Wagamama is back

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Wagamama at Princesshay has reopened with a fresh new look Head down for all your favourites or why not try their new summer range? The delicious kokoro bowls were created to feed your soul this summer and they’re all under 650 calories. We love the cod mokutan soba with charcoal noodles, two fillets of tender… Read more »

The August bank holiday food guide

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Our last summer bank holiday is just around the corner (boo!) — so we’ve handpicked some of the best local bites to help you make the most of the long weekend Saturday Steak Frites at Café Rouge Indulge yourself this bank holiday with some French bistro fare at Café Rouge. You really can’t go wrong… Read more »

The greatest cocktail guide

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Coal Grill & Bar ‘Summer in a Glass’ is what Coal’s cocktails are all about (it’s also the name of one of its speciality cocktails based around honey vodka). Head to the bar for deals on cocktails (two for £10 or £12, depending on which concoction you choose). Make ours a Mango Martini please! Lloyd’s… Read more »

Get back to school ready

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Getting ready for the children to go back to school can be slightly overwhelming, so we’ve rounded up some inspiration to help you out with the things you need to buy Everyone will need a new pencil case to store all their exciting new stationery and pens in come the new school term. Smiggle, £8.50 Make… Read more »

Summer holiday dining ideas for kids

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Beat the school holiday slump with the best foodie ideas and offers to keep you and the little ones happy Nice spice at Nando’s For a stress-free lunch you can always count on a cheeky bit of chicken. The Nandinos menu is perfect for under 10s with a main and a marinade of your choice… Read more »

The last days of summer at Princesshay

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Make the most of the last bit of summer with sunny dining spots, warm weather must-haves and brilliant beauty… Prep for the ultimate picnic at Chandos Deli Fill that hamper with fresh and cured meats, artisan cheeses and huge gordal olives. Pop down to the Princesshay green where the deckchairs will be up and you… Read more »

Dining from dawn ’til dusk

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From bubbly brunches to late night feasts, dine from dawn ’til dusk at your favourite Princesshay restaurants and cafés Read on for our top picks… 8am: Get your coffee fix Enjoy a freshly brewed hot coffee and buttery croissant to go from Carluccio’s Deli to set you up for your day. If you have time… Read more »

Holiday toys for kids

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We know it can be hard to think of new ways to keep little ones entertained throughout the summer – but worry not! We’ve got you covered with this colourful edit of toys, games and activities…   A snorkel set is a brilliant way to make your child confident and enthusiastic about swimming in the… Read more »

Spotlight on: Café Rouge

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Afternoon teas, bistro food and kids’ menus make a meal at Café Rouge one to remember Did you know Café Rouge’s Seasonal Set Menu features amazing new dishes made using seasonal ingredients? Enjoy two courses from just £11.95! Café Rouge is known for croques and classic moules, through to 35-day aged steaks, plus decadent desserts…. Read more »

Let’s lunch!

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At Princesshay, a tasty lunch needn’t break the bank. These delicious options from the menus at our restaurants each cost £10 or less, and are available every day of the week! Is it 1pm yet?  Prepare to feel hungry…  Carluccio’s Grabbing lunch with a friend? Pay Carluccio’s a visit where you can share the Grandioso… Read more »

Tastes of summer

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Giraffe The new Karaage Japanese style fried chicken is bound to become a personal favourite on the main menu at Giraffe. Karaage is a Japanese cooking technique where food is marinated, then fried. To finish, a Blood Orange Sorbet will put you in summer mode. Lloyd’s Lounge Friday and Saturday night fever! Plans for the… Read more »

Festival fashion

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Heading off to a fab festival this summer? Get prepared with our pick of this season’s most stylish festival staples for guys and girls…   For her Come rain or shine, day or night, we’ve got all the stylish essentials you’ll need…  1. Balloon sleeve smock blouse, £45, Topshop 2. Zebra print belt bag, £25.99,… Read more »

Throw a garden party

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A sunny bank holiday weekend is the perfect time to gather friends and throw a party in the garden! We have everything you need to impress your guests…  Lay a blanket down and tuck into a picnic! This gorgeous hamper has all the essentials – just add sandwiches! £99.95, Joules Some cheerful plastic wine glasses… Read more »

