The West Country Restaurants

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This outpost of an Italian chain has secured an enviable site in a part-medieval, part-Georgian building opposite the cathedral. With...

Herbie's

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  • Vegetarian

A mellow stop, this friendly vegetarian bistro with wood floors and simple tables is ideal for unwinding over leisurely conversation.

Michael Caines Restaurant

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  • British

Perfectly located within the Cathedral Close, this ultrachic restaurant is in the centuries-old building that is now the ABode Exeter.

Ship Inn

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Here you can lift a tankard of stout in the very rooms where Sir Francis Drake and Sir Walter Raleigh enjoyed their ale. Drake, in fact,...

Tea on the Green

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Near the cathedral, this child-friendly tearoom is ideal for lunch, coffee, or snacks when you're seeing the sights. You can also sample...

The Prospect

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At this pub you can contemplate the quayside comings and goings over a pint of real ale and a hot or cold meal. The nautical theme comes...

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