Last year Dining Devon published a small article guest written by a chap called Alex Fletcher who had taken position of the Head Chef of the Seawood Hotel in Lynton, North Devon. It came to our attention that Alex Fletcher has now no longer the Head Chef and the Seawood Hotel no longer has any connection to him. Continue reading Announcement
I have never been to Comptoir Libanais before, it’s a bit of an admission given it’s reputation in Exeter being so positive. And everyone else I know who, has any sense of ‘what is good food’ has already been. OK not everyone, but I feel that my first visit was a prelude to everyone else saying ‘oh you’ll love it’ and ‘their vegetarian stuff is … Continue reading REVIEW: Comptoir Libanais, Queen St. Dining Quarter #ad
Manna From Devon Cooking School is providing our next superb #seafoodweek recipe! If you’ve not heard of them then they were established in 2005, run by Holly and David Jones who teach cooking skills to small groups in the relaxed environment of their Victorian Home overlooking the River Dart. If you like the sound of this, then head to their website for more info and … Continue reading Manna from Devon presents Wood Fired Plaice with leek and tomato sauce – your plaice or mine?
Today is the start of Seafood Week, a week long celebration of everything that comes from the sea. This week, why not try something you wouldn’t have tried before? Seafood Week 2019 runs from the 4th-11th October. Lauren recently went on a foodie journey through some of the nicest restaurants in Torquay tasting some of the lovely offerings (read our Seafood Quest post here) and … Continue reading It’s Seafood Week! Recipe 1 from The Galley in Topsham
Saturday 21st September was quite a day to remember…and an eating mission of a lifetime. The challenge? To visit 7 restaurants, for 7 dishes in 7 hours! We were delighted to be invited to join in – challenge accepted! Read on to see what we got up to, and how to join in other fishy feasts in the English Riviera. Continue reading Special Dining Event: England’s Seafood FEAST – by Lauren Heath