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A friendly, intimate restaurant specialising in fresh local food, @Angela's restaurant in Exeter serves passionately prepared cuisine in an ideal location close to Exeter Cathedral and Exeter St Thomas railway station. Offering high quality seafood, meat, game and vegetarian dishes, @Angela's is committed to using eco-friendly produce, sourced from the finest local suppliers. Signature dishes include Roasted Duck Breast with caramelised orange sauce and Baked Filo Parcel filled with mushroom and walnut duxelle. Each main course is served with fresh vegetables and potatoes, and dietary requirements can be catered for on request. Children of all ages are welcome, making @Angela's a superb restaurant…
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We recently had lunch at this restaurant and we found the service to be very friendly but the food was just okay.
They do a two course lunch for about £12, the starter was very good, the vegetables good but the main course of steak...More
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GalleyslaveExeter, Owner at @Angela's, responded to this reviewResponded October 9, 2008
I hear you, however you failed to make your unhappiness clear to Angela at the time when asked.
You finished your meals & left a Tip.
Your negative remarks are taken on board and my butcher & I will do better next time.
September 08 was the second time we visited @ Angela's and we will be returning whenever we take our daughter to and from uni. She came with us this time and bearing in mind she is one of the fussiest eaters I know - she...More
The owners were friendly and the food very good. We discovered that they are usually closed on Sunday, so we were lucky that they had decided to open because it was a bank holiday. That explained why it was so quiet - although apparently the...More
We took our daughter and two of her friends to this restaurant in Exeter last week and had the best meal there that we can remember having in an English restaurant over the last three years. It is a small establishment run by a delightful...More