An old staple in central Exeter, Harry's is a good bet for solid, no-fuss dining.
For 20 years Harry’s has become part of the city’s foodie furniture - a Saturday lunchtime favourite of ours
I love this restaurant. It is an independent establishment that has been going for years thanks to its quality food, friendly service and it is staunchly independent. Sitting in its eye-catching Victorian redbrick surroundings, it's hard to miss as you’re walking into town.
Chris Gower, Editor, Eating Exeter
As one of Exeter’s longest established restaurants, we’d heard nothing but praise for it’s robust menu, and our meal here certainly didn’t disappoint
Harry's is the kind of welcoming neighbourhood eatery you wish was on your own doorstep but rarely is
What I love about Harry’s is that you know you are going to have good food in a lovely buzzing atmosphere. It doesn’t matter what day of the week it is either… I would recommend Harrys to anyone who wants a unpretentious casual dining experience with a buzzing atmosphere.
Tara Smith; Tara’s Busy Kitchen
They offer a relaxed yet sophisticated setting and their menu is comprised of excellent, hearty food without any pretension. I would genuinely make an argument for Harry’s offering the best steak in town and their skillet pan cookie is worth the trip alone!
The Devon Foodie