Places to eat and drink in South West England
Shoppers keen on sampling Westcountry foods are able to try and buy a wide range of produce at the Exeter Farmers Market.
Customers visiting the market have the opportunity to buy a delicious range of foods such as cheeses, venison, pork, lamb, beef, chicken, organic fruit & vegetables, chillies, apple juice, fish, chicken, preserves, cakes, bread, pies and much more.
A popular retail outlet for small producers, our lively Farmers Markets feature some of the best, undiscovered food & drink experiences in the country. Meet the Farmers, sample the produce and enjoy a real regional experience!
Plymouth Farmer's Market is a lively and bustling market to visit. Held fortnightly on the second and fourth Saturday of the month it is situated by the Sundial in the City Centre.
Shoppers at the market can expect to find the finest meat, Westcountry cheeses, sausages, organic vegetables and delicious chutney, pasties and pies.
Local producers from a 40-mile radius sell a massive range of food from cheese, fish, honey, cakes and vegetables to meat, game and poultry at this award-winning market. All the produce is grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked or smoked by the stallholders.
The UK’s first regular Slow Food market has become a monthly treat for lovers of real food. Slow Food embraces the theory of good food production.