Tropical inspired styling surrounds a tiki-themed, intimate seating area, lit up by neon signage and quirky artefacts to satisfy curious eyes
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Let me set the scene. Beautiful, rolling Devon countryside glistening in the sun; the sound of laughter and conversation complemented by birdsong in the surrounding trees; and nestled amongst them, possibly the oldest public house in the county.
Writing a restaurant review can sometimes be a little tricky if the service, venue or food isn’t up to scratch.
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What first struck me when we arrived at Lloyds Kitchen on Saturday night was the contrast between the quiet high street and the busy, lively restaurant on Catherine’s Street.
The Cridford Inn, the oldest pub in Devon, and possibly in England is a building steeped in history.
The buzz in Bill’s on Gandy Street starts first thing in the morning when it opens for breakfast at 8am – it’s clearly a favourite among city workers meeting clients before the work day begins.
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.
Hidden in the corner of Exeter’s Cathedral Green is the unassuming Al Farid – a Moroccan/Lebanese infusion restaurant, offering a dining experience that is both authentic and unique
Lively yet relaxed, informal yet chic, Polpo, the final restaurant to arrive at Exeter’s new Queen Street dining quarter, has created an experience that is charmingly humble with a modest elegance that greets you before you even step through the door.
Venturing out into the cold on a February evening is not something my wife and I would normally choose to do, preferring to stay at home with a plate of ham, egg and chips to watch the latest episode of Silent Witness.
I love eating out and enjoy discovering new and exciting places in which to dine, so when we were invited to try Circa 1924, I was more than ready for the challenge.
There’s a revolution happening in Exeter. Quite literally – as Exeter welcomes this fun cocktail, drinks and food-led bar/restaurant chain to the corner of Queen Street and Gandy Street
Welcome to the proving ground for Devon’s next generation of chefs, restaurateurs, and front of house staff
Exeter’s Las Iguanas really does have the most energising atmosphere. The upbeat Latin music sets the tone for this funky restaurant with vibrant décor and friendly, accommodating staff.
A warm welcome awaits at Il Grano – Exeter’s new family-run Italian restaurant with a big heart
Perfectly imperfect. That’s how Wabi Sabi Bay, the latest independent restaurant to arrive on the waterside of Exeter’s canal basin, describes both their food and ambience in-line with the philosophy behind the restaurant name
Meet the new Exeter restaurant on the scene that’s redefining chicken as you know it.
Nothing quite beats a relaxed Sunday lunch to help me unwind from the stresses of the week and to enjoy quality time as a family.
Street food is as much a social endeavour as it is a journey through cuisines of the world
One thing Exeter doesn’t lack is a wide variety of places to eat. From national chain restaurants to independent cafes the city is never short of somewhere nice, new and interesting to satisfy your appetite.
Now in its 23rd year, The Jack in the Green is rated as one of the Top 50 gastropubs in the UK the pub is something of a local landmark on the local food scene
The instant curb appeal of this unusual and quirky restaurant sat on Exeter’s south street immediately got us excited as we made our way down the hill to the restaurant front.
It’s safe to say that Harry’s Restaurant has been on my to-dine list for quite some time now.
There are few foods as iconic as the Hamburger. An American staple, the humble beef in a bun has, over the last few years, become something more than this, offering diners the chance to experience a wide selection of different tastes and toppings.
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.
Pink Moon Cafe confidently captures those looking to enjoy good food while hanging out with friends, on a date-night or anyone that just wants to soak up a lively setting
I have never had tapas in a restaurant before, so it was with some excitement and trepidation that my husband and I and four of our friends ventured out to Forn one Friday night.
One Magazine’s Jake Tucker makes his first visit to Exeter’s exclusive new dining quarter for a slice of rustic meets sleek at Queen Street’s pizza, pie and cider house.
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.
When we first saw The Terrace arriving on the scene as part of Exeter’s latest dining quarter it aimed itself more towards providing a place for the younger people to enjoy the city’s nightlife.