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With Princesshay soon to reach its 10th birthday, the variety and choice of its restaurants and cafés is second to none. From pan Asian tastes at wagamama and Japanese delights from YO! Sushi to modern European dishes from Jamie’s Italian, Café Rouge and Carluccio’s, diners won’t be disappointed. This is as well as relaxed dining in Coal Grill & Bar, Giraffe and Nando’s, and proper hamburgers from Byron – Princesshay has something for every taste.

We spoke to Wayne Pearce, centre director at Princesshay, about the seasonal menus on offer and their new project, EATS! At Princesshay.

‘Our EATS e-newsletter is packed with discounts, offers and the latest menu news from all of Princesshay’s cafes and restaurants. With all that Princesshay has to offer, EATS! At Princesshay is an excellent way of helping our visitors choose where they want to spend their evening as well as finding the best offers for brunch with friends or lunch with the family. Being part of EATS! At Princesshay is perfect for food lovers wanting to be in the know when it comes to dining out in Exeter.’

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Wayne is proud of Princesshay’s success, and with its restaurants continuing to go from strength to strength, along with the fantastic food that’s on offer, it’s not hard to see why.

He comments, ‘As well as great choice this season, Princesshay will be entertaining visitors throughout the summer with a range of activities including live music and go karting.’

With views of Exeter Cathedral while customers dine and the city’s historic Roman wall in sight, Princesshay is the perfect setting for summer dining. Thanks to its large range of family friendly restaurants, cuisines from around the world and plenty of al fresco dining, there really is something for everyone.

Lucy Palmer

Lucy Palmer

Lucy is an ex-TEFL-teacher and keen foodie with a particular fondness for Sicilian seafood. She fancies herself as a bit of a linguist and enjoys delighting/boring her colleagues with language-related trivia. She is an obsessive reader, cyclist and collector of pebbles. Her most memorable experiences include climbing a Mayan pyramid at dawn, working with baby orangutans, and accidentally smashing all the company champagne glasses.

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