DFM

Devon Food Movement

hyper-local, hyper-seasonal and
untamed food

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Who

Devon Food Movement

is a collaborative pop-up restaurant concept set up by former

Michelin star development chef Luke Fearon. Our company aim is to celebrate Devon’s unique and world class produce through a series of temporary dining experiences, where we link talented local chefs, producers and food heroes with restaurants, farms or unique locations throughout Devon

(and sometimes a little beyond).



At all these events we produce and serve small plated set menus to allow diners to explore a true taste of each location at any given time within the season. The premise for most Devon Food Movement events is the ‘five-mile food’ challenge. This is where collaborators are challenged to find as many prime ingredients from within a five-mile radius of the event location to feature on our menus. This keeps us hyper-local, hyper-seasonal and untamed in our approach to what we believe fine Devon food is all about.



Devon was shaped by our Anglo-Saxon heritage. Throughout this web page and on much of the text at our events we translate our key words into Anglo-Saxon runes as a nod to our history and counties identity.



During Roman rule Devon, as we know it today, was a part of the kingdom of Demonia. When the Anglo-Saxons invaded they split up the kingdom into sub-kingdoms (or shires) this is when Devonshire was born. Many of our rich agricultural and fishing rituals have deep history in this period. However the Anglo-Saxons didn’t venture as far as the Cornish Celts because of the uncivilised way in which they used to put jam on scones before cream….Sorry Cornwall you could have been Cornwallshire.



Check our Events section to see when we will be showcasing our heritage near you.



portrait of devon food movement founder and chef Luke Fearon

Devon Food Movement founder Luke Fearon.



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Events

17th & 18th January 2019 – The Lamb at Longdown

One of our First ever pop-up venues this will be our fourth consecutive season and collaboration between The Lamb @ Longdown and Devon food Movement. Head Chef Dalton Lodge and our own founding chef Luke Fearon will go head to head to showcase the very best of the area and season. 7pm start. £40 food ticket to include a wild cocktail and at least 6 plates of hyper-local, untamed Devon food. Booking is essential and all enquires should be directed to the team on 01392 811100 or info@devonfoodmovement.com

25th January 2018 – Bearslake Inn

A beautiful thatched Dartmoor inn steeped in heritage will be the perfect backdrop for our second collaboration in Winter. We will be produce a 6 + course journey menu designed to showcase the very best local and seasonal food on offer. Food tickets will be £35ph and booking is essential. All bookings to be directed to enquiries@bearslakeinn.com or 01837 861334

29th January 2019 – Jacka Bakery, Plymouth

This will see the #devonfoodmovement return to cook alongside the team at Jacka for yet another season. Always an extremely popular venue, boasting an intimate 12 covers this is a real chance to interact with the chefs and feel the foodie vibes coming from the open kitchen/restaurant layout. Expect to eat a multitude of local food from within five miles of Plymouth City. 7pm start and this event is Bring Your Own booze with no corkage charged. £40 food ticket. Bookings should be directed to info@devonfoodmovement.com or 01752 837247

30th January 2019 – Jacka Bakery, Plymouth

This will see the #devonfoodmovement return to cook alongside the team at Jacka for yet another season. Always an extremely popular venue, boasting an intimate 12 covers this is a real chance to interact with the chefs and feel the foodie vibes coming from the open kitchen/restaurant layout. Expect to eat a multitude of local food from within five miles of Plymouth City. 7pm start and this event is Bring Your Own booze with no corkage charged. £40 food ticket. Bookings should be directed to info@devonfoodmovement.com or 01752 837247

1st February 2019 – The Night Jar, Aylesbeare

A return for Winter after our record breaking, sell out, Summer and Autumn events will see another collaboration between The Night Jar Inn and Devon Food Movement featuring Head Chef Alex Gibbs and our own founding chef Luke Fearon. Such a rich area with I diverse food offering so expect a multi-course menu full of foodie goodies. 7pm start and food ticket only £49.50l. Booking essential so contact the team directly on 01395 232277

8th February 2019 – Salcombe Harbour Hotel

We are coming to Salcombe... We have joined forces with the team from Salcombe Harbour Hotel & Spa to bring a Winter collaboration of hyper-local, untamed Devon food. Head Chef, Jamie Gulliford and our own founding chef, Luke Fearon will be producing a journey menu, designed to explore the local ingredients, artisan producers and landscape through a multi-course dining experience. This is the first time the DFM has brought our five-mile food pop-up restaurant to the area and with such a wealth of produce here we are very much looking forward to this event. Food tickets will cost £40 and spaces will be limited. Booking is essential so please contact the team on salcombe.events@harbourhotels.co.uk or call 01548 845081 and speak to one of the team.

22nd February 2019 – The Globe Inn, Beaford

Another popular event site. and one of the first we ever visited, this will be the forth consecutive season and collaboration between The Globe Inn and Devon food Movement. The Globe Inn has grown a big local following and reputation for their diverse range of beers and cider but pairing that with our local take on fine Devon Food then you can begin to imagine just why it is one of our favourite venues to pop-up. Expect 6 courses of hyper-local, untamed Devon food...more details to follow shortly. Bookings should be directed to info@globeinnpub.co.uk

23rd February 2019 – The Globe Inn, Beaford

Another popular event site. and one of the first we ever visited, this will be the forth consecutive season and collaboration between The Globe Inn and Devon food Movement. The Globe Inn has grown a big local following and reputation for their diverse range of beers and cider but pairing that with our local take on fine Devon Food then you can begin to imagine just why it is one of our favourite venues to pop-up. Expect 6 courses of hyper-local, untamed Devon food...more details to follow shortly. Bookings should be directed to info@globeinnpub.co.uk

28th February 2019 – The Salty Monk, Sidmouth

A new Winter venue for the #devonfoodmovement team but one with a cracking reputation in Devon. We are pleased to announce that we will be collaboration with the team at The Salty Monk to bring an evening of hyper-local food to town. This evening event will see the two teams combine to produce a journey menu designed to showcase local, Devon produce. Expect 6+ courses of food and more details to follow shortly.

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