My Jurassic Coast is a big fan of Jonny Does Dinner. In fact, whatever Jonny Does…it is always good.
New website, new look and new venues for those delicious and stylish pop up suppers.
Check out http://www.jonnydoesdinner.com.
The polytunnel is the one for me.
Tried to come to the Crab House Cafe before but I was so badly organised ie. it was totally booked and for some strange reason I seem to think that no booking would be required. But it is soooo good that booking is of course essential. Read more
Cute new cafe in Lyme near the Town Mill Bakery, its all veggie but they don’t make a song and dance of it…specials every day and delicious cakes/desserts too. Great value and a very nice wine selection too. Read more
So I have to admit that I didn’t go on this trip…am going in a few weeks so can update accordingly but thought best to be prompt with this post as the floating barge cafe on the river Exe only has a short season. Read more
Put the following 4 things together and what do you get? : invite from 2 of my most entertaining friends, delicious supper , amazing (secret) location, good company known and unknown. A GREAT TIME. Read more
Fabulous Jonny (ex Groucho/Hix) is the heart and soul of this weekend long supper club.
Picture perfect house, big windows and a vast deck looking out to sea. In clement weather dine out under the stars..
Sleepy Otterton lies about 1 mile inland along the River Otter from Budleigh Salterton, the very beautiful seaside town towards the end of the Jurassic Coast. The Mill is the hub of the village and is enterprising in every way. There is a great cafe/restaurant, a working mill , large gift shop and cook shop, bakery and deli/food store. They also run events from time to time and often promote local arts and crafts. The gardens along the river have a selection of outside sculptures that include a brilliant turf sofa complete with remote control which seems to only show the channel running idyllic riverside views. Read more
Stick East in Exmouth and all will be well. Miles of sand and at low tide the most Cornish of beaches appears; rock pools and fresh sand with not a soul in sight but with a steep cliff of rich red Devon earth.
There is a great walk up the cliff to The Geoneedle either via path from the road or via a beautiful rusted ladder from the beach only exposed at low tide, it must have many an aquatic tale to tell. Read more