Category: Good Food

  • 30th September 2017

Granola and Muesli by Deliciously Ella

When I heard the news that Deliciously Ella was bringing out her own granola and muesli range, I couldn’t contain my excitement! Since entering adulthood, strangely I have become a massive breakfast fan. I say strangely as I used to absolutely hate breakfast as a teenager. I would go to school with my stomach full…

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  • 2nd September 2017

Afternoon Tea at the Enchanting Lewtrenchard Manor

Being British gives you a great excuse to be all over an afternoon tea! I mean, according to Downton Abbey, we’re supposed to have afternoon tea every day right? I absolutely love a good afternoon tea purely because I just love cake, scones and cute sandwiches. I love it even better when you get a…

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  • 27th May 2017

Turtle Bay launches new Veggie Menu

Caribbean vibes, an assortment of tantalising cocktails and delicious food covered in Jamaican jerk spice – what more could you want on a Wednesday night? I was invited by the kind team at Turtle Bay to try their brand new menu, the first big update since the restaurant opened at Exeter’s Queen St. Dining. The…

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  • 16th May 2017

National Vegetarian Week

Hey lovely readers! I’m sure your social media feeds have been dominated by the fact that it’s National Vegetarian Week! Although I’m not a strict vegetarian myself, a large part of my diet excludes meat, simply because I’m not a big fan and I don’t like to cook with it. I also recognise that there…

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  • 12th May 2017

City Gate Hotel launches in Exeter

I was kindly invited to the launch of the City Gate Hotel located at Exeter’s Iron Bridge on Thursday. The Youngs Brewery pub and hotel has recently undergone a refurbishment, transforming it into a modern place to either stay or simply relax with a drink. On arrival, we were greeted by friendly staff who offered…

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  • 30th April 2017

Review: The Rum and Crab Shack

I’m constantly on the lookout for new places to eat and drink in Exeter. There are so many great eateries in the city now that we truly are spoilt for choice. I’ve been meaning to try The Rum and Crab Shack for a while having first come across them on Twitter. Situated on Catherine Street,…

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  • 10th April 2017

Review: POLPO

Nestled in the heart of Exeter, you will now find the charming and authentic POLPO. Serving Venetian dishes that ooze flavour, POLPO is the eighth and final restaurant to complete the Queen St. Dining line-up. Opening its first restaurant on Beak Street in September 2009, POLPO describes itself as “a humble restaurant serving simple food…

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  • 19th March 2017

Review: Prezzo

Italian food is one of my absolute favourite cuisines. I go crazy for a good pasta dish and there’s nothing I love more than a pizza that is fully-loaded with delicious, fresh toppings. I’ve been to Prezzo before but have never written a review so I thought I’d share with you what I thought of…

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  • 1st March 2017

Review: No1 Polsloe

Just a two minute walk away from where we live sits No1 Polsoe – an independently owned, charming café in the middle of Exeter. Admittedly from the outside, it doesn’t look like anything too special, just a regular cafe you might find in any town hence the reason that I’ve never really considered visiting. However,…

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  • 18th February 2017

Review: Coal Grill & Bar, Exeter

Last week, Ollie and I decided to go out for dinner to celebrate being together for one whole year! We had our first date at Coal Grill & Bar in Exeter so we thought it would be fitting to re-visit the restaurant which is based in Princesshay. I am a big fan of Coal having…

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