As the country starts emerging from three months in lockdown, we ask some of Devon’s hospitality and food producers, what life has been like. In our third mini interview, we chat to Russ & Gemma Wakeham, founders and owners of Two Drifters Rum Distillery in Exeter. Two Drifters Distillery produces award-winning rum from their HQ near Exeter Airport. We first met Two Drifters at the … Continue reading Life in Lockdown: Two Drifters Distillery
FOOD lovers in are now able to enjoy their favourite restaurant dishes from the comfort of their desks or home. Deliveroo – the premium restaurant food delivery service – has launched in Devon’s capital city. The service will revolutionise dining by delivering quality food from local independent and chain restaurants direct to people’s doors. The company is growing throughout the UK and Exeter will be … Continue reading LAUNCH OF ONLINE FOOD DELIVERY SERVICE, DELIVEROO, TAKES EXETER BY STORM
When it opened two years ago, The Cosy Club really changed the playing field for chain restaurants in Exeter. It was a new, quirky and it did some amazing cocktails. You can read the original review here, its a little old so it is in need of an update. Entering through what had been the chapel entrance of the old hospital, you are presented with one … Continue reading The Cosy Club, Southernhay (New Summer Menu)
Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink is celebrating an exciting increase in the number of new exhibitors it will be welcoming to its 12th festival. Taking place this April from its city centre location at Exeter Castle and Northernhay Gardens, the Exeter Food Festival is a multi-award winning annual event that celebrates the very best of south west produce and producers as a … Continue reading New Exhibitors queuing to be part of the Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink!
It has been a chippy since 1977, but the latest incarnation of this Fish and Chip shop has seen it spruced up and rebranded in to The Clock Tower Fish Bar. So, what did I have? Well I had chips. I was here to see how their chips fared up to the previous visit, when it was the Dolphin Fish Bar. And to be honest, … Continue reading The Clock Tower Fish Bar, Queen Street
The Barbican is foodie’s wet dream. Crammed on to a relatively small portion of land, lies a gastronomic plenty with so much choice your head is likely to pop just thinking about it. Pubs, seafood, Mexican, Chinese, Greek. And it was here we found ourself in the pouring rain, looking for a dry and reasonably priced establishment after a kiddy filled day at the National … Continue reading REVIEW: The Ship Inn, The Barbican, Plymouth.
If anyone fancies a trip to the distant hills of Holsworthy, then this might be worth the trek! HOLSWORTHY ALES and Beer Hill House are holding seven open brewery nights between April and October 2013 on Saturday 27th April Saturday 25th May Saturday 22nd June Saturday 27th July Saturday 31st August Saturday 28th September Saturday 26th October Come and taste the beer and have a look around the … Continue reading Holsworthy Ales Open Nights: Beer n Bangers! next one 27th July!
Dart’s Farm is a curious place, because unlike many people who might read this, I remember when it was still Picfresh. Right, so lets go back 20 years ago and Ronald Dart owned a funny little farm shop that, in my mind, was always tacked on to the side of a larger barn. That barn is roughly where the Deli is now and if you … Continue reading Dart’s Farm (Deli Cafe – 5/5)
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 picture I took today, they got signs up and everything! Continue reading Brody’s Breakfast Bistro NOW OPEN 🙂 (Updated) – Queen St