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Restaurant is open daytime and evenings serving good quality pizza, burgers, British fayre. The restaurant has some step free tables. Very popular and nice atmosphere.
Transport & Parking
The restaurant is a 5 minute, level walk from Dawlish station. The nearest station is Dawlish train station. There is step free access to platform 2, with trains heading towards Exeter/ London. Platform 1 with trains towards Paignton/ Torquay is accessible via a railway bridge with stairs only. However through Special Assistance they can arrange and accompany you to cross the railway line. I found the special assistance excellent at Dawlish Station. There are step free, local buses that stop close by.
The restaurant is located on the main street, overlooking the park and brook. There are a couple of free standing tables and chairs outside on the pavement. There is step free access into the restaurant and 3 or 4 tables. Then there are further tables up a couple of steps with a handrail. All the tables and chairs are free standing.
I’m sorry I didn’t check out the toilets during my visit. There is a public, radar key, accessible toilet 2 minutes’ walk away.
Both nights I visited the restaurant was busy. However, staff offered a very warm welcome, service was excellent and waitress remembered what I had drank on my previous visit, when she came to take my drinks order.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Dawlish is a lovely sea side resort but there are a limited number of places to eat of an evening. Jack Sprats is deservingly popular but is very busy. I would suggest reserving a table. I visited twice during my visit and have no hesitation about returning next time I'm in Dawlish. Highly recommend.