The Victoria is in prime position on the seafront in this picturesque Devon village. The young staff are bright, friendly and welcoming for lunchtime visitors with children and dogs; we had both.
This is traditional no frills pub food. Two of the humans enjoyed a Cornish pasty which would have passed scrutiny in the neighbouring county and two of us chose the soup of the day which was served with chunks of rustic granary bread. The dog was very happy with the pg's ear off the 'A la Bark' menu and with the free treats offered by the staff in exchange for a well presented paw or two.
Being a good country pub, there was a full range of beer and cider on offer, including exotically named local brews which would have been good to explore if we hadn't been driving through the perilous South Hams lanes.
The only negative is that parking can be a nightmare. We found the last space in the car park opposite the pub but our daughter was in orbit around the village for several minutes before finding a space and arrived at The Victoria unusually stressed. Hard to imagine how it is in the height of summer.
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