This week, Exeter Cathedral announced a little Spanish something would be heading into their café. This came in the form of a new tapas menu to run on Thursday evenings, it is certainly one not to be missed.
If you are a lover of Spanish tapas, then this new menu will be right up your street. Starting today (30th June), the Cathedral will be open for tapas and wine nights on Thursdays between 4.00pm and 7.00pm. This gives you the chance to try Spanish specialties such as patatas bravas, a mixture of lightly fried potatoes in a smoky tomato sauce, empandillas, little Spanish beef pasties, and calamares fritos which are squid rings fried in a light batter. This is just a little taster of what the new menu will bring.
Not only can you have a taste of this fantastic Spanish food, but they will also be offering refreshing jugs of Sangria and Pimms! There is no need to take a holiday abroad with offerings like this right on your doorstep.
Sat in the heart of the city centre, the Cathedral are offering 3 plates of tapas, as well as a jug of Sangria for just £15, an offer you just could not refuse! Available only up until the end of August 2016, why not pop in after work or a long day of shopping and experience the culinary delights that the Cathedral will be offering.
The Exeter Cathedral also offers a range of traditional Devonshire culinary delights, such as a classic cream tea, a range of breakfasts and light lunches available from 9.30am Monday-Saturday and is just one of the fantastic restaurants in Exeter.