We serve bar snacks from 10.00am till 6pm (excluding Sunday) and a full menu from 12.30pm - 2.15pm and again from 6.30pm - 9.15pm every day.
We are the Taste of the West's "South West Dining Pub of the Year 2011/2" (awarded November 2011) and beat some of the best known pubs in the whole of the south west. We also won Visit Devon's "Taste of Devon" award -equal with Gidleigh Park. These awards recognise the exceptional quality of our food, our quality led approach and our passion for provenance. At the same time we are not a restaurant dressed up as a pub, we are a real community pub. Menus are short but emphasise flavour and use only the best ingredients; whenever possible we endeavour to use local or homegrown produce. We have a very small kitchen (and not many tables) so we ask that you always book if you possibly can.
We are in the Good Beer Guide 2013 (and the Good Pub Guide, AA Good Pub Guide and Alastair Sawdays Special Places Inns & Hotels guide). We are extremely careful that our real ale is always perfect and fresh, we rarely offer more than five cask ales at a time but we also rarely offer less than four ales so you get a good balance between quality and variety.
'Real' Coffees - come and relax in front of the fire with the papers and a delicious cup of freshly ground coffee. Cappuccino, Americano, Latte, Espresso or decaf. All our coffee is ethically sourced. We also have a large range of fruit and other fine teas.
Cocktails ? Yeahp although we're a lovely old village pub when we have time we can do an occasional Espresso Martini, Jamaican Mule or Bloody Mary - 3 drinks that sum up all you can ask of a cocktail. We can make other cocktails to order - be patient if we are busy - this is supposed to be a country pub !
Lamb Inn regulars are aware that our wine offering is better quality than most pubs but at a cheaper price! House wines that are around fourteen pounds a bottle have been seen in the premium wine list of other establishments at £24 a bottle ! Of course we sell more expensive wines as well but we have a smaller mark-up on them. The landlord would like to charge more for everything but he also doesn't see why wine drinkers should subsidise beer drinkers and that's why our wines and our beers are reasonable.
PLEASE note we do NOT have a car park but parking is available a mere 221 metres from us at the Parish Hall. We ask you to please be considerate of our friends & neighbours if parking in the Square. Very large tractors and milk tankers require a large turning circle and pass through the square around 10pm and during the day so please allow plenty of space for them to get through. THANK YOU SO MUCH.