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DEE YI is a lovely chinese restaurant near to the town center,it has chinese furnishings and chinese music playing a great atmosphere,its exellent.
Favorite Dish: Crispy Duck the best,house special curry,beef in black bean sauce and the crab claws are lovely, well worth a visit.
Updated Sep 16, 2005
Address: 21A Heavitree road Exeter
Phone: 01392 426600
Set in an 18th century building,the Red Square is Exeters only Russian Resturant,the food is mouth watering,tasty starters,main dishes and desserts or choose from the set menu.Check out their website for special offers during the year.
Updated Sep 16, 2005
Address: Rougemont house,castle street Exeter
Phone: 01392 411292
Having passed The Red Square restaurant many times I decided John's birthday was as good excuse as any to check it out. Because it is set away from the High Street it has a lovely secluded air. Passing through a metal gate, down a ramp and through a stone archway you enter a cobbled courtyard with tables and chairs set out for dry weather.
Inside the decor is mellow; a balalaika on the red wall, russian dolls on display, a set of large chess pieces. There is also a small bar where you can smoke and try out the 20 something varieties of vodka. They even serve the stuff with the gold flakes in it.
As this was a family affair we took our three kids along. Before we'd even finished ordering, Saul, probably suffering an overdose of easter eggs, managed to throw up all over John's new (birthday present) shirt. The owner, Irina, wasn't the least bit fazed, wouldn't hear of our cleaning it up (luckily most went on John's shirt not the floor) and told us off when we apologised profusely. So definately a kid friendly place!
There was no problem about bringing our own birthday cake, champagne for toasting the birthday boy and an accordian to accompany the Happy Birthday song. High chair also provided for the little one.
Favorite Dish: The food was...well...Russian. No dreadful kids menu featuring fishfingers or chicken nuggets. Ours ate blini(pancakes) with a small order of fries and a taste from each of the adults plates.
The starters were filling and I recommend the Siberian pelmeni, little mince filled dumplings. I wanted to try the bortsch but didn't feel I would do the main course justice if I did. Maybe next time.
We tried the beef strogonoff, Golubtsy (stuffed cabbage leaves served in a beautiful garlic and tomato sauce), Perets Farshrovany (stuffed peppers), Utka Po - Odessky (very garlicky duck breast in a cream sauce) and chicken ragout. Vegetables and sour, dark rye bread were also put on the table. No body made it to dessert as we were all too stuffed by then.
Interestingly our lovely Russian waitress had come to England to study Spanish.
Delicious food, great service and reasonable prices.
Written Apr 9, 2005
Phone: 01392 411292
A small restaurant/take away where you can get a tasty plate of food for under a fiver.
A bit rough around the edges (what do you expect from some gruff Mediterranean fishermen?) but a very friendly welcome all the same.
Favorite Dish: I had chicken with rice and salad which was very tasty!
They have the best coffee in town according to the local independent press, but the espresso machine was out of order during our visit.
Written Oct 13, 2004
Address: Longbrook Street
This restaurant is the ultimate experience if you like seafood.
The chef is an artist and master-chef.
"Our Business is all about dreams and stories, adding depth and interest into people's lives in an ever changing world
We reflect a slight contemporary twist and unique style being exotic and healthy with a little added touch of elegance.
Cooking is an art, consisting of opposing elements (yin & yang) you might say!
Based on traditional Buddhist values, Sanuk is about not being caught up in the everyday chaos which distracts you from being to take life as it comes and transcend reality.
Literally, its meaning is 'to enjoy' or 'to have pleasure'. "
Favorite Dish: .
* Gold award winning Dartmouth kiln roasted salmon, with crisp mixed leaves, creamed cheese, warm blini's
& delicate slivers of mango
* A robust, but mellow experience using local fish & shellfish, finished with an exotic Cajun edge
* Kombucha! A magical explosion of delicately grilled fillets of Halibut, gently topped with slivers of mousse de foie gras, resting beautifully upon a seaweed, parsnip & celeriac mash, garnished with chilli ice cream, seared scallops & masked with a snipped herb, ginseng & caviar butter sauce
Updated Jun 8, 2003
Address: The Galley, 41 Fore Street, Topsham, Devon
This is a very warm & friendly family run business where you're made to feel like one of the family. Fantastic cream teas as well as other home made cakes. This is the best ... yum :)
Updated Mar 24, 2006
Address: It's located on the Quaysite
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