If you’re a lover of great independent, quirky places to eat and drink, you’ll be spoilt for choice in Exeter City Centre. From restaurants to coffee shops, we have rounded up some of our favourite places.
Located on Fore Street, The Glorious Art House offers a unique dining experience. The colourful, quirky décor makes this a must-visit café in Exeter. As well as offering a tempting array of food and drinks, including delicious brunches and handmade cakes, the café also hosts regular art exhibitions and creative events.
Another unique spot for a delicious meal on Fore Street is The Flat. Why not try the restaurant’s popular freshly-prepared, organic vegetarian and vegan pizzas? This is the perfect place to go if you’re looking for a great selection of ethically-sourced, homemade food in Exeter.
For those coffee lovers, try Caffé Espresso. A real hidden gem within Exeter, you’ll find fantastic coffee and a range of sandwiches and freshly baked cakes. This is a fantastic spot to enjoy beautiful views of the historic Exeter Castle.
Head to North Street and you’ll find two of Exeter’s most popular indies which are not to be missed. For those vegetarians and vegans, Herbies Wholefood Restaurant is a great place to go, both at lunchtime and for dinner. Offering an array of dishes inspired by cuisines from all over the world, there’s something to please everyone at Herbies.
The Conservatory is one of Exeter’s most popular restaurants, and it’s clear why. Serving up a range of delicious, beautifully presented dishes and locally-sourced seafood, it’s a great choice for those looking for somewhere extra special to dine in Exeter City Centre.
For even more great independent places to eat and drink within Exeter, try our guide.