Caitlin Barr gives her honest review of the newest Percy Pig creation
Festive Treats Josie Orr shares her favourite sweet and savoury festive bakes! The Christmas season is well and truly upon us, and this means that our favourite Christmas recipes are too! As soon as the festive season arrives, I can’t help but start to get excited about all the food that comes with it; be […]
Review: Sacred Grounds
Online Lifestyle Editor Amy Butterworth visits Exeter’s best kept (vegan) secret If you’re yearning for an escape from the claustrophobic hustle and bustle of Exeter’s city centre, then amble over to Fore Street to find Foodie Exeter’s best kept secret. It’s neatly tucked away in the quaint yet concealed McCoy’s Arcade, which makes it’s name, […]
Grab a slice, here’s the tea
As the old risks shutting down in irrecoverable depth, we welcome new places to eat our problems away. But which will be the chosen one? Finally, a decisive rundown of our best places.
Review: Base and Barley
B ase and Barley is the latest venture from Exeter’s poshest coffee shop chain, Artigiano. Situated just a stone’s throw away from The Old Firehouse and across from the (in)famous King Billy pub, the restaurant opened its doors last week, offering pundits and foodies alike the chance to sample their Italian sourdough pizzas, craft beer and cocktails. […]