Report – Otter Valley Dairy: Tasting event at Ruby Modern Diner

A few weeks ago, Erin from Ruby pinged me an email to let me know about this awesome event that was taking place at Ruby Modern Diner in conjunction with Otter Valley Dairy.  To celebrate the fact that Ruby were now serving Otter Valley Dairy ice cream, they were giving away free samples to those lucky enough to either pass the door or hear about … Continue reading Report – Otter Valley Dairy: Tasting event at Ruby Modern Diner

29th July: Tasting event at Ruby Modern Diner with Otter Valley Dairy!

To celebrate the start of the Summer Holidays RUBY Modern Diner and Otter Valley Dairy have teamed up to offer a one day tasting event. From 10am on Monday 29th July at RUBY Modern Diner on Queen Street, customers will be able to try the delicious range of Otter Valley Ice Cream for FREE! Erin Allgrove, Managing Director at RUBY Modern Diner said: “Otter Valley … Continue reading 29th July: Tasting event at Ruby Modern Diner with Otter Valley Dairy!

Holsworthy Ales Open Nights: Beer n Bangers! next one 27th July!

If anyone fancies a trip to the distant hills of Holsworthy, then this might be worth the trek! HOLSWORTHY ALES and Beer Hill House are holding seven open brewery nights between April and October 2013 on Saturday 27th April Saturday 25th May Saturday 22nd June Saturday 27th July Saturday 31st August Saturday 28th September Saturday 26th October Come and taste the beer and have a look around the … Continue reading Holsworthy Ales Open Nights: Beer n Bangers! next one 27th July!

Best In-Store Cafe: Waitrose Ltd., Gladstone Road, Exeter

I am sad to declare that Marks and Spencer‘s have lost their ‘best in-store cafe in Exeter‘ title that I gave them years ago.  It has been well and truly beaten by Waitrose in Gladstone Road.  Apologies for the bad photos, camera fail. Everytime I go food shopping, I spend most of my time moaning.  First off about the prices about things that were at … Continue reading Best In-Store Cafe: Waitrose Ltd., Gladstone Road, Exeter

The Ash Restaurant, Inverness: A lesson in online reputation management?

20th July 2013 – Scroll down for an update. Willie has Down Syndrome. He likes fish fingers and he can only manage small portions, so tends to have kids meals when he eats out. Alledgedly the Ash Restaurant didn’t want to serve Willie his fish fingers and now this act of supposed blatent discrimination is now the fuel for a social media sh1tstorm that has … Continue reading The Ash Restaurant, Inverness: A lesson in online reputation management?

Brody’s Breakfast Bistro, Queen Street.

EDIT: 1st July 2014 Check http://www.brodysbistro.com for updated cheaper prices… I always worry that Eating Exeter gets a bit unbalanced towards my end of Exeter.  But the urge to write about Brody’s has been with me for months now, ever since I saw the poster and put a post on Eating Exeter counting down the days till it opened, it has been the most popular post … Continue reading Brody’s Breakfast Bistro, Queen Street.

Killerton Kitchen Restaurant, Broadclyst, Exeter (5/5)

It isn’t often that I leave a restaurant, tea-room or any other place that serves cream teas saying how nice the scones were.  In my life, I have spent a happy 32 years in Devon and despite this my exposure to Cream Teas (Cream first…) has been quite minimal.  But Killerton Kitchen, a small tea-room/cafe that sits at the back of Killerton House nr Broadclyst, … Continue reading Killerton Kitchen Restaurant, Broadclyst, Exeter (5/5)