The Oddfellows, situated at the top of Exmouth’s High Street in what used to be The Heavitree, is an independent gastro-pub that has recently opened following the success of their Exeter restaurant of the same name.
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.
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.
Nestled in the beautiful South Devon coastal village of Maidencombe, not far from Newton Abbot, is the stunning family-owned Georgian country house of Orestone Manor.
I’ve never been to a fish and seafood restaurant before, so was very keen to try out the experience when my husband and I headed out to Topsham from Exeter one balmy July evening.
Writing a restaurant review can sometimes be a little tricky if the service, venue or food isn’t up to scratch.
Proudly situated on Cullompton’s High Street and aptly named, The Bakehouse would be known to many of the town’s longstanding residents as a working bakery.
It’s safe to say that Harry’s Restaurant has been on my to-dine list for quite some time now.
Steeped in history inside and out, a visit to the Beacon Vaults is like stepping back in time.
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.
It’s hard to visit Topsham and not notice The Salutation Inn. Its stunning three story façade has stood proudly in the centre of Fore Street since 1720 and since then has witnessed history at its most alive
When looking for a high quality dining experience you’d naturally expect delectable, freshly prepared food, a relaxing atmosphere and a sense of feeling well-looked after.
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.
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.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that the Volunteer Inn was just another quaint, well-kept, small town local from the outside, and you’d be half right.
As a self confessed foodie, Newton Abbot has never really been on my hot list of places to dine, with my last notable dining experience in the town coming from a lovely Italian place that is now long gone.
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.
After a pleasant drive from Exeter out to Sidford, my husband and I arrived at The Salty Monk, which was originally a Salt House used by the Benedictine Monks who traded Salt at Exeter Cathedral!