The Cadeleigh Arms
Feb23

The Cadeleigh Arms

“Cooking should be fun, adventurous and inventive,” says Nicholas Hack, who with fellow chef and partner Tina King is the culinary inspiration behind Crediton’s much loved Il Casita restaurant. Luckily for us Devonians, 18 months ago Nicholas and Tina took over Cadeleigh’s village pub, the Cadeleigh Arms – perched midway between Crediton and Tiverton and surrounded by the rolling hills and valleys of Mid Devon. While Il Casita...

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Kupp, Exeter
Dec22

Kupp, Exeter

As you walk in through the glass frontage of KuPP, tucked just inside Queen Street’s trendy new dining quarter, you’re met with true Scandi style at its best. Minimalist design, colourful touches and warm tones are complemented by Scandi-chic decorations and vintage light bulbs. This all comes together to create, as the Danish would say, hygge (pronounced hu-guh) loosely translating to mean taking pleasure from a cosy ambience. It’s a...

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Giraffe World Kitchen
Sep25

Giraffe World Kitchen

A warm glow invites you as you step inside Giraffe World Kitchen’s enticing frontage and see low hanging orange lights, worldly décor and earthy colours from the booths and tables in the restaurant. A modern, minimalist layout is supported by eye-catching artefacts and combines with instrumental ambient music to add a relaxing feel. Once seated, you’ll feel cosy and calm – something you wouldn’t necessarily expect from a glass-fronted...

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The Cridford Inn, Trusham
Aug30

The Cridford Inn, Trusham

The Cridford Inn, the oldest pub in Devon, and possibly in England is a building steeped in history. Dating back to 825AD, and mentioned in the Domesday Book, it has been in continuous use since, as both a nunnery and a farm before finally becoming the inn that stands before us today. Nestled on the border of the Dartmoor National Park, in the village of Trusham, the Cridford Inn is approached via minor roads with high hedgerows and...

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Board, Exeter
Aug02

Board, Exeter

Board Exeter proudly boasts the accolade of being the South West’s first board game café/bar – a place for young, old and everyone in between to come and enjoy all kinds of games accompanied by signature dishes, freshly made shakes and on-trend craft beers. Easily accessible from the centre of Exeter, Board sits just off the High Street which keeps it in the heart of the city, but tucked just out of the way so as not to be disturbed...

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The City Gate Hotel, Exeter
Jun28

The City Gate Hotel, Exeter

The City Gate has been proudly perched on the corner of Exeter’s iconic Iron Bridge since it first opened in 1778, but despite its longevity, you might not be so familiar with this 18th century pub-hotel. It’s time for that to change. Following an extensive refurbishment by pub-hotel group, Young’s, behind the City Gate Hotel’s unassuming doors now lies a truly beautiful, boutique restaurant and hotel, serving top quality food in a...

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