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  • Rockfish, Exeter Quay

    Muddy dashes down to Exeter Quay and falls hook, line and sinker for Mitch Tonk's new Rockfish seafood restaurant 

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    Church Lane, Tavistock

    Hello, handsome! Muddy popped in to this brand new, Mediterranean-inspired restaurant, for a combo of cocktails and ice cream. It's going to be good, this one.

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    The Fig Tree @ 36

    Muddy celebrates at this super-welcoming restaurant moments from Plymouth's waterfront.

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    Muddy Hearts Harry’s

    If Mr Muddy could've dreamt up his ideal nosh destination, it would be this Exeter institution.

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    The Devon Food Movement

    Heard of the hashtag #fivemilefood? I thought I'd check it out. A new pub and a new venture? Super-glad I did!

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    Reviewed: Hotel Endsleigh

    A majestic Grade I historic house in the Tamar Valley, set deep within 100 acres of mystical Humphry Repton gardens. Spielberg, I've scouted out your next film location!

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    Eat & Stay: Kentisbury Grange

    Want a chic, romantic escape that's totally off the beaten track, with menu's created by a Michelin starred chef? Don't want much, do you? Pack your bag, we're heading to the fringes of Exmoor.

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    Muddy’s Michelin Feast

    Dine and snooze with Thomas Carr @ The Olive Room in the heart of Ilfracombe. Like we did...

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    4 Plymouth Pitstops

    Eaten in and around Drake Circus lately? Funnily enough, I have and I've lots to tell you.

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    The Barbican Kitchen

    This fab Plymouth restaurant, in a world-famous gin distillery (*hello!*) has serious staying power.

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