The Drewe Arms, Broadhembury, Honiton, Devon
On the corner in the middle of the picture postcard village of Broadhembury in Devon is The Drewe Arms, and what a lovely little find this is if you haven’t been before. The building is medieval, so expect stacks of historic character – the big old front door for a start, and then the centuries old beams and the open fireplaces, crackling nicely to keep you warm on colder days.
If you’re here for lunch or supper, wear something lose fitting and treat yourself to three courses; start with Venison and chicken liver medallion terrine or Smoked haddock fishcake, move onto mains of Otter beer battered hake and chunky chips or Steak and ale puff pastry pie, and finish off with Pear and almond tart or the Drewe Arms chocolate brownie. If you fancy something lighter ask for the lunchtime Ciabatta menu. It all good, very good so don’t be afraid to tuck in.
If the weather’s nice you should get a glass of something nice and cold and go and sit in the garden where bees and butterflies flit among the flowers and the backdrop is of the church tower.
Children are welcome as long as they’re well behaved and the same applies to dogs.
Check the website for the latest opening times
T: 01404 841267 All information correct at the time of writing