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The Galley
Shiver me timbers! The harbour town of Topsham, just outside Exeter might be more likely to face an assault of eager tourists than civil war naval assaults these days but Chef and Alternative Therapist Paul Da-Costa Greaves’ The Galley restaurant is keeping the nautical theme alive. With views across the harbour and an interior to make the hardiest of seadogs jealous – wicker seating, exposed brick, even sea themed murals on walls – the look is quirky and eclectic. Fresh fish from Exmouth or Brixham and traceable ingredients are prepared and cooked to order in a kitchen run under Zen principles. The inventive menu includes not only moreish fish dishes but a seductive dessert menu to excite your senses.
Address: 41 Fore Street, Topsham
Price range: Under £24 / €34
Cuisines: Seafood

Michael Caines at ABode
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@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.
Address: Abode Exeter, The Royal Clarence, Cathedral Yard
Price range: £35-£44 / €50-
Cuisines: Other

MC Cafe Bar
MC Cafe 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.
Address: Abode Exeter, The Royal Exchange, Catherdral Yark
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: Thai, European

The Atrium @ Woodbury Park Hotel
In five hundred acres of prime Devon countryside sits the 4 Star Woodbury Park Hotel, home of The Atrium, the second restaurant of the hotel and a high quality venue in its own right. Offering a la carte and lounge bar menus The Atrium caters to your appetite perfectly, producing food of the very highest quality whether you’re in for a snack or planning a lengthy three course dinner. Executive Chef Marion Dorricott and Head Chef Olivier Guyard Mulkerrin have worked together using the very finest local ingredients to create a quarterly menu of classic flavours and beautiful presentation plus an extensive wine list to match your meal.
Address: Woodbury Castle, Woodbury
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
Cuisines: Other

The Restaurant 10 Havana
The Restaurant 10 Havana is a vibrant restaurant on the Commercial Road in Exeter serving delicious Latin American food. The large dining room has a colourful Cuban vibe with bright red and rust orange walls, a lemon yellow staircase and wooden tables and chairs and also boasts a large bar area serving mouth-watering mojitos and sangria. The Restaurant 10 Havana has live bands playing every Friday and Saturday night, and the comedy nights on Sundays are perfect for fun dates and nights out with friends. Favourite dishes include the fajitas served with guacamole and spicy salsa; the beef burgers served with chips and salad; and the 8oz surf 'n' turf steak served with tiger prawns.
Address: 38 Commercial Road
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Other

Conservatory Restaurant - Exeter
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.
Address: 18 North Street
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Other

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.
Address: 6 Northernhay Place, Bailey Street
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Other