Nando’s delivery has arrived

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Your dreams have come true! You can now have all your favourite Nando’s dishes delivered straight to your door…  Nando’s at Princesshay now delivers! Whether you’re stuck in revising and need some tasty sustenance, or simply fancy a Saturday night feast for all the family without leaving the house, this is the answer!  Delivery costs… Read more »

The best sun traps to enjoy al fresco dining at Princesshay

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Carluccio’s Carluccio’s Chicken Milanese and Artichoke Tortelloni somehow taste even better when eaten outside en plein air on a mild day. Accompany your chosen dish with the Seasonal Spritz: Italian Disaronno Amaretto, orange juice and prosecco. Finish with that all-time favourite, an Affogato (vanilla ice cream and espresso). Capturing the spirit of al fresco dining… Read more »

Spotlight on Chandos Deli at Princesshay

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Local products rule Expect to find local products on sale at Chandos Deli. There’s Exeter’s premium roastery, EXE Coffee Roasters, that sells its Neighbourhood blend here. Exeter Gin and Granny Garbutt’s Gin, made in small batches, are in stock and make great gifts. Plus, the Pennsylvania honey comes from a stone’s throw away in a… Read more »

Spotlight on the Apple Store

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A favourite hangout, the Apple Store has new tech and events to enjoy Join in-store events Fun learning is what the Apple Store’s all about. Sign up to its in-store events such as How To: Edit Video on Mac; Photo Walks: Portraits and People, and Music Lab. For children aged six to 12, they can… Read more »

Spotlight on Oliver Bonas

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We can’t get enough of the new Oliver Bonas store in Princesshay. From fashion to homeware, it’s packed with covetable treats, with something to appeal to every taste… Innovative design and appealing colour palettes are at the heart of Oliver Bonas’ products. Whether it’s a statement necklace in pastel hues or a bright and beautiful… Read more »

Little ones will love dining out at Princesshay

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Head to one of these welcoming restaurants for scrummy food options that’ll satisfy hungry tums…     Coal Grill & Bar   With a menu that’s packed full of kids’ favourites including pizza, sausages and chicken lollipops, young ‘uns are given plenty of choice at Coal. A starter, main course and a drink is only… Read more »

Spotlight On: Wagamama

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From hearty bowls of hot broth to squid with a chilli kick, let’s talk about Wagamama…     From bowl to soul, Wagamama’s Japanese inspired cuisine and casual dining style have been delighting families, students and solo diners noon and night at Princesshay. Inspired by fast-paced Japanese ramen bars, Wagamama has brought a unique way… Read more »

Spotlight on: Coal Grill & Bar

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From starting the day with a hearty breakfast to starting the night with a cocktail or two, Coal Grill & Bar is a venue you’ll love         We think Coal is a great all-rounder – perfect for visiting at any time of the day. The breakfast menu is packed full of delicious offerings such… Read more »

Grab and go at Chandos Deli

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Whether you’re preparing a picnic, want a bite for breakfast or something tasty to tuck into at lunchtime, you need to head to Chandos Deli…     When you step inside Chandos Deli at Princesshay, you’ll be met with a huge counter packed with delicious options and friendly staff ready to help you choose what… Read more »

Vegan dishes you’ll want to try at Princesshay

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You’ll find tasty options galore at our restaurants and cafés…   1. Wagamama   Choose from six mains, four sides, two desserts and even certified-vegan wine and beer. The yasai itame is delicious – a big bowl of rice noodles, tofu, stir-fried beansprouts, onions, bok choi, peppers, mushrooms, chilli, coriander and fresh lime in a… Read more »

Spotlight on: Carluccio’s

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You can’t beat fresh Italian food, and a meal at Carluccio’s always hits the spot…     Carluccio’s is all about the joys of real Italian dining – simple food cooked with passion and shared with those who matter to you.   We think it’s perfect for visiting at any time of day – whether you fancy… Read more »

Eat out in Exeter on a student budget

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Students can dine for £8 or less at these Princesshay restaurants Student life is all about good times on a tight budget. If eating out is an essential part of your social life, head to Princesshay for some of the best foodie deals in Exeter. From super student discounts to fairly priced menus where everyone… Read more »

Spotlight on: Giraffe

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Taste a whole new world with Giraffe’s eclectic mix of cuisines…     Giraffe’s dishes and street food favourites are bursting with full-on flavours and aromatic spices handpicked from across the world. Try tea like they take it in Morocco or Kati Rolls with cumin-roasted cauliflower and chickpeas – a street food staple from Kolkata…. Read more »