I graduated 13 years ago, and I remember my time as a penniless library studies student in Aberystwyth with a relative amount of fondness. One thing I don’t miss was the food, or the strange concoctions that I would throw together in order to impress potential girlfriends. Although I enjoyed cooking, I was never very far away from somewhere that sold food which got me … Continue reading Deliveroo in Exeter: The Review
You might remember a few months ago I hinted that Deliveroo was coming to Exeter. Well, the Deliveroo team have been busy in the background getting everything ready (a few tests here and there, I am proud to say that my order a couple of nights ago was one of the very first Exeter orders!) and its finally here. The doors are open, the chocks … Continue reading Deliveroo is live in Exeter!
Fancy a bite to eat? Like Artigiano and its hip classiness? Then you’ll be stoked to find out that Artigiano has started doing Pizza! Click here for the pizza menu The introduction of their Pizza and Nibbles menu a little while back is a further innovation for this beacon of good coffee and free wifi. I was lucky enough to sample some of their pizza … Continue reading Pizza & Nibbles at Artigiano
Now and again I get to work with some awesome companies and brands who I think will benefit diners in Exeter. Recently I have been lucky to be able to work with two different companies who are looking to benefit dining in Exeter through a well thought out and genuine service. Like me, you might be partial to the odd take-away, a sneaky Burger King … Continue reading Deliveroo Arrives in Exeter
When Harry’s Grill & Bar closed in Northernhay Place, it left available a prime spot for a restaurant. The inevitable march of Exeter’s chain restaurants had some worried that the site might be engulfed by some bland corporate named establishment… Enter stage left: James and Rob, founders of Circa 1924, a 1920’s inspired Steak and Seafood Restaurant that is raising the bar for casual-fine dining in … Continue reading Circa 1924, Exeter
http://www.exeterexpressandecho.co.uk/Pieminister-announces-hopes-open-Exeter/story-25819998-detail/story.html This stunningly successful Pie Restaurant is a south West success story. And now they want to come to Exeter. Possibly heading to the Guildhall Dining Quarter? Continue reading Pieminister announces hopes to open Exeter restaurant | Exeter Express and Echo
Exeter isn’t a large city, and eventually things get back to me about restaurants in Exeter that are either truly amazing places to eat or should be just avoided. And one thing that comes back to me quite often is the varying experiences of friends of ours who have visited The Malt House. Take a trip to Trip Advisor and you see a worrying consensus. … Continue reading The Malt House (Harvester), St Thomas, Exeter (3/5)