http://www.harrys-exeter.co.uk 01392 202234
86 Longbrook Street
Harrys Restaurant is an interesting red-brick oddity on Longbrook Street. Named after Harry Hems, a master carver who occupied the premises following its design and construction by the architect Robert Medley Fulford in 1882. The whole restaurant is very much a family affair, with the third generation of the Pounds family working for the business.
The website says
“Quality, tasty food at affordable prices; a varied menu with something for everyone and a relaxed, fun, friendly environment for staff and customers. Harry’s uses locally sourced produce wherever possible and coming from a farming background, Sam ensures that Harry’s meat comes from farms with high standards of animal welfare.”