Head Chef at Steamers Restaurant, Andy Williams The Beautiful Devon Scenery One of the Original Steam Bakery Delivery Vans

About us

Andy Williams has been Head Chef at Steamers since the restaurant first opened 15 years ago and he took the opportunity to buy the lease in October 2007.

Steamers gets its name from the building’s original use as the Steam Bakery in the village. The century-old building was converted into a restaurant by four local businessmen in 2003 and made fully accessible for wheelchair users.

The restaurant hosts the village film club. On a Monday evening every month we transform the main room into a cinema for up to 40 people. The bar is open, and coffee and icecream is served. For more information, visit the Beer Film Society website; www.beerfilmsociety.org.uk.

We hope we have created a friendly, relaxed feel in our restaurant to welcome everyone.

Facilities for Families

We want to provide a happy family dining experience at Steamers. We have a children's menu as well as high chairs, baby-changing facilities, books, toys, puzzles and drawing materials.