In response to the government announcement for the general public to avoid pubs, clubs and theatres and now possible enforced closures in the near future The Oddfellows will now go into the delivery business! The Oddfellows is renowned and highly regarded for its epic Sunday roast and what better way to reach it’s many customers during the current Coronavirus pandemic that to deliver it, but … Continue reading The Oddfellows to deliver it’s Sunday roast 6 days a week!
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!
Dining Devon in tell all interview with BBC Radio Devon Continue reading Dining Devon in tell-all interview with BBC Radio Devon
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
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
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
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
News: Matthew Jukes’ ‘100 Best Australian Wines’ Roadshow Comes To The South West Continue reading News: Matthew Jukes’ ‘100 Best Australian Wines’ Roadshow Comes To The South West
News: A Celebration of Seafood – England’s Seafood FEAST 2019 starts today! Continue reading News: A Celebration of Seafood – England’s Seafood FEAST 2019, 20th Sept – 6th Oct 2019
Mitch Tonks’ Rockfish opening plans for Sidmouth 2020 Continue reading News: Mitch Tonks’ Rockfish opening plans for Sidmouth 2020
Offers mentioned in this post may no longer be valid I’m not going abroad for my holidays, like many of my fellow countrymen who are too skint, I will not be jetting away to anywhere exotic, we have to make do with being stuck with the continental warmth, the mid-Atlantic storms and the fickle climate. Luckily we have an impressive array of beautiful destinations in … Continue reading Review: The Oddfellows, Exeter (Summer 2019)
I get quite excited when I venture out on my trips out and about in Devon. A ride out to the small village of North Tawton recently to Ashridge Court Farm was no exception. It was a beautiful summer’s evening and I think it’s more of an adventure when you go somewhere you’ve not been before and you are not quite sure what will be … Continue reading Pop Up Dining Event Review: Nose to Tail Dining Experience at Ashridge Court Farm, North Tawton by Sue Stoneman #Ad #Invited
Snugly tucked in to the rolling hills of Mid Devon lies the beautiful yet relatively untouched town of Bampton. This is not a place that is dominated by a supermarket; it has a Costcutter but it has a green grocer, a butchers, a football club and a beautiful church that also acts as a Heritage Centre. There is something undisturbed here, like the world hasn’t … Continue reading STAYCATION REVIEW: Peter Mundy at The Ginger Peanut, Bampton #ad
Welcome to East Devon. Home to rolling green hills, little wiggly lanes, a vast coastline of international scientific importance and some of the nicest most underrated scenery in the UK. There are pieces of East Devon that are exceptionally quaint, other pieces that are rugged and handsome in a landscape kind-of-way, and other pieces that are as modern and comfortable as the rest of the … Continue reading STAYCATION REVIEW: The Devon Spotted Pig #ad
You won’t be able to miss Bill’s, with its bright and cheery exterior – what a pretty sight as you enter into Gandy Street. We were invited along to check out the recent refurb which took place last month and lucky for us, it coincided with the launch of new dishes on the dinner menu. Now I haven’t visited Bill’s Exeter prior to the refurb, … Continue reading REVIEW: Bill’s Restaurant, Exeter by Sue Stoneman #Ad #Invited
We enjoyed sharing food and cocktails at South Street Standard, Exeter – and you can too with our competition running on all 3 social platforms thanks to InExeter. Continue reading Casual Dining & Competition: South Street Standard, Exeter by Lauren Heath #ad #invited
It seems like every town or city has some sort of food festival. In fact there are festivals for nearly everything, Gin, Chocolate, Gin, Cheese, Beer. These are great, but for me the most important festival is Exeter’s very own Festival of South West Food & Drink. Colloquially known as Exeter Food Festival, it is like the start of summer for foodies in the region. … Continue reading EVENT: Exeter Food Festival 2019 #ad