Exeter has a diverse and extensive offering of restaurants, cafes and general places to eat. Part of the mix includes chain restaurants and places that have multiple chains across the UK or the local area. Here are reviews that we have written about the larger establishments in Exeter and Devon.
Please note some of these reviews are a bit old and need updating. Older reviews will be archived and won’t have photos.
Absurd Bird, Queen St Dining Quarter
ASK Restaurant, Cathedral Green C
Bella Italia, Queen St.
Bill’s Restaurant, High St.
Byron Burgers, Princesshay
Cafe Rouge, Princesshay
Chiquito Restaurant, Marsh Barton Road
Coffee #1, Princesshay
Cote Brasserie, Cathedral Green
Exeter Picturehouse Cafe Bar, Bartholomew St W
Hotel Du Vin, Magdalen St.
Hotel Du Vin, Magdalen St – overnight stay
Las Iguanas, Queen St.
McDonalds Restaurant, High St.
Morrisson’s In-store Cafe, King Charles Rd.
Marcos Italian, Hilton, Clyst Honiton
Tesco Store Cafe, Exe Vale
The Cosy Club, Southernhay (July 2015)
The Farmer’s Union, Queen’s Terrace
The George’s Meeting House, South St.
The Imperial, New North Rd.
The Malt House, Haven Rd.
The Samuel Jones, Quayside
Turtle Bay, Queen St. (Cocktails)
Toby Carvery, Middlemoor
Waitrose In-store Cafe, Gladstone Road
Zizzi’s Restaurant, Gandy Street
Reviews from elsewhere in Devon and beyond
Chicken and Blues, Poole, Dorset
Coffee #1, Drake’s Circus, Plymouth
Las Iguanas, Torquay
The Boat House, Dawlish Warren – Revisit
The Red Deer, Crediton
The Ship Inn, Plymouth
The Waterloo Cross, Uffculme
Rockfish, Plymouth (desserts)