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Devon Coffee – The worst coffee shop in Exeter


A number of people have said that Devon Coffee does the best coffee in Exeter, but that the service is terrible. After my last article about coffee and food, I thought that I would go along and see what the fuss is about. I actually managed to walk right past the place the first time. … Continue reading

Don’t be afraid to complain in a restaurant.


I learnt a very valuable lesson when I was quite young. It’s a very simple lesson, ┬ábut one that many British can’t seem to grasp. If you’re served food in a restaurant that doesn’t match the description, taste nice, or is sub-standard, complain. Restaurants make their money by having people come to them, buy their … Continue reading

Samuel Jones lives up to the hype.


My friends and family all understand one very important thing about me when it comes to food. It’s very simple and can be expressed as “Woe betide any restaurant that fails in the ‘feed me, satisfy me’ area, because I must admit that I get quite pissy.” One such restaurant that suffered my ire, and … Continue reading

When a restaurant fails to live up to its own hype


I recently went to the new Cosy Club in Exeter with some friends of mine. It was an all-male convivial that will hopefully be held on a monthly basis. Mostly to get together, eat good food, drink good booze (Haymans is bloody lovely) and have a chat. Not a natter, because that’s what the ladies … Continue reading

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