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The Good Food Guide Restaurant of the Year Competition



Nominations for the esteemed The Good Food Guide Restaurant of the Year Award are now open.

This award recognises culinary excellence and good service at restaurants, pubs and cafes throughout the UK.

Members of the public are invited to nominate their favourite local restaurants.

We would love for you to take two minutes out of your day and vote for us as your restaurant of the year 2012!


Each nomination will be entered into a prize draw to win dinner for two.


Cook like a Pro-Chef: 22 Mill Street Chef's recipe in Food


22 Mill Street chef, offers this recipe to Food Magazine readers for a great seasonal option for Sunday Lunch: Venison and mushroom wellington with red cabbage.

Click here to read the full article on page 26



The Menu Guide


22 Mill Street Restaurant, Browns Hotel and Browns Vibe Catering and all featured in this months 'The Menu Guide'

Click here to read the full article on pages 11 to 13



Devon Life Follows 22 Mill Street Restaurant Devon Chef

With exclusive online content that accompanies what you can discover within Devon Life magazine, the editorial team follow chef John Hooker as he competes in BBC2's The Great British Menu.


Mill Street Restaurant In The Trencherman's Guide South West

The Trencherman's Guide showcases top restaurants in The South West Of England and 22 Mill Street are proud to be featured in their latest update.

See The Trencherman's Guide for full details.

Career Opportunities at 22 Mill Street

Would you like to be part of the 22 Mill Street team? We often have exciting opportunities for a wide range of positions both here and at our sister venue of Browns Hotel, Tavistock.

At this time we are not looking to recruit for 22 Mill Street, Chagford.

A Sense of Place - an exhibition of photographs by Simon Williams

An exhibition by Dartmoor photographer Simon Williams entitled Sense of Place capturing the landscapes, patterns and details of the land features from 5 March in the sparkling contemporary space of the 22 Mill Street restaurant in Chagford.

Through The Mill - Jay Rayner Discovers 22 Mill Street

When the much-admired local chef moved on, the faithful clientele of 22 Mill Street started to panic. But, as Jay Rayner discovers, the good people of Chagford have nothing to fear.


A fabulous short stay
Staying only for one night on a Late Rooms deal we were made to feel both so welcome and so comfortable. The Manager is extremely attentive and settled us quickly into this very homely yet stylish restaurant/hotel.
There are only two bedrooms and we were the only guests but the rooms are plush and contemporary. The decor throughout exudes class and 22 Mill Street clearly does very well on the food...it was too rich for us (£36 for two courses) but if you're planning something special then No.22 would be ideal. My wife and I are going back in August to stay there and also at the sister hotel, Brown's in Tavistock, on a deal organised through them. Brown's is larger and cater's for accommodation far more than Mill Street. The breakfast although very nice, could be more varied. Museli only on the continental option and as others' have stated £12 for a full English is crazy...sometimes you can get ahead of yourself where breakfast is concerned, Tetley tea and Frosties needs to be an option too! Our Late Rooms deal was £69 including the continental breakfast so be aware the prices do vary and I'm sure if you rang direct No.22 would be able to price match.
A fabulous short stay in superb surroundings, the village is quaint with some great pubs (four? to be exact within two minutes walk from No.22) and an ideal romantic get-away. The parking isn't good (on the road outside) but we managed to park easily. As I've said we're already booked to go back in August-I suppose that's recommendation enough...