What a find in Exeter which is absolutely lacking in independent eateries. Three of us ventured out to Angela's last night and we weren't disappointed. For starters we had both the scollops and the mackerel. My companions loved the scollops and my mackerel was cooked perfectly. For mains they had the pork whilst I had the turbot. Just one little thing niggled - the sauce for the fish could have done with a little more seasoning. The vegetables came in their own little edible baskets - a really lovely touch which added extra texture. For puds we had chocolate mousse and sticky toffee pudding which all lived up to expectations. Accompaniments were done well. The home made white bread with rosemary was excellent, the wine list was good and next time we will be getting a taxi as, because I was driving, I couldn't sample the artisan gins on offer. Without a doubt I would recommend this restaurant and I'm looking forward to another visit!
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