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Exeter Food & Drink Trail

  1. Foodie heaven: 36 hours in Exeter
    Spend 3 nights in Exeter indulging in the best this foodie city has to offer when it comes to high quality local food and drink. Visit some of the city's best restaurants and tour some of the local producers renowned nationally for the high quality of their product.
  2. At Quicke’s we understand that great cheesemaking is an art. For nearly 500 years we have been committed to working with our valley and its seasons, using our passion, dedication, understanding and expertise to craft great cheese from the very best milk produced from our land.
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  3. Exeter Cookery School
    Come and learn to cook the food of your dreams in our converted 1830s warehouse on Exeter's historic quayside.
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  4. Exeter Gin
    Exeter's own premium gin made in small batches and produced in a traditional copper still.
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  5. At Roly's Fudge, visitors can watch fudge being made right in front of their eyes. Using artisan methods, the fudge is a melt-in-the-mouth experience made in a variety of flavours.
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  6. Pebblebed Wines
    Pebblebed Vineyards cover a total area of 23 acres at Ebford near Topsham and at West Hill near Ottery St Mary. The tasting cellar is in the centre of Topsham close to the Quay.
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  7. Eat vegan in Exeter!

    It's not as hard as you may think to find vegan dishes in Exeter!

    14 Jan 2019

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  1. Add Zita's - The Old Malthouse to your Itinerary

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    Zita's - The Old Malthouse

    Exeter

    Our story

    We are proud to be independent and do not compromise on our values and quality. Our mission is to take fresh, locally sourced ingredients and combine them to create our own twist. Our menus are carefully written to best select the...

  2. Add Lympstone Manor Hotel, Restaurant and Vineyard to your Itinerary

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    Lympstone Manor Hotel, Restaurant and Vineyard

    Exmouth

    Michael Caines MBE, chef/patron of Lympstone Manor, is one of Britain’s most popular and well-known chefs. The holder of two Michelin stars for 18 consecutive years, he is now delighted to have been awarded a Michelin star for Lympstone Manor just...

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  3. Add Rockfish Exeter to your Itinerary

    Rockfish Exeter

    Exeter

    Amongst the treats at this consistently award-winning restaurant are sustainably sourced and locally landed seafood, often cooked within hours of being caught. From your table by the Quayside enjoy simple, relaxed, ingredient-driven quality food for...

  4. Add Hotel Du Vin to your Itinerary

    Hotel Du Vin

    Exeter

    Bistro du Vin is at the heart of our hotel in Exeter. Experience an elegant and informal setting for lunch and dinner - where our esteemed guests can meet, celebrate or simply pass the time.

  5. Add The Oddfellows to your Itinerary

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    The Oddfellows

    Exeter

    Only a stones throw away around the corner from the hustle and bustle of Exeter High Street, our independent, relaxed and friendly gastro bar will be sure to please.

  6. Add Princesshay - Honeyscribe Hive Beelines to your Itinerary

    Princesshay - Honeyscribe Hive Beelines

    Exeter

    Join us on Saturday 22nd September from 10am – 4pm for a series of free, bee-themed arts events in collaboration with Honeyscribe celebrating the Princesshay City Bee Project & honey harvest in Bampfylde Lane, Princesshay.