Tag: food blogger

  • 19th August 2018

Review: Pho Café

Exeter is growing into this incredible foodie destination and it’s really hard to think of a cuisine that isn’t available in the city nowadays. Adding to its ever-expanding portfolio is Pho Café, the latest restaurant to open in the Queen St. Dining quarter. Whilst I was really sad to hear that Polpo was closing, I…

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  • 12th May 2018

Exeter Festival of South West Food and Drink 2018

Every spring the West Country’s finest food and drink producers flood to Exeter to proudly showcase their produce. At the Exeter Festival of South West Food and Drink 2018, hosted in Northernhay Gardens and Exeter Castle, we got to meet hundreds of Devon and Cornwall’s food and drink producers. The marquees were filled with wonderful…

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  • 25th April 2018

Review: ASK Italian

Who doesn’t love a good Italian meal? Creamy pasta dishes, fluffy pizzas swamped in toppings and not to mention buttery garlic bread. There are so many Italian restaurant chains on our high streets, most of which I’ve reviewed on this blog, but which one is truly the best? Let me tell you a little about…

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  • 10th December 2017

Seven Days as a Vegan

Veganism seems to be on the rise. I don’t know about you, but I am increasingly seeing vegan cook books gracing the shelves of bookstores, the vegan section of the supermarket expanding and vegan bloggers dominating my Instagram feed. I’ve always been interested in knowing exactly where my food comes from as I think it…

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  • 26th November 2017

Review: Have a Caribbean Christmas at Turtle Bay

Yey! It’s officially less than one month until Christmas! To help us get into the Christmas spirit, the kind team at Exeter’s Turtle Bay invited us in to try their brand new Christmas menu. This is the first time that the Caribbean restaurant chain has offered a festive menu so we were keen to see…

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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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