Visitors to this year’s Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink (29th April to 1st May 2017) will be amongst the first to try Lyme Bay Winery’s four new wines. From their stand (5,08) the innovative Devon winery will be sampling and selling two new still white wines; Lyme Bay Sandbar and Bacchus Block,… Continue reading Try Lyme Bay Winery’s Four NEW Wines At Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink
Recently the wonderfully charming Andy Cooper, Editor of Devon Life magazine, lost his darling Zena warrior princess to that awful disease Cancer. Obviously nothing can bring her back or heal the wound fully but as in life one must find the good within the bad. So apart from deciding to run the Taunton half marathon… Continue reading Foodie Fundraising Feast by Lauren Heath
Our part of the world is full of fantastic artisan producers who are all doing fabulous things with food and drink. I live on the north-west side of Exeter, in fact it is easier to go shopping in Crediton than trudge across the city in search of a supermarket. But when we're not food shopping… Continue reading Eating Exeter visits the Crediton Coffee Company by Chris Gower
August 20th is our anniversary and this was the opportunity to go somewhere that had been recommended to us by more than one person. It definitely has a few fans by having a look at the feedback on Google and Facebook, including Latoyah at Sugar Pink Food. Cote Brasserie sits on the Exeter's historic Cathedral… Continue reading Cote Brasserie, Cathedral Green
In the 'real world' my job requires me to work opposite Exeter Central at the large unnamed successful award winning educational institution that lies opposite the station, so The TABAC wasn't a huge surprise for me as I watched with sadness as Whistle Wines became an 'online only' company. But was delighted to hear that… Continue reading The TABAC Taphouse, Queen Street
In this end of the South West, we are quite lucky really. We have a number of popular culinary landmarks that any good foodie must visit at least once in their lifetime. Gidleigh Park, Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant, River Cottage HQ, The Riverford Field Kitchen in Buckfastleigh are for me, those placecs in the popular… Continue reading River Cottage Summer Fair 2015
I would like to introduce you to the new Eating Exeter logo. Its been bugging me for a little while, and although I was quite a fan of the original logo, it needed a little refresh. Same great blog, same oddly written reviews, same photos, just packaged a little differently. So what does it all… Continue reading Eating Exeter: A new logo
Hi there! Just to let you know that I've noticed our http://www.eatingexeter.co.uk URL isn't redirecting to the blog. I am not sure how long this has been like this, so I'm opening a support ticket with my provider to see if I can't get this fixed asap. Cheers, Chris
I actually wrote this last night, but in its dying breathe my main PC froze completely and I lost the text. So I am having another go at telling you chaps what's happening in the world of Eating Exeter over the next few weeks. I've been having a bit of a holiday recently from all things… Continue reading Eating Exeter Update (August-ish)
Generally speaking most 'reviews' you read will have some sort of rating system, and since starting this blog I have been keen to look beyond the 'out-of-five' rating syem that I started off with. I have tried not rating anything, but I feel this then negates the fact its a blog that reviews restaurants and… Continue reading ‘Eating Exeter Recommends’ – a new rating system for Eating Exeter
It seems like no time at all since the last update. We had a really busy June, including a visit to The HH Restaurant, some product reviews and a rather interesting experience at The Red Deer in Crediton. And the end of June and beginning of July seems to be hotting up to be quite… Continue reading Eating Exeter Update – July
A couple of years ago, I started a blog called Beer, Burger and Beyond. I really enjoyed writing this blog, but due to a complete lack of time and the usual 'life stuff' getting in the way, I have decided to put it on an indefinite hiatus. The quest to find Burgers and Beer will… Continue reading Beer, Burger and Beyond: No longer updated
At the beginning of the year I said to myself "I must try and do other things other than Eating Exeter..." and I can safely say that like most new year pledges, that has gone firmly out of the window. June is shaping up to be a busy month on the blog, but it certainly… Continue reading Eating Exeter Update – June 2015
So today marked a little milestone in the history of Eating Exeter. We hit 100,000 views! Its taken 3 years or so to get here, and for a blog that started as an idea three years ago between myself and Polly over a glass of wine, I think this is quite impressive. Thanks to everyone… Continue reading 100,000 views – Thank you!
Beer, Burger and Beyond visit Ruby Burgers Beer, Burger and Beyond had an awesome time at Ruby Burgers last week. They focus hard on locally sourced ingredients and have won a heap of awards recently.