About Lloyd's Kitchen Exeter
Lloyd’s Kitchen is charming all-day dining café in the heart of Exeter that serves up wonderful British and European fare with a sophisticated flourish. The restaurant is ideally located in the heart of the pretty city, surrounded by the hubbub and bustle of the shops and attractions in the area. The beautiful Exeter cathedral is located just outside the restaurant within the cathedral green, offering a stunning historical backdrop to the restaurant too. The café is just a short walk to the riverside as well, for a pre or post meal stroll along the pretty waterside.
The interior of the restaurant is chic and elegant with white tiled walls and wooden accenting throughout from the flooring and tables. The atmosphere is cosy and the whole look of the place is rather charming with rustic touches from the décor on the walls and the rest of the café. Lloyd’s is a great casual eatery for locals and tourist to stop off for a quick bite or perhaps stick around for the decadent dinner service.
For breakfast, punters can expect to feat on the likes of eggs benedict or the farmhouse brekkie replete with lots of trimmings for a wholesome start to the day. Lunch is a delightful time to drop by too, with lovely dishes of golden deep fried brie drizzled with a punchy cranberry sauce or the Mediterranean tart stuffed with veggies. The café also does a fantastic range of sandwiches, with plenty of options for vegans, vegetarians, gluten free eaters, and more.
Dinner is an exciting affair, and the enthusiasm and passion from the kitchen is clear, as dishes of lamb rump and fillet of hake are well executed. The strudel may be the highlight of the menu, filled with butternut squash, sweet potato, and asparagus, served with podded beans and a tasty lemon and herb dressing.