So famous it gave its name to the district, The World’s End pub, a huge, late-Victorian gin palace, has been transformed into a self-proclaimed ‘innovative culinary concept’ – which translates as a menu of first-rate grilled meat and fish. The handsome interior exudes quality thanks to a mixture of teal, tiles and leather alongside vibrant displays of seafood at the kitchen counter. Sadly, you can’t select ingredients for your meal from here, but we nevertheless enjoyed a delicious dinner. A starter of aubergine, sun-dried tomatoes and goats’ cheese cream overflowed with contrasting flavours, while pink, plump scallops spoke of careful sourcing. Despite side dishes costing extra, main courses (Brixham monkfish, perhaps, or Norfolk chicken breast) represent decent value, and there’s also a succinct menu of burgers for around £10 – including sides of crisp chips and salad. A well-priced range of European wines also makes a trip to the World’s End worthwhile.