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Victoria Inn, Salcombe - pub details

Victoria Inn
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Address: Fore Street, Salcombe, Devon, TQ8 8BU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13954) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 25 users)
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5 most recent reviews of 25 shown - see all reviews

Decent pub with a deceptively large beer garden to while away the hours in the sunshine. Unfortunately we only had time to stay for one but I could've easily stayed longer.

Didn't have food but it looked good as it went past to other tables. Also, the main bar looked loke a proper pub bar, so although they may have a focus on food - and who can blame them - there were plenty of people sitting around just having a light ale when we were there. I liked the atmosphere in there, relaxed, but helpful and friendly staff.

Gets a decent 7/10 from me.
Keef_Peacock - 30 Aug 2013 20:14
Decent seaside ye olde type pub, st Austell ales only, so ale choice a bit tiring. Busy and food focused and so behind the pub like style lies a restaurant. For a quite pint with an ale choice to elsewhere, for a friendly restaurant with some pub charm enter.

Kids play area is ace I.e not broken and easy to watch the nippers whilst nursing a boring pint of St. austell
parmantom - 6 Oct 2012 17:31
An attractive pub in the heart of Salcombe, it offers extensive, terraced gardens and a pleasant ambience although there does seem to be quite an emphasis on food to the detriment of punters who may just want a pint.

The main bar at the front has some attractive giant flagstones on the floor, mustard colour paintwork and dark red/maroon wood panelling on the lower part of the walls. There was a brick fire-place at each end, one with black painted bricks, and each containing a wood burning stove. A number of black beans on the ceiling and a couple of red leather sofaís completed the cosy feel and there were various nautical pictures on the wall as well as other nautical artefacts such as a shipís lantern and wheel. A small bar off to the right was perhaps slightly less food focused, but there were still a number of people eating here. There was also a separate dining room off to the left.

The gardens at the back are on three levels and extend back a considerable distance, much further than would be expected from looking at the front of the pub and the topmost level offers glimpses of the sea. There is also a kidís climbing frame. The menu was extensive and most of the mains were priced at around the £10 - £12 mark. There was also a fish specials board. We had Beer battered cod with chips, minted mushy peas and homemade tartare sauce and a Double baked pork belly, both of which were very good. Staff were helpful and friendly.

Beers on tap were all from St. Austellís, with their Trelawney, Proper Job, Tribute and Dartmoor Best. Ciders were Strongbow and Cornish Rattler, along with a couple of other Rattler derivatives such as pear and berry.
Blackthorn - 27 Jul 2012 12:20
Cosey pub with an open fire and a good selection of ales. St Austell Tribute and Proper Job were both excellent. Good food and friendly bar staff. Wednesday night quiz was a bonus.
CBiggins - 7 Jan 2012 16:55
Very nice pub with a lovely beer garden. Only critism is today when the 'specials' board was offered i had to comment to the waitress that there was no vegetarian selection available and said she should tell the chef to look at this. I see there was only two vegetarian options besides a sandwich on the main menu.
sheila2 - 2 May 2011 22:47

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