We may be sad to say goodbye to summer, but with the colder months soon to be upon us Warrens Bakery is reminding us of all there is to love about the great British winter. A well-loved tradition reminding us of times gone by, the Sunday roast makes a welcome return to dining tables across the country as a staple winter warmer. But now, with … Continue reading The World’s oldest Cornish Pasty maker introduces the Roast Pasty
See your recipe served up on the menu at urbanburger, Exeter’s original burger restaurant Exeter’s original burger restaurant, urbanburger, is today launching the ‘What’s your beef?’ competition inviting people to create the ultimate burger and win a place on the menu. Recipes will be judged by a panel of food experts with the winning burger being included on urbanburger’s menu. In addition, to this accolade … Continue reading ‘What’s your beef’ Devon burger fans? New Urbanburger competition!
As a frequent traveller on the A303 I have often passed what once used to be The Newcott Chef and has since been transformed into the Route Restaurant 303 (it has a twin in Cornwall on the A38) but to date had yet to go there. Well Friday saw me on my travels eastward again and this seemed to be the opportune place to stop … Continue reading Route Restaurant 303, A303 Yarcombe, Devon
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 fry up and Wednesday was one of those days. So with nothing in the fridge and the major advantage of living in a seaside town, daughter and I headed off in search of … Continue reading The Beach Cafe, Dawlish
RUBY Modern Diner at 74 Queen Street in Exeter has won GOLD at Taste of the West for the second year running. Erin Allgrove from Modern Diners Ltd said, To win this award once is great but two years in a row is fantastic. I’m delighted that the hard work of our team and the great provenance of our local suppliers has been recognised by … Continue reading RUBY takes GOLD at Taste of the West
Another burger related adventure! Fatso, our in-house Burger Addict looks at a Morrison’s Cafe Build A Burger deal. http://beerburgerandbeyond.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/the-build-burger-morrisons-in-store.html Continue reading Beer, Burger and Beyond Build A Burger at Morrison’s Cafe
You could be forgiven that taking your first steps in to Exeter’s newest Burger joint, would be accompanied by signing in and finding a hard hat from the site manager’s office. But this fully functioning slice of New York inspired industrial chic has a quirky-vintage twang which needs to be appreciated as part of what makes The HubBox a completely unique establishment in Exeter. I … Continue reading The HubBox, 183 Sidwell Street
This post is a guest post and views represented here are not endorsed by Eating Exeter. Are you looking for a takeaway in the Exeter area? No matter what your taste in cuisine, there is plenty of choice for you. Everything from Thai to Chinese. Perhaps you are just looking for a Kebab or a Pizza after a night out on the town. There … Continue reading Guest Post: Uldis Freipics writes about takeaways in Exeter (via ordertakeaways.co.uk)
The Tab reviews the Cheeseburger Pizza from Pizza Hut. It looks horrendous. But this review will give you the final say about whether its worth wasting all those precious pounds on something that looks like its been farted out of a pizza oven. Continue reading The Tab reviews the Cheeseburger Pizza from Pizza Hut.
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 good, with no bills to pay, major life changing things yet to come and your whole existence just waiting for you. Oddly enough this rather dramatic thought, especially for a humble foodblog like … Continue reading Haldon Forest Diner, Haldon Hill, A38 4/5
It sounded so promising and looked so delicious as they always do on the boards outside. For £2 you get a Bacon Sub and a cup of Coffee, or a hot drink of your choosing. And for one who is coming up to the poor-end of payday, it seemed like a value option that was worth a try. In my many years of eating terrible … Continue reading Express Review: Subway Breakfast Sub £2
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
Lynton and Lynmouth sits on the North Devon coast. It has a rugged windswept beauty that most little towns in that part of the world posses. Tucked under the gigantic cliffs that is created as Exmoor collides with the Bristol Channel, it is only accessible via a network of windy roads which during the summer months are full of buses, cars and camper-vans all heading … Continue reading Special Dispatch: Fish On The Harbour, Lynmouth, Devon.
Tiverton is not known for its Chinese Restaurants. The only descent Chinese Restaurant in Tiverton is the Golden Panda I have been told. Then there is The Orient and China Xpress on Distribution Road, and really the choice stops there. We were coming back from a tiring day, and the best thing you can eat on a Saturday night after any tiring day is Chinese, … Continue reading Daily Chef, 3 Angel Terrace, Tiverton – Special Dispatch