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
One of the most well-known of Exeter's fine-dining restaurants, good for formal, French-inspired dishes served in a starchy, white-tablecloth setting. Expect rich things like roast duck, aged Aberdeen Angus beef and steamed turbot, heavy on cream, sauce or red-wine jus.
"It takes a lot to qualify as a 'local' restaurant – can Angela's in Exeter pull it off?"
To qualify for the endearing label "local", it's not enough these days for a restaurant to be within walking distance of the front door. It has to have other, easily identified but hard to realise qualities. These include: a small, familiar main room, with an ambience that tends towards the intimate; ultra-friendly and few waiting staff; and, above all, garrulous owners on hand to take orders, talk about the perils of nearby parking, and ask after your father-in-law's cat. Most of all, the establishment should be named after said owners. By something approaching this alchemy, Angela's in Exeter is a wonderful local restaurant.
Excellent restaurant run by a couple with great local fresh food. Thoroughly recommend it.
The fish is sourced locally and is what is caught so some may not be available. We really enjoyed our first visit and will be back.
Taste Buds Magazine
This restaurant is a hidden gem that has been sparkling in the city for over twelve years. Tucked away in the West Quarter, it is well known for its seasonal, local and freshly cooked food, as well as for its relaxing atmosphere and friendly service
BBC Good Food Magazine
Angela’s, a restaurant run by a warm husband and wife team who take great pride in sourcing local meat and fish. The roasted breast of Westcountry duck is well worth trying.
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