Have been here a few times when in Exeter for lunch and not surprised it's a favourite with many of the people who work nearby. It still has an old world feel but the menu is imaginative and varied as well as being reasonably priced. Often have to ask what some of the dishes are (obviously don't watch enough celebrity chefs on TV) but have never been disappointed. Great range of wines by the glass from Italy, Spain, France, Argentina etc as well as fine range of whiskeys. Good choice of real ales too. Love the bread (+ olive oil, sea salt and pepper) to nibble before the main dish arrives - nice touch.
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