Harry’s Restaurant, Exeter – Online Ordering, Delivery & Collections Now Available Continue reading Harry's Restaurant, Exeter – Online Ordering, Delivery & Collections Now Available
The Salutation Inn in Topsham is offered a take-away menu and laundry service. This award winning restaurant with rooms our destination for three memorable foodie experiences. Our tasting menu experience and the fantastic evening with the Holistic Chef Jamie Raftery both blew our socks off. But our Dining in The Dark press experience was something I’ll never forget! Needless to say, this restaurant is one … Continue reading The Salutation Inn introduces take-away menu
The last two weeks has been quite unprecedented. The world is facing a pandemic unlike anything else we have seen in living memory, and businesses across the UK are trying to work out how to stay afloat in the midst of vague communications from the government. From the 20th March, the government announced it was throwing money at businesses to keep them afloat, but the … Continue reading Support your local eateries and foodie businesses
News: Eversfield Organic Arrives in Totnes this March – with Opening Ceremony on Saturday 14th March at 12:30pm Continue reading NEWS: EVERSFIELD ORGANIC ARRIVES IN TOTNES THIS MARCH
The last couple of weeks has been a bit full-on. My mum is a wonderful mum, and she saw that I needed a bit of cheering up so she took me out to lunch on a cold and rainy Friday afternoon recently. What cheered me up even more is that we went to The Cadeleigh Arms, a pub that has been on my hit-list since … Continue reading Gastropub Review: The Cadeleigh Arms, Cadeleigh
Dirty Martini Marketing Win Exeter Festival Of South West Food & Drink Contract Continue reading News: Dirty Martini Marketing Win Exeter Festival Of South West Food & Drink Contract
I want to say that Caffe Rojano is tucked away, down the winding streets of Padstow. But when it comes to Padstow in general, most of it is winding and many of it’s great eateries are tucked away down cosy streets which you have to breathe in to squeeze down (I do anyway!). This little town sits on the River Camel estuary, a safe harbour … Continue reading Caffe Rojano has now re-opened! Paul and Emma Ainsworth raise the bar with an excellent menu.
The pun in the title relies on you knowing that Pho is actually pronounced ‘fuh’, but the English tend to pronounce it like ‘foe’, a fact I didn’t realise until I had actually been to Pho Restaurant in Queen St, Exeter. I’ve been a little quiet on the blog recently due to the busy-ness of life, but I am still orchestrating things in the background … Continue reading Casual Dining in Exeter: Perfect ‘Pho’ the cold weather!
This little piggy went to…another great event at The Pig at Combe. This time it was The Folly Foodies Club with guests, Pipers Farm. Continue reading The Pig at Combe: Folly Foodies Club event with guests Pipers Farm – by Lauren Heath
Dining Devon in tell all interview with BBC Radio Devon Continue reading Dining Devon in tell-all interview with BBC Radio Devon
Top chefs, food journalists and producers came together to celebrate West Country PGI beef and lamb at a Winter Gastronomy evening. The dinner took place at the Beachside Grill Restaurant, part of Saunton Sands hotel, in Devon on the 15 November. The menu was designed by head chef, Dez Turland, at the Beachside Grill Restaurant. The dishes made full use of local produce, and … Continue reading Devon Dinner celebrates West Country beef & lamb
Paignton seafront has plenty on offer all year round. So after spending your pennies in the arcade, being blown away by sea air, or having relaxed in the cinema – head to the independently-owned Shoreline for some honestly priced tasty pizza’s, homemade burgers and a seriously priceless view.
It’s dog friendly and child friendly too! Continue reading Casual Dining: Shoreline, Paignton by Lauren Heath
We’re very excited to share our award-winning news! Continue reading Dining Devon wins South West England Food Blog of the Year 2019
The practice of healthy eating is something I’ve been struggling with for years. I know the basics; the fact that if you eat nothing but sausage rolls, you’ll feel ill and most probably suffer some hideous case of malnutrition. But the practice is much harder to implement than the theory is to learn. So when Charlie, co-owner of The Five Bells at Clyst Hydon invited … Continue reading EVENT REVIEW: Autumn Healthy Eating at The Five Bells, hosted by Carola Becker #ad
News: The Bull Inn, Totnes – A radical new organic inn for Devon Continue reading News: The Bull Inn, Totnes – A radical new organic inn for Devon
“Help yourself to four delicious courses. Take your time. Take all afternoon if you’d like to.”
With the 2nd course consisting of a help-yourself French Market Table you’re sure to get your Sunday lunch fill and more at Hotel Du VIn & Bistro, Exeter. Continue reading Sunday Lunch Review: Hotel Du Vin & Bistro, Exeter – by Lauren Heath
Local produce, dinner accentuated by candlelight, sublime desserts to push you over the foodie edge? This all points to a lovely Torquay independent – Pier Point Restaurant and Bar Continue reading Dinner Review: Pier Point Restaurant and Bar, Torquay by Lauren Heath
A great place for coffee, brunch or lunch but on Thursday and Friday nights, The Common Beaver in Magdalen Road, Exeter is the venue for some middle eastern delights thanks to pop-up dining by Eat My Food (oh if you insist..) Continue reading REVIEW: CASUAL DINING POPUP at The Common Beaver, Magdalen Road, Exeter by Sue Stoneman. #ad #invited
Calming animals? Check! Wallet friendly (free) entry – Check! Tasty brunch made from local produce in a spacious cafe with field and sea views? Check!
We headed to The Kitchen at Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary to try their new Sunday Brunch menu… you’ll be so chilled out you won’t want to leave. (good job brunch is served all day then isn’t it?!) Continue reading Brunch Review: The Kitchen, Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary, East Devon – by Lauren Heath
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