
- Saturday 19:00 - 22:00
- Sunday 19:00 - 22:00
An excellent meal in a great atmosphere. The family run restaurant is a must visit on our annual trips to Devon. It is fine dining but without pretensions. The service is friendly without being intrusive. The table is yours for the evening and the meal goes at your pace.
As we entered we had a warm and friendly welcome. To start with we had pre-dinner drinks in comfy seating area and looked at the menu. The food was excellent, the service attentive and nothing to much trouble. Overall a very pleasant experience.
Although we booked the restaurant for the 4th January, they had the courtesy to ring us and inform us that the restaurant would not be oen until 6th January
We had a great time in lovely surroundings, excellent service and a superb meal. We certainly recommend. the Thatched Cottage to all who are looking for a special experience.
Staff very pleasant wine very good lovely restaurant but sadly we did not enjoy our meal so much this time felt a little rushed between courses also