Tel: 01392 494 222 Princesshay, Exeter, EX1 1GE @giraffetweet Princesshay Shopping Centre is the gleaming modern jewel in the centre of Exeter’s shopping experience. With restaurants and fine High Street names, it replaced the tattered pre-war complex that some of us Exonians still remember with a bizarre nostalgic fondness. When the modern Princesshay opened, with it also opened Giraffe with its slightly westernised versions of world … Continue reading Giraffe World Kitchen, Princesshay by Chris Gower
Recently I was lucky enough to be invited to join Princesshay at their launch of EATS! – an event showcasing the shopping centres restaurants in the run up to some August tasting events for the public. To start with, we were taken through a secret doorway and rode the lift up to the rooftops of the shopping centre to see the city’s bees. A lovely … Continue reading A buzzing event at ‘EATS! at Princesshay’ Launch Party
Princesshay buzzing with Queen Bee success Princesshay’s City Bee project has achieved a massive 90% success rate with its Queen Bee rearing programme with 4 Queen Bees taking to the apiary, situated in the rooftop garden. At the end of May Princesshay bee keeper, Jason Wallis of WeeTree Nurseries will introduce the new queens to the current the hives. Jason Wallis said, “The aim of … Continue reading Princesshay buzzing with Queen Bee success
Tantalising tastes of the summer in Princesshay this August Tasting station dates: 6th, 13th & 20th August 2016 This August, tasting stations will pop up in Princesshay for visitors to sample a taste of summer from Princesshay’s cafes and restaurants*. From pan Asian tastes at Wagamama and Japanese delights from YO! Sushi, modern European dishes from Jamie’s Italian, Café Rouge and Carluccio’s or a proper … Continue reading Tantalising tastes of the summer in Princesshay this August
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)
Ah…Jamie Oliver. It seemed like only yesterday he was prancing around our TV screens with his Essex twist, cooking grub for his mates under the guise of the Naked Chef. Now look at him; a multi-millionaire, multi endorsing force of nature. And you have to hand it to him, a rags to riches story to aspire to for any young and budding chef. The Naked … Continue reading Jamie’s Italian to open in Exeter, Strada to close: Opinion
It was now a few months ago that I saw a tweet somewhere in the twitter-sphere that said Byron Hamburgers were arriving in Exeter. And what was the first thought I had? BYRON ARE COMING TO EXETER! So I was quite happy about this, but I had a few reservations given we already have a number of very nice burger restaurants in Exeter already. First impressions of … Continue reading Byron Hamburgers, Princesshay, Exeter.
Byron is already open! And we’ve got a review up too! Read it here https://eatingexeter.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/byron-hamburgers-princesshay-exeter/ This June, Byron bring proper hamburgers to Exeter with the opening of a restaurant in Princesshay. Byron’s short and simple menu focuses on hamburgers the way they should be: patties made with Scottish beef, cooked medium and served in a soft, squishy bun with minimum fuss. There are just four … Continue reading Byron Hamburgers arrives in Princesshay, Exeter. Not long now!
Byron Burgers to open in Exeter If you’ve been up to London, you might have fallen upon Byron Burgers. In fact they’re starting to appear from Oxford, Northampton to York and now we are going to get one in Exeter. This will be Exeter’s fourth Burger restaurant and I’m quite happy about this, I like Burgers and all the good that they bring to hoi … Continue reading Byron Burgers to open in Exeter
Back in January, I was invited to attend the press night of a new restaurant in Queen St. It was called Ruby Modern Diner and I was very excited. I went away from the night with a great sense of anticipation at what I reckoned was going to be a fantastic restaurant. So I jumped at the invitation to come down and sample some of … Continue reading Ruby Modern Diner, 74 Queen St
Last week I went to Coffee #1 again which is situated at the back of Princesshay on Roman Walk. A small chain of coffee shops across the West Country and Wales (28 to be exact), it specialises serving ethical and gourmet coffee and has been awarded Best Coffee Chain in the UK for the last four years running. It is THE benchmark to aim to … Continue reading Coffee #1, Princesshay