�Serving well-priced modern British food with an emphasis on fresh, local produce, Taylor's Restaurant has something for everyone. Situated in one of Tavistock's oldest buildings, it has three distinct dining areas. These include the lively kitchen gallery on the ground floor - displaying local artwork coordinated by Ian Heard - and the romantic, beautifully lit, oak-beamed Long Room upstairs which boasts panoramic views of the viaduct. The King's Room, where it is believed King Charles I stayed in 1643, overlooks market street and is ideal for private dining. The menu balances the best of seasonal produce, and this is re flected in the drinks list, which features local ales, ciders and wines from Devon and Cornwall.