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@ Angela's
@ Angela’s restaurant in the centre of Exeter is one of those cosy little restaurants serving stellar homemade cuisine that is the perfect place for romantic dates, impromptu mid-week meals and special celebrations. In short, you’ll want to dine here every single night. Run by Richard and Angela who are passionate about local produce and eco-friendly trading, everything at @ Angela’s from the polished silverware to the homemade fudge and chocolates served with your tea and coffee tells you this restaurant is a labour of love. The menu at @ Angela's has a focus on fresh fish and seafood with a French twist, and all the dishes - including the home-baked bread - are created with fresh Devon and Westcounty produce.

Cuisine: French
Location: 38 New Bridge Street, Exeter, EX4 3AH [Map]

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Conservatory Restaurant
For a taste of the Mediterranean without leaving the West Country look no further than Exeter’s The Conservatory. With huge windows obscured by white blinds, tall exotic plants and Swedish-meets-French countryside painted furniture you almost feel it would be a shame to call in after sunset. But come in for dinner and you’ll find yourself in an intimate and romantic setting perfect for that relaxed dinner to help you forget about bills, work and worries. Sail away on a culinary cruise through Europe as the menu takes you from Britain via France and in to Italy and beyond with plenty of local ingredients to keep the flavours fresh and delicious.

Cuisine: Mediterranean
Location: 18 North Street, Exeter, EX4 3QS [Map]

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Harry's Grill Bar
In an unassuming red brick building on Northernhay Place you’ll find Harry’s Grill Bar. Head inside and you’ll find a hugely stylish little spot with exposed barn-like beams and funky red walls. Pull up a seat or slide in to one of the massive high backed booths and enjoy the laid back atmosphere. Once you’ve soaked in the vibes you’ll be ready to turn your attentions to a menu that requires your full concentrations – totally local produce with an emphasis on gorgeous Devon reared beef. Other options are available, from fish to veggie dishes but the meat eaters among you won’t be able to resist cooked to order steaks steaming hot from the grill.

Cuisine: British
Location: 6 Northernhay Place, Bailey Street, Exeter, EX4 3QJ [Map]

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MC Café Bar & Grill
MC Café Bar is the dining room of Exeter’s ABode, the first in a chain of seriously style conscious hotels currently springing up across the UK. We could tell you about comfy mattresses and LCD televisions in every room but instead we’re here to talk food. And when you’re talking food in the South West one name springs to mind – Michael Caines – and he is indeed the titular MC. Involved in ABode from the brand’s inception Caines has leant his name not only to the sleek restaurant but to this loosened tie version, the Café Bar. Open throughout the day and in to the evening the comfortable café offers simple food for breakfast, lunch and any in between snacks which might take your fancy before becoming a fully fledged restaurant-bar with live jazz and DJs to keep things chilled.

Cuisine: European
Location: Abode Exeter, The Royal Exchange, Catherdral Yark, Exeter, EX1 1HD [Map]

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Michael Caines at ABode
toptable Dining Awards 2010 - Runner-up: Celebrity Chef Restaurant. The South West’s favourite Chef, Michael Caines has teamed up with Hotelier Andrew Brownsword to create ABode, a chain of hotels whose restaurants bear the Caines seal of approval. The flagship restaurant, Michael Caines at ABode in Exeter, sets the scene for the whole ABode brand with a slick and stylish dining room and to die for menu. The earth toned restaurant with its solid wooden floors, immaculately laid out tables has a relaxed and intimate atmosphere and unobtrusive but friendly service paves the way for an exciting menu. As one of Britain’s most celebrated Chef’s Caines is a real champion of local food, so expect to find the West Country’s finest used in imaginative ways in a tastebud tingling European menu.

Cuisine: European
Location: Abode Exeter, The Royal Clarence, Cathedral Yard, Exeter, EX1 1HD [Map]

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Oliva Restaurant
Had a hard day at the office? There's nothing quite like a jug of Spanish sangria and some salt cod croquettes to get your mind off your workday woes, and we love the chilled-out Mediterranean vibe at Oliva Restaurant in Topsham, just outside of Exeter in Devon. Renowned for its fantastic tapas, fresh seafood and paellas, this family-run restaurant with its sunny terrace, is a stylish spot ideal for romantic rendezvous, parties and long, lazy lunches with friends. Locals love the spicy Spanish menu, and favourite dishes include the mussels cooked in white wine, garlic and cream served with crusty French bread or fries, and the grilled local sea bass served with tomato and crab mash and coriander butter.

