Village pub offering carefully crafted food, real ales, good wines and a friendly welcome
Good Pub Guide Recommended
The food cooked by 2012 MasterChef winner Anton Piotrowski is so delicious that most customers come to this little village pub to eat. But there's a bar area used by locals for a pint and a chat, which keeps the atmosphere nicely informal. This little room has stools against the counter, simple wooden dining chairs and tables, a built-in cushioned window seat and a woodburning stove in a stone fireplace with shelves of cookery and guidebooks piled up on either side. Dartmoor Jail Ale and Hanlon Yellowhammer on handpump, several good wines by the glass from a list with helpful notes, 20 malt whiskies and local cider served by friendly, competent staff. Off to the right is the dining room with another woodburning stove, old glass and stone bottles on the mantelpiece and captain's and wheelback chairs around rustic tables; there's another carpeted dining room upstairs. The sunny front terrace has seats and tables.
Good Pub Guide Food
Beautifully presented food using first class local, seasonal produce includes bar nibbles such as black pudding scotch egg, venison cigars and wild mushrooms on toast with an egg - also chilli, soy and mirin-glazed gurnard with marmite and parsnip purée and chilli-glazed cauliflower stem, slow-braised oxtail with pickled apple, quail egg yolk and truffle mash, local chicken bargain bucket with barbecue beans, honey and soy breast, coleslaw and chicken oyster salad, white wine-battered haddock with chip shop treats, and puddings such as chocolate caramel centre with banana parfait, banana chips and caramelised banana and yorkshire forced rhubarb with frangipane, custard and rhubarb sorbet.
Anton & Clare Piotrowski
What They Say
The Treby Arms is a newly refurbished freehouse gastro-pub under new management. The Treby has continued its success as a village pub for many years, attracting people from far and wide.
The new head chef and Director Anton Piotrowski has seen to it that only locally sourced goods are used to create the unique, fine dining experience that the Treby has to offer. Alongside his menu all the beers served within the Treby are also locally produced and are of popular demand.
A calm, warm, relaxing environment awaits you here at the Treby whether it be a quiet meal for two or a special occasion to celebrate.
We look forward to meeting you all soon.
Tue - Fri lunch,
2 courses £11.95 or
3 courses £14.95 (served 12-2pm).
Traditional Sunday lunch
3 courses for £18 - Not to be missed.
No food served on Mondays.
Good Pub Guide Information
in: Dogs Bar