Dartmoor’s Café on the Green is the perfect pitstop for a delicious fuelling breakfast or a foodie reward, pre or post Haytor climb!
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. […]
I was recently invited to a bloggers evening at Base and Barley following the release of their new burger menu. I have seen all manner of burger puns being shared over Twitter […]
84 Queen St, Exeter, EX4 3RP – 01392 201 181 Last week it was my birthday and post-party night I was desperate for a top drawer veggie breakfast. So I turned to the oracle […]
86 Longbrook St, Exeter EX4 6AP Tel: 01392 202234 Twitter:@HarrysExeter I don’t get out much. For someone that writes a food blog, you’d think that I spend my days frequenting fine restaurants and […]
74 Queen St, Exeter, EX4 3RX 01392 436168 The award winning team at Ruby Modern Diner at 74 Queen Street have been very busy bees. Not only do they sell some of […]
Toast: Inside San Francisco’s Controversial Bread…: http://youtu.be/DhPrWm-vKSY This is a strange one…such an innocuous food stuff is now fashionable in San Francisco, might possibly end up in Exeter like this one day?
http://i.imgur.com/l1OfE4g.jpg Fancy some breakfast? I certainly do.
I absolutely love going out for brunch, I don’t know why but I find it so much more exciting than any other meal out! It’s probably because most of the time I […]
Eating Exeter welcomes Dr Steve Price to team as an official contributor! There are some days when you wake up in the morning and you just have the urge for a good […]
Set in the magnificent surroundings of the old Dean Clarke Hospital’s Halford Wing in Southernhay, The Cosy Club opened last year (April 2013) to what seemed to be a quiet fanfare. Ever since it […]
I always get excited when new cafes open in Exeter, don’t get me wrong though I am not completely obsessed with cafes (although I wonder if EE is getting a bit cafe-centric […]
I love the way that food is so strongly linked to memories. For me, it has the same effect as smell and can mentally regress you to a time when life was […]
My earliest memories of Trago Mills (Devon’s Original Discount Store) does not revolve around food or eating in Trago Mills. But of railways, large shops and myriads of ducks. Water canon side shows, […]
EDIT: 1st July 2014 Check http://www.brodysbistro.com for updated cheaper prices… I always worry that Eating Exeter gets a bit unbalanced towards my end of Exeter. But the urge to write about Brody’s has […]
I seem to be hooked on YouTube tonight, and I came across this lovely vlog review given by Guy Arnold who is, according to his website http://www.greatorpoor.com/ is an “experienced manager, entrepreneur […]
Brody’s is now open!! – Click here to read Eating Exeter’s review. Slowly it is starting to take shape, Brody’s is opening soon! Very yellow so far. Scroll down to see the […]
A few years ago, a couple of books (first one that comes to mind is Kenny McGovern’s: The Takeaway Secret) came out that claimed to allow the reader to cook their own […]
Finding a nice cafe is hard, especially when you don’t know the area. After coming back from a brief soujourn to Bude, I had to write about this little gem of a […]
Sundays are usually the worst time to even consider going out for food, especially if you are as anti-social as I am.. It is normally the same time that everyone else tries […]