Monday, 6 October 2014

Devon Cafe Review: Lloyd's Kitchen Exeter

I met N from Bilby Bites and Bilby Marketing at Lloyd's Kitchen in central Exeter and we had a really good lunch.  And a great blogger meeting really.  She is the person to do your local Exeter marketing and restaurant reviews for sure.

This is the eponymous Lloyd, bending over to chat to a customer.

 There was a real variety of customers.  It was very busy and had that great atmosphere where everyone is enjoying themselves.
 I had the Allotment Breakfast: Halloumi cheese, toast, spinach,saute potatoes and grilled (fresh) plum tomatoes - delicious - for £7.65.
  N had the Halloumi Salad which was gluten free.  There were several items on the menu described as 'GF'.

They do 'All Day Breakfasts' (which looked very popular), daily specials and interesting salads.



This place is buzzing and busy.  They did not want to take reservations - you just have to turn up and hope.  I'm guessing that it's a breakfast / lunch venue.  It is open for evening meals.  Good value and a good place to take a breather in Exeter.  It's located in that rank of shops behind Dingles, the department store, and next to the large open air cafe.

4 comments:

Choclette Blogger said...

Love it that they serve halloumi for breakfast. Suspect I'd be joining you in the allotment one. Always good to hear of somewhere to go for lunch on my rare trips to Exeter.

Natalie Taylor said...

A lovely, lovely meet-up and a very nice lunch. Thanks Kate! Until the next one :-)

Nellie said...

I eat in a Primal way, and finding proper gluten free food is quite difficult, so it is nice to see a cafe doing this! Let's hope is spreads!

Grazing Kate said...

Lloyds Kitchen is a great place to eat out in Exeter. Centrally located and a good buzz. Gluten-free food is proving ever more popular with people.

Halloumi is a great cheese. I would eat it for any meal of the day.

Great to meet you too, Natalie. Let's explore another Exeter cafe soon. Mondays might be possible. Have you seen that a Jamies is about to open on the site of the old Strada?

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