Exeter General Store
Fresh & delicious cafe food, great coffee and cakes. Quality secondhand books to browse through and buy. Enticing gourmet items as well as groceries, newspapers, drinks and ice creams.
Cafe open 7 days 9am-5pm.
For more information, contact Exeter General Store on 4883 4289.
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Reviews of Exeter General Store
There are currently 9 reviews listed for Exeter General Store. Please note that these reviews are not the opinions of this website.
A Home Away from Home
Posted by Anonymous User at Monday 29 November 2010
The best cafe in the Highlands, a home away from home, the most sincere and helpful staff and the owners are just delightful. A truly beautiful place to spend a few hours.
Posted by Ken Davis at Tuesday 23 June 2009
Don't know what happened to the negative reviwers above. We had lunch and afternoon tea there and it was beautiful. Busy but not bustling on a Monday afternoon in the middle of winter. Food was great. We had Morrocan Lamb served with hummous and pita, and a deliscious Bruscietta on Sourdough. Coffe was rich and creamy. Cakes to die for. Ye olde time funne.
Posted by D. Marshall. at Sunday 17 May 2009
Having visited this quaint establishment recently, for me it was like stepping back into my childhood days again. So many memories as I looked around the store at all the posters & ware for sale etc. We got prompt courteous service from a friendly waitress, a delicious meal, & able to relax & take our time chatting with friends.
I would recommend this beautiful little village as a stopover for a rest & refreshments to anyone heading south. Will certainly be stopping off there again in the future too.
Give them a go!
Posted by K.Hawke at Wednesday 07 January 2009
I have always found the service & food at Exeter General store to be fantastic. I have met the new owners and find them very friendly. I take my hat off to them taking on a wonderful business and new baby. Keep up the great work and food.
A real shame
Posted by Louise Matthews at Thursday 18 December 2008
We first came to the Exeter General Store in February 08, the food was of a very high standard and the atmosphere was friendly and relaxed with the owners of the business chatting to the customers, many of the older locals seemed to come for the chat as much as anything else, a real community get together. I have been several times since and when the new owners took over I assumed the business would continue as it had been. Well the new owners are never there which is rather sad really as that is a lot of the appeal of this country village business. I have noticed that less and less people seem to be there and I am now one of them. I used to order the chefs special which was always great but that suddenly stopped and when I asked the chef why he said he had been asked not to do them anymore, it seems such a shame not to utilise the talents of the staff they have. Anyway the store has now lost its appeal to me and I won't be going back. A real Shame!!
Best of the Best
Posted by Rebecca Codogan at Thursday 23 October 2008
Agreed. This is one of the friendliest places on earth. Great place to stop over if you are driving through this little village. Great food, friendly service and we met some interesting locals here who were not to busy to stop for a chat or help with directions. A very popular place from what I could tell. Cafe, some great old books, general store, post office all under the one roof and a nice little antique shop across the road in one direction and the quaint Exeter railway station across the other.
I do not listen too much to anonymous reviews, if you cannot put your name to something then its spam to me.
Posted by Carl Askew at Thursday 22 May 2008
The last reviewer must have BMW envy. I drive a beat-up old van and get first class service. The staff at the store go out of their way to be helpful. Small village general store with family friendliness.
Rudness with a smile
Posted by Anonymous User at Saturday 29 March 2008
If you don't have a BMW to leave out the front.
expensive, class aware, clikky.
Posted by Ben Morgan at Tuesday 19 December 2006
This store is absolutely fantastic. It is the hub of this small community, but opens its arms to visitors. Highly recommended. Anyone would be lucky to buy into this unique and wonderful business.
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Cnr Exeter & Middle Rds, Exeter
(02) 4883 4289