Cuisine: Spanish
Location: 6 - 7 Fore Street, Topsham, Exeter, EX3 0HF [Map]

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Olive Tree Restaurant
The Olive Tree Restaurant in Exeter’s City Centre in the Queen’s Court Hotel, serves inventive British cuisine with such flair that AA has awarded it a coveted rosette. The dining room is stylish and comfortable with soft chandelier lighting, Venetian mask art, gilt-framed mirrors, fresh flowers on the tables and an air of modern refinement. Chef Darren Knockton uses the freshest of local ingredients in expertly-prepared dishes like seared fillet of sea bass in saffron potato on a bed of caviar, slowly braised pork cheek with haricot bean purée, beetroot and pickled shiitake, and signature crème brûlée. The wine list at The Olive Tree has been carefully compiled to complement the modern British dishes. For Exeter city centre dining in elegant surroundings with an extremely confident and inventive menu and caring, professional service, The Olive Tree restaurant is a perfect choice.

Cuisine: British
Location: Queens Court Hotel, Bystock Terrace, Exeter, EX4 4HY [Map]

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The Atrium Restaurant
The Atrium Restaurant makes the very most of its rather spectacular setting. Within the acclaimed Woodbury Park Hotel in Devon, a beautiful spot in amongst acres of wonderful countryside, The Atrium occupies a prime location. Superb high ceilings make for a light, airy atmosphere, yet the restaurant is nonetheless romantic, intimate and refined, the décor classical and warm. With around half of its food sourced from within fifty miles The Atrium’s kitchen is dedicated to offering simple, unpretentious British food, the menu faithfully following the seasons in order to maximise flavour. A comprehensive wine list includes fairtrade, organic and local labels, sealing a reputation which has seen The Atrium earn an AA Rosette.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: Woodbury Park Hotel and Golf Club, Woodbury Castle, Woodbury, Exeter, EX5 1JJ [Map]

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The Galley Restaurant
Overlooking the beautiful quay in historic Topsham, The Galley Restaurant is famed throughout the South West for its impeccable seafood menu. A short drive from the busy university town of Exeter, The Galley provides an opportunity to really ‘get away from it all’ and it comes as little surprise to learn that it’s a firm fixture on the foodie’s tourist trail. In a fifteenth century merchant’s house offering panoramic views of the River Exe as it meanders towards the sea, diners experience the culinary delights of Devon – what the owners like to refer to as ‘Devon on a plate’. A daily changing menu of seafood specials using the best produce from local day boats is accompanied by a wide range of regionally produced meats and vegetables. Surprisingly credit card kind, The Galley Restaurant is as perfect for business and family dining as it is for special occasion romance and celebrations.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: 41 Fore Street, Topsham, Exeter, EX3 0HU [Map]

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Zizzi
Italian restaurant chain Zizzi opened the doors of its very first branch in London's Chiswick in 1999. Now there are over 100 branches, all decorated in an appealing contemporary style. Wood-fired ovens, open kitchens and modern interior design with locally influenced art features make for a vibrant atmosphere. As for the food, they serve up a variety of traditional Italian dishes including all the usual suspects: salads, antipasti, pasta, pizza, calzone, risotto as well as fish and meat mains and desserts. What Zizzi really pride themselves on is sourcing good quality ingredients; salads are dressed with white balsamic vinegar from Modena, for example, and offer Goddess Olives, a variety known for their firm flesh and nutty flavour. The modestly priced wine list is dominated by Italian wines, starting at £13.45 for a Montepulciano d'Abruzzo. Exeter's branch of Zizzi is on the famous Gandy Street, just off the high street and right by Exeter Central station. The large open plan dining area is perfect for parties and family groups.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 21-22 Gandy Street, Exeter, EX4 3LS [Map]

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