The Horn of Plenty has been offering a fine dining experience in Devon for more than 50 years. The restaurant focuses on fresh, local and seasonal produce, and the views are exceptional.
Where is The Horn of Plenty located?
Located high above the Tamar Valley, overlooking the Devon/Cornwall border, The Horn of Plenty is ideally placed to visit most of the South West's gardens, country houses and beaches. Tavistock is 5 minutes' drive away, and the wilds of Dartmoor are just a 10 minute drive.
What cuisine is on offer at The Horn of Plenty?
This fine-dining restaurant specialises in modern British and French dishes. The chefs are happy to tailor dishes in line with any dietary requirements. For a special treat, why not opt for the 6-course signature tasting menu?
What is the signature dish at The Horn of Plenty?
A typical summer menu might include Brixham crab with cucumber and fennel, with a main course of Creedy Carver duck breast with celeriac and shallots. A signature dessert is "banoffee": banana parfait, dulce de leche and white apple textures.
What makes a meal at The Horn of Plenty unique?
The perfect venue for a special celebration or just a memorable meal, The Horn of Plenty offers the best of Devon's fine dining, with everything beautifully presented and served in stunning surroundings overlooking the Tamar Valley.
90% of the produce used in the restaurant is sourced from the South West.
Dietary needs are always well catered for, please just advise when you book.