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

Café Review: Café on the Green, Widecombe in the Moor by Sue Stoneman #Ad #Invited

Dartmoor’s Café on the Green is the perfect pitstop for a delicious fuelling breakfast or a foodie reward, pre or post Haytor climb! Continue reading Café Review: Café on the Green, Widecombe in the Moor by Sue Stoneman #Ad #Invited

Deli Cafe Review: The Wine and Cheese Loft, Teignmouth by Sue Stoneman #Ad

The meal provided in this review was gratis. Views expressed are independent of the business and is not seen or approved before publication. Wine and Cheese? Yes please! If you like either or both then head over to Teignmouth where you will find The Wine and Cheese Loft Delicatessen Café. Since opening in October last year, young couple Andrew and Anna have been sharing their … Continue reading Deli Cafe Review: The Wine and Cheese Loft, Teignmouth by Sue Stoneman #Ad

VitaminSea by Salty Dog Devon, Cullompton – by Lauren Heath

Down the boutique high street that is Fore Street, Cullompton, a new food offering has docked! #VitaminSea by Salty Dog Devon is a café by day and a dinner pop up by night. Run by Cales who, after travelling in San Franscisco and chowing down on clam chowder, found a passion for tasty, full bodied seafood fayre. Her page says “Fresh from the south west.’ … Continue reading VitaminSea by Salty Dog Devon, Cullompton – by Lauren Heath

Lunch at Lloyds Lounge, Exeter – by Lauren Heath

Alfresco eating – it’s a wonderful thing; fresh air, sunshine (maybe), a care free feeling. BUT…this is the UK, it isn’t warm all year round, or dry at the best of times. So no matter how keen people were on the European feel of the old LTG’s in Exeter, owned by Lloyd Gardner of Lloyds Kitchen, it wasn’t the most ideal venue for all year … Continue reading Lunch at Lloyds Lounge, Exeter – by Lauren Heath

KuPP Scandi Picnic in the Park by Lauren Heath

Gosh, hasn’t Summer well and truly shown herself this past week? Some days it has been too hot really, but alas we shouldn’t moan, there are so many great spots to find shade in our beautiful city whilst enjoying the sunshine. So you’re sitting alfresco, and you’re thinking ‘a deliciously fresh and exciting picnic would be great right about now’ – well guess what? KuPP … Continue reading KuPP Scandi Picnic in the Park by Lauren Heath

Stylish Scandi Picnics with KuPP

With spring upon us and summer following shortly behind, we’ll be (predictably) heading for the hills to soak up the sun on heaths, parks, lidos and just about anywhere else we can find to enjoy a spot of sunbathing, drinking and picnicking. Following last year’s success, KuPP, the Scandi-inspired all day casual dining restaurant, bar and café, is re-launching their grab & go picnic bags, … Continue reading Stylish Scandi Picnics with KuPP

Boston Tea Party: Exeter’s very own Tardis – by Lauren Heath

Boston Tea Party – 84 Queen Street, Exeter, EX4 3RP, Tel: 01392 201181 Free wifi, open Mon – Sat 7am til 7pm and Sun 8am til 6pm. Boston Tea Party have 18 cafes from as high as Birmingham all the way down to Barnstaple, with a 19th cafe about to open in Bristol (making the total 6 in and around the city!). I must admit, … Continue reading Boston Tea Party: Exeter’s very own Tardis – by Lauren Heath

Artigiano, High St. Exeter

248 High Street, Exeter, EX4 3PZ ¦ Follow on Twitter On the other end of the scale, miles away from Cafe Central (see previous article) is another new opening in Exeter.  Artigiano is a direct import from London, and has brought a bit of coffee sophistication to the High St.  Right opposite Starbucks (haha). Not that Exeter is devoid of amazing places to drink and … Continue reading Artigiano, High St. Exeter

Hub-Box Exeter, Sidwell Street.

Read Eating Exeter’s review here. EAT OUTSIDE THE BOX IN EXETER’S LATEST FOOD VENUE.  Photos to follow! If you like your burgers, ribs and dogs to be mouth watering, creative, fresh and full of flavour, then Exeter’s newest pop-up food destination will be just or you. Hub-Box has arrived in the city – a unique food venue – think specially created and fully customised shipping … Continue reading Hub-Box Exeter, Sidwell Street.

Darkhorse Espresso, 135 Magdalen Road, Exeter

This isn’t a rated review as I was passing this funky little cafe and thought I would pop in and say hi. Over the last ten years or so, St Leonards has become a desirable affluent part of Exeter that attracts money and prestige.  Where the borders of St Leonards end and the beginning of other bits of Exeter lie is a bit of a … Continue reading Darkhorse Espresso, 135 Magdalen Road, Exeter

Ruby Modern Diner, 74 Queen St

Back in January, I was invited to attend the press night of a new restaurant in Queen St.  It was called Ruby Modern Diner and I was very excited.  I went away from the night with a great sense of anticipation at what I reckoned was going to be a fantastic restaurant.  So I jumped at the invitation to come down and sample some of … Continue reading Ruby Modern Diner, 74 Queen St