Hub Box, Exeter


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It’s my birthday! Well it was, this weekend just passed, and how did I celebrate? With food of course!

I went home for the weekend to a very wet Exeter and delved into a brand new foody venture recommended to me by the lovely Chris from Eating Exeter. Hub Box is owned by a few guys who hail from Cornwall and as well as two Hubs past the Devon border there is now the Exeter location, the biggest of the three. The basic premise is American diner, but with a British design twist, think open red-brick walls painted with cartoon food murals, seating and tables made out of clap board and replica vintage signage fashioned from clap board remnants, stencils and back-lighting. The hub for which I assume the place is named is a large shipping container-turned kitchen in the centre of the dining area. It’s small in here, seating for…

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Author: Chris

He may look very complicated, but he is in fact very simple. He runs on sausages and beer. Co-founder of Eating Exeter. Librarian at Exeter College.

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