Hub-Box Exeter, Sidwell Street.

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If you like your burgers, ribs and dogs to be mouth watering, creative, fresh and full of flavour, then Exeter’s newest pop-up food destination will be just or you.
Hub-Box has arrived in the city – a unique food venue – think specially created and fully customised shipping container housed in the heart of a transformed city centre building which it’s creators – talented chef Alex Towill and award-winning restaurateur Richard Boon – say, aims to mix great food and drink with urban styling.
The menu combines American classics – which Alex fell in love with whilst working and living in New York – with the very best ingredients that the South West has to offer.
The menu includes a range of home-made burgers, gourmet hot-dogs, pulled pork sandwiches and beef brisket – smoked for 12 hours in the Hub’s own in-house smoker – as well as the South-West inspired Mack-Daddy – a crispy Cornish mackerel fillet with beetroot jam and horseradish mayo served on a soft, hand crafted burger-roll.
There are also vegetarian options, a kids menu, a range of sides and a selection of craft beers in bottles and on draft along with the option to eat in or take-away.
Having already cut it’s culinary teeth – as well as winning rave reviews – in the heart of Truro City Centre, the new Hub-Box Exeter, on Sidwell Street opposite John Lewis, is looking to take the offer to a new level.
“We are delighted to be able to bring our renowned burgers, dogs & beers into the heart of Exeter in a unique venue. Whilst the menu that Alex has devised is US inspired, it’s created using only the very best food suppliers from across the South West and we can’t wait to see what Exeter thinks,” said Richard.
Hub-Box is open 7 days a week – 11.30am-9pm – Order line 01392 258737
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