Casual Dining & Competition: South Street Standard, Exeter by Lauren Heath #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

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Restaurant Review: Plot to Plate Lunch at The Pig at Combe by Lauren Heath #Ad

Lauren recently pigged out on a delicious seasonal set menu at The Pig at Combe, near Honiton. Continue reading Restaurant Review: Plot to Plate Lunch at The Pig at Combe by Lauren Heath #Ad

Pub Review: The Black River Inn, Black Torrington, by Sue Stoneman #Ad #Invited

If you crave a visit to a ‘proper village pub’ and you fancy a little drive into the beautiful Devon countryside of an evening for dinner, The Black River Inn may be just the sort of place for you. Previously called The Torridge Inn, the new owners Gill & Alex took ownership early last Summer, refurbished it and renamed it – with reference to the … Continue reading Pub Review: The Black River Inn, Black Torrington, by Sue Stoneman #Ad #Invited

Salcombe Crabfest Fire & Feast Fundraiser at Gara Rock, Salcombe with Chef Freddy Bird by Lauren Heath #ad #invited

Salcombe Crabfest Fire & Feast Fundraiser at Gara Rock, Salcombe with Chef Freddy Bird by Lauren Heath #ad Continue reading Salcombe Crabfest Fire & Feast Fundraiser at Gara Rock, Salcombe with Chef Freddy Bird by Lauren Heath #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 #Ad #Invited

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 #Ad #Invited

NEWS: The Swan Inn in Lympstone relaunches as team behind River Exe Café takes over

As Lympstone becomes one of the food epicentres of the region, now the ever-popular watering-hole, The Swan Inn, has been given a new lease of life. The team behind the multiple award-winning restaurant River Exe Café have taken over the helm of The Swan Inn – a traditional pub in Lympstone near Exmouth. The popular inn has relaunched with a locally-sourced menu, a fine selection … Continue reading NEWS: The Swan Inn in Lympstone relaunches as team behind River Exe Café takes over

REVIEW: The Bear and Blacksmith – by Lauren Heath #Ad

The meal provided in this review was gratis. Views expressed are independent of the business and is not seen or approved before publication. As you wind your way around the lanes of South Devon, probably heading for, or departing from, one of the many coastal destinations the county has to offer, I have no doubt that sustenance will be somewhere on your itinerary. Look no … Continue reading REVIEW: The Bear and Blacksmith – by Lauren Heath #Ad

All fired up from Powderham Food Festival – by Sue Stoneman

Powderham Food Festival took place on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th October this year at Powderham Castle.  I was there as one of the demo chefs in the ‘Theatre of Fire and Smoke’ tent, along with some big names on the BBQ scene: Simon Dyer – BBQ Champ, John Gower of Quiet Waters Farm, Nic Townsend, Martin Anderson – Chef of Temper in Soho, David Deadman and … Continue reading All fired up from Powderham Food Festival – by Sue Stoneman

Harry’s Restaurant, Exeter – by Lauren Heath

You know how they says dogs are not just for Christmas? Well, a strange comparison I know, but neither is Harry’s. It really is for every occasion. Situated down Longbrook Street, just a few minutes walk from the hustle and bustle of Exeter’s high street, Harry’s has been doing its thing since 1993; a family owned and run by the Pounds family since its inception, … Continue reading Harry’s Restaurant, Exeter – by Lauren Heath

Smokin’ Summer Pop Up on Exeter Quay – by Lauren Heath

Exeter Quay is currently blooming into a real destination for foodies, as well as those seeking an escape from the busy city and their work life. Night markets, cookery school, outdoor and indoor activities, arts and culture as well as the growing restaurant scene. At the weekend it comes alive with tourists and locals alike seeking the relaxed waterside vibe. Recently, The Boat Shed (brainchild … Continue reading Smokin’ Summer Pop Up on Exeter Quay – by Lauren Heath

Rockfish Lodges Plans for Sixth Site in Exeter

Rockfish, the South West seafood restaurant group founded by restaurateurs Mitch Tonks and Mat Prowse, has lodged plans to open its sixth site, in Exeter. The company has applied to the city council to build the venue at Exeter Quay’s Piazza Terracina, creating 40 jobs. The application is for a single-storey pavilion restaurant with a floor space of 500 square metres. If plans are approved … Continue reading Rockfish Lodges Plans for Sixth Site in Exeter

An evening of fire and meat with Dean Forge at Pipers Farm

The perfect duo, Dean Forge and Pipers Farm recently hosted an evening full of meat and fire in the rustic event space at Pipers Farm, in the heart if the Devon countryside. Local bloggers and journalists came together to experience the full capabilities of some of stove manufacturers, Dean Forge’s most popular products, the Dartmoor Baker and their large fire pit. Guests gathered around the … Continue reading An evening of fire and meat with Dean Forge at Pipers Farm

Guest Chef Days Announced at Manna From Devon Cooking School

Manna from Devon Cooking School is delighted to announce the dates for the 2017 Guest Chef Classes: a series of celebrity chefs and foodie experts will be running classes at the school from March until September. These guest days only pop up once a month and usually book up pretty quickly, a true reflection on the talent and reputation of each chef. This year’s Guest … Continue reading Guest Chef Days Announced at Manna From Devon Cooking School

The Oddfellows, 60 New North Road by Chris Gower

60 New North Road, Exeter – http://www.theoddfellowsbar.co.uk – Exeter @theoddfellows – facebook.com/oddfellowsbar Exmouth @oddfellowsexm – facebook.com/oddfellowsexmouth Just off the bustle of the High Street, under the shadow of John Lewis lies a small pub that has made a big impression on Exeter’s dining scene in recent years.  Nestled between houses and office blocks; it backs on to the historic wall of red sandstone that surrounds … Continue reading The Oddfellows, 60 New North Road by Chris Gower

Manna From Devon Cooking School – The Wood Fired Experts for 2017

The trend for cooking with fire is bigger than ever and it shows no sign of cooling down. In 2017 cooking on a wood fired oven is going to be huge and Holly and David Jones, from Manna from Devon Cooking School, are the experts to teach you how. Connoisseurs in everything wood fired, book your space on their ever-popular courses before they’re snapped up. … Continue reading Manna From Devon Cooking School – The Wood Fired Experts for 2017

Eat the Smoke, Clyst St Mary – product review by Lauren & Steve Heath

http://www.eatthesmoke.co.uk – @EatTheSmokeBBQ – http://www.facebook.com/eatthesmoke Middle of 2015, during the chilli event at Darts Farm, my chef husband, Steve, and I came across 2 jars of sauce; these weren’t just any sauces, they were Eat the Smoke sauces. The brand didn’t mean much at the time, but we were impressed by the complexity of what we tasted, so bought some to take home and try. … Continue reading Eat the Smoke, Clyst St Mary – product review by Lauren & Steve Heath

Harry’s Restaurant, Exeter

86 Longbrook St, Exeter EX4 6AP  Tel: 01392 202234  Twitter:@HarrysExeter Its not often that I get to review a restaurant that has such a legacy.  Whilst at work on the day of the review a couple of conversations I had with colleagues went along the lines of “What are you doing tonight?” “Going to Harry’s for something to eat…” “Oh I love Harry’s, its really nice, you’ll … Continue reading Harry’s Restaurant, Exeter