I’m a big fan of Pho (you might have noticed) and with half term imminently staring down the necks of many mums, dads, grandparents and anyone else who is tasked with keeping […]
He may look very complicated, but he is in fact very simple. He runs on sausages and beer.
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We are nearly at the end of the first month of the year and by now I can imagine there are unwanted exercise bikes, barely worn trainers and nearly-new Lycra gracing many […]
Pho in Exeter is getting even healthier! (if that’s even possible…)
I do like a good revisit – especially to a place that we enjoyed as much as we did when we visited last year. At the time Mike Welsh was heading up […]
Gin and Gastronomy fine dining experiences in collaboration with Boringdon Hall and Salcombe Harbour Hotel
Internationally acclaimed Salcombe Gin continues its series of Gin & Gastronomy dining experiences in 2019, celebrating the versatility of its collection of award-winning gins with events taking place at Boringdon Hall on […]
Here we are, at the end of another cycle. The world gets weirder every year, but one thing is consistent – we live in a part of the world that has some […]
One of the highlights this year has been witnessing the grand finals of the South West Chef of the Year. Finally (after a few hiccups with life, photographs and WordPresses new editor) […]
Located a stone’s throw away from Dartmoor, Lewtrenchard Manor is the perfect stopping off point for anyone who wants to explore the surrounding countryside. Pop over the border to Cornwall, or visit West Dartmoor and Okehampton, the wilds of Devon are your plaything.
Ebdons Refreshments is a brand-new independent delicatessen and café bar in central Exeter and on Thursday 13th December they launch their great new cocktail menu, with an amazing launch night offer. This […]
Liam Steevenson MW has collaborated with Exeter’s most beautiful townhouse hotel to curate an exceptional new wine list, dubbed ‘When A Friend Makes Your Wine’. The list of eight wines includes six […]
“I have wandered over Europe, have rambled to Iceland, climbed the Alps, been for some years lodged among the marshes of Essex – yet nothing that I have seen has quenched in […]
NEWS: New food and drink trail launched for Exeter this autumn: Over 40 food and drink businesses to explore
Foodies visiting the Exeter and Greater Exeter area can now embark on a journey of discovery as an exciting new initiative has officially launched. Set to place Exeter on the map as […]
Dining Devon is about everything within the county borders of Devon (and outside too!) that involves food, eating, dining and nomming. We always step-up to champion the mighty independents, but the dining […]
Dining Devon has been running along for a few years now. Since the blog was created in 2011 we’ve published hundreds of posts covering reviews, news, press releases, recipes and everything else […]
The runaway popularity of East Devon’s Deer Park Country House as the backdrop for amazing, memorable occasions has resulted in the decision to focus exclusively on weddings and events in future. The […]
The finalists for this year’s South West Chef of the Year competition have been chosen and now face the toughest challenge yet – to prepare their dishes for a daunting line-up of […]
Devon Food Movement is a collaborative pop-up restaurant concept set up by former Michelin star development chef Luke Fearon. The company aim is to celebrate Devon’s unique and world-class produce through a […]
Harry’s Restaurant brought cosy, casual dining to Exeter’s foodie scene for the last 25 years. But what does its new, refurbished incarnation bring? Harry’s closed its doors on 20th August for a […]
Tomorrow at Ashridge Court Farm, Dining Devon (Lauren) will be experiencing a culmination of culinary talent as part of the first BIG COLLABORATION. Chef Luke Fearon brings together some of the finest […]
A couple of days ago, I wrote a little post reminding everyone that our Powderham Food Festival ticket giveaway was still running until midnight 10th September – I can now also confirm […]