Reviews of Boot Inn,
Review by Mr&Mrs.Corrales & Brindle on 18th August, 2007
Add your review Date visited: 14.08.2007
Lovely "fresh" food, well prepared and wonderfuly presented ,with a bonus of free sparkling mineral water, fresh bread rolls and butter, however it was unfortunate that we had to pay an additional £2.50 for extra side dishes. Definitivaly a nice, cosy pub and a worthwile visit if you travaling around the West Devon area. The Corrales family.
Date visited: 14.08.2007
Review by teresa on 31st May, 2007
Add your review Date visited: 30/06/07
really enjoyed the food ,unfortunatly its one of those resteraunts where you have to order chips, veg, and potatoes seperatly so costs alot more the meals were fantastic all local and home made well worth a visit
Date visited: 30/06/07
Review by Hilde Oord on 17th June, 2006
Add your review Date visited: 10th June, 2006
Fantastic pub which specialises in West Country meat, fish and game. Food is seasonal, local, home made. We would love to have a pub with this standard of food down the road in London! It's a buzzy local pub which is unpretentious, lively with a great mix of characters. We had fresh Cornish crab with home made (as everything is, bar the ice cream and the bread rolls) lemon mayo,roast gilt head bream, South Devon sirloin steak with Cornish blue cheese butter with fanastic puds to follow! Hard to pick but ... lemon posset with raspberries, cherry and almond tart. Highly recommended.
Date visited: 10th June, 2006