If you like food, you'll love Exmoor. Our landscape is both breath-taking and bountiful, offering oysters from the sea, venison from the moors, and Red Ruby Devon beef and local lamb, pork and chicken from our rich farmland. We have plump asparagus, tart whortleberries and blueberries bursting with flavour, honey made from Exmoor heather, cider from Somerset apples and rich milk and cream perfect for ice-cream, clotted cream and tasty cheeses.
Fancy a refreshing drink? Walk down Porlock High Street and you might smell the enticing aroma of roasting coffee beans from Miles. Or pop into a local hostelry and ask for a Wicked Wolf or Northmoor Gin, a locally pressed cider, or perhaps a golden Exmoor Ale.
Both here and in our new Eat Exmoor guide, we are delighted to showcase the very best Exmoor food and drink. From producers and growers to foodie experiences, events, courses and places to tempt your tastebuds, you'll find a commitment and passion for all things local.
We hope you find what you are looking for. If you've had a great Exmoor experience do let us know and use the hashtag #EatExmoor on social media so we can all share the deliciousness.
The Eat Exmoor 2020-2021 publication is now available to download here. Included in this guide is a useful Exmoor Food Map showing the locations of all our wonderful eateries and producers.
Click here to see the Producers Booklet from the joint Visit Exmoor/Visit Somerset November 2019 event.
Real ale can be found in abundance across Exmoor! To help your real ale discovery, please see the Exmoor Pubs & Bars Map created by the Somerset and North Devon CAMRA branches.