Are you looking to wine and Dine in the amazing The Cathedral City of Exeter? Exeter is situated alongside the River Exe, offering visitors and locals alike the opportunity to sample a great variety of specialities, from fresh seafood and produce from Devonshire farms to international cuisine from some of the best restaurants in the country.Exeter builders, Complete Project Management is well positioned to give you our finest food recommendations. We have therefore put together a guide of the top restaurants in Exeter, Read on and get those taste buds blossoming!
On The Waterfront “Along the River Exe”
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner 7 days a week from 10am till 11.00pm, this restaurant is one of Exeter’s most popular places to eat. It serves only top quality, locally sourced foods, including pizzas, steaks, salad, and burgers.
It has also an owner Cask Marque, which means you can enjoy a good pint of local ale. The amazing terrace is perfectly located on Exeter’s picturesque riverbank and is the ideal place to have an intimate dinner, beautiful parties or professional business meetings thanks to the long room and breathtaking views of the river. The Waterfront offers you the possibility to enjoy the service of takeaway pizza and during the festive period, you can book your magical Christmas party.
Carluccio’s – Exeter – “Taste of Italy in Exeter”
Carluccio’s is located close to Exeter Cathedral and is a short walk from Exeter Central railway station. It offers a delicious range of classic Italian dishes made using the highest quality Italian ingredients. The menu also includes vegetarian and gluten free options. Carluccio’s is the perfect place for a romantic date, party or simply to catch up with friends. You can also enjoy Free WiFi and outdoor dining.
Carluccio’s is a famous chain, with over 100 restaurants in different cities from Turkey to the United Arab Emirates. In 2010, Carluccio’s founded a sustainable restaurant association to improve social and environmental impact of their operations. This restaurant chain also has an online shop where you can buy hampers and gift boxes with the best Italian products or books and DVDs full of Italian recipes.
Côte – “Luxury French Escape”
Dedication to service, quality of ingredients. Côte a modern French brasserie offering typical french dishes. Open 7 days a week, it is situated along the Cathedral Yard. Every day the staff provide an excellent dining experience with ingredients of the highest quality, at great value for money and continuously exceed the expectations of guests. The specials menu changes monthly so the products are always fresh and you have something new to try. Finally, if you want to make an alternative present for food and drink lovers, you can buy a gift voucher that can be redeemed at any Côte Brasserie.
Exeter’s Conservatory Restaurants – “Back to Tudor Time”
The Conservatory in Exeter is open from Tuesday to Saturday and is one of Exeter’s most popular restaurants, The Conservatory is located on North Street and was founded 15 years ago in a building dating back to 1600 – in fact, many come from miles around to see the walls of Tudor times. Surrounded by a light and airy environment, it offers a modern menu with seasonal products to provide a real taste of Devon. The majority of produce is locally sourced from suppliers who share the same passion for excellent food.
The Jack In The Green – “The Five Star Day in Nature”
This restaurant situated in east Exeter gives you the chance to spend a day surrounded by nature. All dishes are made with their own products such as beef, chicken, and duck. The Jack In The Green is the ideal place to celebrate a memorable occasion such as a birthday or special anniversary or an also wedding reception. Connected with the Grange Court Hotel, you have the possibility to stay and explore the historic city centre of Exeter or walk along the beautiful coastline and beaches