We had a lovely bowl of porridge and cup of tea to start the day. It was a lovely walk up to the cafe and a great place for a micro brewery!
We really enjoyed eating here - we visited twice in a couple of days! There is a wide choice of meals and a good selection for adults and children. A great alternative place to eat with the environment in mind. Perfect location near to the wildlife park - a treat after visiting! lots of parking nearby too. The staff are... More
We were taken to Ode for lunch by friends who told us it was an "experience". It is probably best described as shabby-chic trendy-ish; they play heavily on their green credentials which apparently make them carbon neutral - like all these things, I think it depends how you count the green points, but good for them for trying. Unfortunately this... More
For those who follow my reviews, a score of 5 is rare indeed. Cafe Ode has a modern outlook, embracing clean, simple yet sophisticated decor with a welcome wood burning stove in the dining area. It accommodates those desiring food that is honest yet uncommon. How about organic sausages with caramelised onions in a bun, or bacon and chilli jam... More
Really delicious and unusual mussel chowder eaten on communal bench inside at this time of year with a wood burning stove for company. The cafe overlooks a huge car park, but beyond the view is great of the reign estuary. Great enthusiastic staff and a good varied menu. They even have dog biscuits for sale individually for our patient dogs.
Stunning location and what I call "real food" i.e. local organic produce you can actually taste. Not just great food but great drinks too - the organic gin and tonics are not to be missed.
many of us eat so much industrially processed fuel it is easy to forget the joy of eating fresh,local and beautifuly prepared food.Cafe Ode provides this in a wonderful setting with minimum use of energy and maximum focus on sustainability. This is a cafe with simple delicious food.Perfect fish and chips,mussels and burgers which are reminder of what a great... More
Cafe ode are now running a masterclass, on Thursdays, in the preparation and cooking of the Mussels from the river Teign. As mussel lover we decided to give it a go. It was great fun and Tom, the chef who cooked for us (and Adrian who demoed bread-making), were lovely. It was great fun, we learned something ...and then we... More
Really can't fault this place. I've been 3 or 4 times now and every time has been excellent. Today I had a pint of organic cider with my meal and it was delicious, I could happily have spent the entire afternoon there!
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