Harry’s Restaurant was made for intimate dining for two. So whether you’re dreaming of a delicious date night, a catch-up with your best bud over a leisurely lunch or a fancy meal to show off to a new beau, pick your fave dining companion and give our competition a whirl.
You’re guaranteed a good night at Harry’s. After all, the Pounds family have a few years’ experience under their belts, having opened their Longbrook Street restaurant in 1993. After taking the helm from her parents, chef proprietor Samantha Pounds now runs the show with her four daughters and long-serving team. Their aim? A warm welcome, cosy surroundings and happy guests.
Satisfaction is served via deliciously tempting dishes. Honest-yet-refined fare is favoured over fussiness here. Plentiful portions include the likes of Devon crab linguine with chilli, lime, ginger, white wine and cherry tomatoes, a sharing beef wellington with red wine and shallot sauce, and Harry’s burger (beef steak patty, bacon, Barber’s Cheddar, pickle and signature burger sauce).
Central to the ethos of the menu is freshness and sourcing from local producers who focus on seasonal food. Pair it all, of course, with a bottle of something from the SP Recommends section of the wine list.
Truly comfortable with your dinner date? Share a Harry’s Heart Attack to utterly finish you off at the end of the meal. Chocolate brownies, marshmallows, chocolate ice cream, peanut M&Ms … (sharp intake of breath) … chocolate flakes, vanilla ice cream, whipped cream AND hot chocolate fudge sauce.
Here’s your chance to indulge in the kind of decadent restaurant meal we’ve all been denied for the past six months. Good luck!
On which Exeter street is Harry’s Restaurant located?