Harry’s Restaurant, Exeter, Devon
According to reviews, Harry’s Restaurant is one of the best places to eat in Exeter, so that alone makes a good reason to go there. It’s quite an eclectic place – the building used to be Harry Hem’s 19th century architectural sculpture workshop, all Gothicky and charming, but for over 25 years it’s been an independently run restaurant which has consistently retained its top-notch reputation.
The atmosphere is great; staff are friendly and welcoming and they know how to make you feel relaxed whether you’re there for a weekend brunch, a leisurely lunch, a cosy dinner or a happy birthday celebration. Food is amazing, honest homemade fare that puts an abundance of top quality ingredients to the best possible use; for example, on the lunch and dinner menu are such temptations as 35 day dry aged steaks, Saffron & pea risotto, Dart’s Farm rack of lamb, Devon Crab linguine or a choice of burgers and sandwiches served with fries and salad. The drinks menu is equally pleasing. In short, there is nothing not to like about Harry’s Restaurant, so if you get chance, go there.
Open: Tues to Fri: Lunch 12.00-2.30pm Dinner 5.45pm-9.30pm
Sat & Sun: Brunch 9.30am-11.30am Lunch 12.00-2.30pm Dinner 5.45pm-9.30pm
T: 01392 202234 All information correct at the time of writing