REVIEW: The Goose & Gander Kitchen at The Lord Nelson Inn, Topsham.

The Lord Nelson is one of the many pubs that I remember from my childhood growing up near Topsham in the eighties and nineties. There used to be, at one point in history, forty two separate pubs in Topsham. Over the years this number has declined to a handful; the legendary ‘Topsham Ten’ is much less than it used to be. One of the remaining … Continue reading REVIEW: The Goose & Gander Kitchen at The Lord Nelson Inn, Topsham.

Supper Club: Lock in at The Oddfellows, Exeter by Lauren Heath

In true Oddfellows fashion, they have found their unique way of offering the customer great food but in keeping with what the customer wants – in this current climate: a safe environment, with minimal fuss – enter ‘Supper Club Lock In’. Continue reading Supper Club: Lock in at The Oddfellows, Exeter by Lauren Heath

Eat Out To Help Out – Participating Venues in Devon

EAT OUT TO HELP OUT – SEPTEMBER UPDATE: We are still having hits on this post so we have updated it. Some Devon eateries are continuing their own version of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme discount*, please see individual Facebook pages for further details – list below: During September: The Lighter Inn, The Quay, Topsham The Stand Off Exeter Pink Moon, Exeter Franco … Continue reading Eat Out To Help Out – Participating Venues in Devon

Supper Club: The Welcome Cafe, Exeter Quay – by Lauren Heath

The Welcome Café in Exeter may not be open as it once was, but they are now welcoming customers to their new weekend supper clubs! Continue reading Supper Club: The Welcome Cafe, Exeter Quay – by Lauren Heath

New restaurant review: Pieminister, Queen St, Exeter

This was written before the recent pandemic. I do hope you can enjoy it and remember to give Pieminister a visit after the lockdown has finished! Queen St in Exeter is one of the main thoroughfares that leads straight to the heart of the city, it is a veritable culinary avenue being home to local foodie legends such as The Exploding Bakery, Pink Moon Cafe … Continue reading New restaurant review: Pieminister, Queen St, Exeter

Harry's Restaurant, Exeter – Online Ordering, Delivery & Collections Now Available

Harry’s Restaurant, Exeter – Online Ordering, Delivery & Collections Now Available Continue reading Harry's Restaurant, Exeter – Online Ordering, Delivery & Collections Now Available

News: Dirty Martini Marketing Win Exeter Festival Of South West Food & Drink Contract

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

Casual Dining in Exeter: Perfect ‘Pho’ the cold weather!

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!

Sunday Lunch Review: Hotel Du Vin & Bistro, Exeter – by Lauren Heath

“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

REVIEW: CASUAL DINING POPUP at The Common Beaver, Magdalen Road, Exeter by Sue Stoneman. #ad #invited

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

REVIEW: Comptoir Libanais, Queen St. Dining Quarter #ad

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

Review: The Oddfellows, Exeter (Summer 2019)

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)

REVIEW: Bill’s Restaurant, Exeter by Sue Stoneman #Ad #Invited

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

REVIEW: Beer Factory and Kitchen at Hanlon’s Brewery #ad #invited

I remember, a few years ago now, I introduced myself to someone at a professional networking event I was speaking at (not about the blog). They had heard of Eating Exeter, as it was back in 2016 and said something that has stuck in my head and I tried to unpack afterwards. They said that the blog was too ‘burger focused’… Cue me looking shocked … Continue reading REVIEW: Beer Factory and Kitchen at Hanlon’s Brewery #ad #invited

NEWS/PHOTO POST: Goings-on at The Galley, Topsham

Tucked in, at the bottom of Fore Street in Topsham is a seafood restaurant that is on the up-and-up. On the 25th April, special guests were invited to sample a menu put together as a celebration of the producers that they work with. Now re-opened after a little break, they’re ready to take your reservations! Words below provided by Harry Wild of Go Wild Communications: … Continue reading NEWS/PHOTO POST: Goings-on at The Galley, Topsham

Press Event: Safari Supper celebrating the launch of the 2019 Eat & Drink InExeter Guide by Sue Stoneman #Ad #Invited

We were invited on a foodie adventure, a safari supper, to experience some of Exeter’s fine independents, in celebration of InExeter’s Food and Drink Guide 2019. Continue reading Press Event: Safari Supper celebrating the launch of the 2019 Eat & Drink InExeter Guide by Sue Stoneman #Ad #Invited

Casual Dining Review: Zita’s Bar & Smokehouse, Exeter by Sue Stoneman #Ad

Holy Smoke! A Smokehouse in Exeter…. oh yes! And it’s not just for meat eaters… they cater for #vegan and #vegetarians too. Continue reading Casual Dining Review: Zita’s Bar & Smokehouse, Exeter by Sue Stoneman #Ad

Pub Restaurant Review: The Puffing Billy, Exton – by Lauren Heath

The meal provided in this review was gratis. Views expressed are independent of the business and is not seen or approved before publication. Halfway between Exeter and Exmouth lies the village of Exton. Residents enjoy the immediate access of the Exe cycling trail, the nearby train station giving freedom to Exmouth in one direction, Exeter and beyond in another. Another resident that enjoys this positioning, … Continue reading Pub Restaurant Review: The Puffing Billy, Exton – by Lauren Heath

REVIEW: Hubbox, Exeter following their recent relocation to Catherine Street by Sue Stoneman #Ad

Ahoy there! Hubbox has moved. Don’t worry, it’s not gone far. It’s dropped anchor in Princesshay to bigger and better premises. Along with a new menu, Hubbox boasts a larger kitchen with charcoal grill, a long bar, and more seating including a terrace outside. The staff are still great and add to the music and décor to create an upbeat and friendly atmosphere. Hubbox continues … Continue reading REVIEW: Hubbox, Exeter following their recent relocation to Catherine Street by Sue Stoneman #Ad