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Cherub Inn
13 Higher Street
Dartmouth
Devon

TQ6 9RB | View map
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The Cherub dates from 1380 and still retains many of its original features, including some old ships' timbers, and its original use is thought to have been as a Merchant's House. It is the oldest building in Dartmouth possibly the oldest "town house" in the South Hams and is a Grade 2* Listed Building, a category reserved for the most interesting of smaller buildings.

The Cherub Inn offers an extensive menu, from lunch time light snacks and bar snacks to a la carte meals in our restaurant. The Cherub has two restaurants seating a total of 32. The main restaurant is immediately above the bar on the same level as the galley style kitchen, and has seating for 20 on seven tables.

The Cherub Inn is located in the heart of picturesque Dartmouth. It has an extensive menu and an excellent selection of fine ales

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Sample Menu:

Starters

SEAFOOD CHOWDER 5.95

chunky soup of Atlantic clams and local mussels cooked with potatoes, fresh vegetables, thyme, white wine and cream.
STILTON, CARAMELISED PEAR AND WALNUTS 5.25

served on a watercress, spinach and rocket salad, croutons and cranberry dressing.
SLICES OF FINE DARTMOUTH SMOKEHOUSE SALMON 6.95

with a rhubarb and gooseberry chutney.
PAN FRIED CHICKEN LIVERS 5.95

flamed with brandy, garlic and Devon cream, served on granary toast.
DUCK CONFIT 6.25

warm preserved duckling with a homemade Victoria plum dipping sauce and mixed leaf salad.
DARTMOUTH CRAB STACK 6.95

seasoned crabmeat with a rocket and sundried tomato garnish.
CHERUB SMOKIE, POACHED HADDOCK 6.95

CHERUB SMOKIE, POACHED HADDOCK
LOCAL MUSSELS 6.95

opened in a choice of sauce either Mariniere (cream, garlic, white wine and parsley) or Indian (mild curry, coconut milk and chopped coriander).
PAN FRIED SCALLOPS 6.95

in a lemon and rosemary butter, black pudding and west country ham fritter.

Main Course

EXMOOR VENISON STEAK 15.95

in a sauce of marinated cherries, parsnip puree and thick cut game chips.
CORNFED SUPREME OF CHICKEN 12.95

with Sharpham brie stuffing, white grapes and cracked black pepper vermouth vecoute.
HOMEMADE STEAK AND KIDNEY PUDDING 12.95

tender Devon beef and ox kidney cooked in rich Guinness gravy and glazed baby onions.
PAN FRIED LAMBS LIVER 9.95

Norfolk mustard mash, smoked crispy bacon and brown onion sauce.
SEARED AND ROASTED DUCKLING BREAST 15.45

with a blackcurrent and fried cox apple sauce served atop bulb fennel and savoy cabbage.
TRIO OF POOLE FARM SAUSAGES 9.95

pork and apricot, smoked hickory and pork and honey on a bed of bubble and squeak with leek gravy.
SALMON FILLET 12.95

poached in Cherub beer and white wine with horseradish, butter sauce and king prawn garnish.
DEVON LAMB SHANK 13.95

braised with orange and redcurrants, honey, roasted garlic cloves reduced sauce.
GRIDDLED PORK LOIN CHOPS 11.95

finished in a Somerset cider and chestnut mushroom cream sauce.

Vegetarian Dishes

FRIED MUSHROOM AND MADIERA WELLINGTON 9.95

vegetarian jus and gratin potatoes.
SPINACH, CHERRY TOMATO AND MOZZARELLA 9.95

encased in vegetarian suet crust with roasted tomato coulis.

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