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Sourcing the Produce

 

Here at 22 Mill Street local sourcing of the finest produce is paramount. Within Dartmoor there is an abundance of local, fresh, premium ingredients that inspires our chef to create seasonal menus that celebrate the best the region has to offer. Varying throughout the year there will always be something new to tempt.


We are lucky to have access to some of the best suppliers right on our doorstep.

Our locally caught fresh fish comes from Flying Fish Seafoods.

Flying Fish Seafoods is proud to supply high quality fish to distinctive restaurants and hotels throughout the South and West of England. Our pledge is simple. We source the finest and freshest fish directly from Cornwall’s best fishermen and deliver it straight to your door.

Here in Cornwall, we are lucky enough to have some of the UK’s richest and most varied fish and shellfish supplies. We source our fish daily from local markets in Looe, Brixham, Newlyn and Plymouth, as well as speciality products from Scotland and Rungis market in Paris. Our overnight delivery service means we can offer some of the freshest produce available in today’s market.

Flying Fish is absolutely committed to quality. We strive to provide our customers with the finest fish and shellfish Cornwall has to offer, sustainably sourced and expertly selected.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Forest produce supplies the best ingredients available today for those whose reputations rely on uncompromising standards, quality and reliability. The first consideration of all good chefs is the ingredients. Get those right and your fundamentals are secured.

That’s where Forest Produce comes in. Having spent the past 10 years supplying specialist ingredients to chefs all over the country,Company Director Tony Quick decided that the only way to make sure the job was done to the standards demanded from top chefs was to do it himself, so in January 2003, after only 2 months planning, Forest Produce did its first delivery. Now after six years successful trading, we have more experience and products to offer.

Forest Produce has built a reputation for supplying top class ingredients, from fresh truffles, caviar and Foie gras to simple things like fresh herbs and salad leaves, delivered 5 days a week in our own refrigerated vans. Tony worked as a chef and understands what a high-pressure industry it is.

Having your ingredients delivered when you need them without compromise is priceless to a chef, and Forest Produce prides itself in being able to do this. Food fashions change so often with new things turning up on a weekly basis.

For more information please visit www.forestproduce.com

 

 

 

22 Mill Street has the privilege of receiving the best meat supplies from our local traditional family butchers enterprise - A.L. Martin and son butchers. Whilst all our suppliers are locally sourced, Mr Martin's Butcher shop is near enough on our doorstop – certainly reassuring that the ease of accessibility dismisses any problems with fresh deliveries!

With over 60 years of experience as high class butchers, through 4 generations, this family has used its first class knowledge and expertise of the local traditional meats, to bring you an ever expanding selection of quality produce.

Andy and his brother Phil source their traditional Dartmoor meat  from farmers they know and have dealt with personally, in some cases for over 30 years. They believe that supporting our local farmers yields a better product whilst maintaining competitive prices.

It is one of the few places to find proper beef dripping, along with home cured and smoked bacon, gammon and hams, and home-made hog’s pudding using an old family recipe, which Andy proudly says takes a day to make.

Whilst staying at 22 Mill Street, why not pop in and see what delights Mr Martin and the boys have to offer or see http://www.almartinandson.co.uk/ for more details.

 

 

 

The Moorland Dairy is, as you would expect, a shop which concentrates on selling local dairy produce – and a few other lines besides. You can find local milk and cream supplied by the dairy farm, cream and ice cream from Devonshire Farmhouse Ice Cream which is based just outside the town and wonderful traditional Devon clotted cream.

The have an extensive range of Westcountry cheeses and are never short of an apt description or a small taste to help you to decide which ones to choose!

Other goodies include local honey, eggs and a wide range of Westcountry preserves, chutneys and relishes.

 

For more information call 01647 432 479

 

 

 

 

 

 

Charles Steevenson established Charles Steevenson Wines in 1983. As a totally independent and traditional wine merchant, Charles prides himself on his eclectic and diverse range of wines, which must all meet his exacting standards of excellence before they earn a place on his current list.

The company has grown and is now one of the South-West of England's well known independent wine merchants. Their philosophy is simple. Tip-top wines and spirits supported by tip-top service. Their principal business is with some of the finest independent hotels, restaurants and pubs in the southwest of England but they also see an ever-increasing number of private customers.

With a great array of wines from every corner of the globe, the business operates from Tavistock, his retail business being the Wine Warehouse, an Aladdin’s cave for the connoisseur and everyday wine imbiber alike.

To find out more visit www.steevensonwines.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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...