REVIEW: Hubbox, Exeter following their recent relocation to Catherine Street by Sue Stoneman #Ad

Ahoy there! Hubbox has moved. Don’t worry, it’s not gone far. It’s dropped anchor in Princesshay to bigger and better premises. Along with a new menu, Hubbox boasts a larger kitchen with charcoal grill, a long bar, and more seating including a terrace outside. The staff are still great and add to the music and décor to create an upbeat and friendly atmosphere. Hubbox continues … Continue reading REVIEW: Hubbox, Exeter following their recent relocation to Catherine Street by Sue Stoneman #Ad

Zita’s, Bartholomew Street

RIP Burgerfest.  Your existence in Exeter was short lived. Your burgers were nice, but your secret recipe was not overly transparent.  Your Sega room was liked, your ping pong table was novel but ultimately the demise of your parent company meant your service was short lived.  Although your value was great, your burgers were chargrilled, your beer kegs were terribly harsh on my sensitive derrier. … Continue reading Zita’s, Bartholomew Street

A Belated Happy Birthday to Ruby Burgers!

I am rubbish with birthdays, and you might have noticed if you’re a fan of Ruby Modern Diner that they have just celebrated their third birthday.  Eating Exeter has been there from the start, we attended their press night, and have done numerous enjoyable reviews for this fantastic restaurant.  They’ve won countless awards, all deserved! Ruby Modern Diner opened on January 28th 2013 and was … Continue reading A Belated Happy Birthday to Ruby Burgers!

Burger Fest to open in Exeter (where Casa Maroc used to be)

Its old news that Gourmet Burger Kitchen opening in the Guildhall’s new Dining Quarter. But, did you know (thanks to the Express and Echo) Burger Fest is opening in Exeter. They started off in Torquay, they’ve just opened in Taunton and soon they’ll be opening in Bartholomew Street East, opposite Mary Arches Street Car Park. This means that with GBK as well, Exeter will have a … Continue reading Burger Fest to open in Exeter (where Casa Maroc used to be)