Taste of Success as Prince Hall Hotel receives awards
The Prince Hall Hotel near Princetown on the B3357 is celebrating the sweet taste of success having been awarded Best Fine Dining Restaurant in the South West 2015 by Food and Drink Devon, this adds another award to the Gold Taste of the West Award and the Trencherman's "Best Dine & Stay Hotel in the South West" shorlisting all for 2015.
A regular recipient of rave reviews from guests, the hotel’s restaurant is served by a team of just three in the kitchen, headed by owner, Chris Daly, and his team.
The daily changing, seasonal menu is created using local food, with ingredients either home grown, home reared or scrupulously sourced. From Brixham supplied fish to Dartmoor meats, Princetown ales, Norcotts Ciders, Organic and Sharpham wines, the offering reflects the team’s love of West Country fayre.
We’re surrounded by such amazing produce and we try to create a menu that reflects this. We work incredibly hard to ensure that everything that comes out of the kitchen, from the cooked breakfast to the cream teas or 3 course dinners are of the same high level, and it’s a huge accolade to receive this recognition for our efforts.”
The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner to non-residents. Light lunches such as Devon Oke Cheese Ploughman's with artisan bread start at £10.95 or a warming bowl of home made soup for £6.95; two course dinners cost from £39.50 or £47.50 for three courses, both options including canapés and a pre starter. Afternoon tea is served daily from 3pm.
Taste of the West is the largest independent regional food group in the UK. The annual Taste of the West Awards promotes the very best in the South West food and drink industry.
The valued Food & Drink Devon Awards celebrate the very best Devon has to offer by recognising our most respected and influential artisan food and drink producers and establishments The Awards cover food production, preparation, retailing, cooking and service.