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Olive Tree Restaurant, Exeter

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Olive Tree Restaurant

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Awards

2 AA Rosette's:

 

Bystock Terrace
Exeter
EX4 4HY

Tel: 01392 272709

The Olive Tree Head Chef Darren Knockton has cooked for the Highest of society including many of the Royal Family, leading Politicians as well as celebrities - and it shows.

The British fusion dishes look like art sculptures and taste exquisite. Voted as one of the best restaurants in England by Taste, The Olive Tree is truly a royal dining experience.

Dining at The Olive Tree is surprisingly affordable, despite the fact that the food looks like something out of a celebrity chef kitchen.

Dedicated to using local ingredients from trusted suppliers, everything is created from scratch.

With two AA Rosettes to their name, one step away from a Michelin star, this is definitely one to watch!

The boutique chic Olive Tree Restaurant is sexy and elegant. Classic and romantic decor is brought to life with Italian touches of Venetian masks, glimmering olive oil bottles and flickering candles.

The Restaurant is run by The Queens Court Hotel, a small, yet wonderfully sophisticated designer hotel which has been family owned for 10 years. The service is personal and friendly.

The Restaurant is minutes away from Exeter Central station on Queen Street, near the clock tower.

Despite being just minutes away from the city centre, The Olive Tree is an oasis of calm as it is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Exeter High Street.

Further Details

The Queen’s Court Hotel

The Queens Court Hotel, Exeter is a sophisticated, boutique family run hotel which offers a warm welcome, an attentive yet relaxed service, and a proud reputation for serving exceptional two AA rosette awarded food.

The Hotel is stylish, boutique and personal. The classy reception is adorned with fresh lilies which fill the air with a welcoming scent as you walk in.

The en-suit rooms are stylish and clean with a special treat inside – a homemade cookie from the acclaimed head chef.

The hotel bar is chic with a zebra chaise lounge and an African style ceiling fan.

There are also conference facilities, a wedding and party venue and the hotel is situated in a great, central location.

To summarise, The Queens Court offers a personal and attentive service, a chic and sexy atmosphere, an exceptional restaurant and a sophisticated bar and party area.

 

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Vegetarian Menu Available Restaurant Menu

Children's Play Area:
No

Disabled Facilities:
Yes

Wheel Chair Access:
Yes

Parking:
Public car park opposite with free parking from 4pm until 10am.

Smoking Area:
No

Accommodation Website:
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Accommodation:
Yes, 18 rooms at the Queens Court Hotel.

Facts

Capacity:
36

 

Best Seats:
The window seats are both light and airy although there is plenty of space at all tables.

 

Wine List:
Superb list of old and new world wines from around the world.

 

Functions:
Private dining rooms available for intimate dining at its best.

 

Price Range:
Starters from £5.95. Mains from £16.00 - £21.00

 

Menu Summary:
Modern British food with a designer twist.

 

Vegetarian Options:
A creative and tasty choice always available.

 

Sample Dish:
Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese, Potted Prawn and Vine Tomato and Crab Roulade all served with Avocado Puree and Garlic Mayonnaise. Pressed Terrine of Braised Rabbit and Ham Hock presented with Pickled Broad Bean Salad. Seared Chicken Breast and Miniature Chicken Pie served with Sweet Potato Puree, Savoy Cabbage Dumpling and Roast Chicken Foam. Seared Fillet of Monkfish accompanied with Lightly Spiced Lentils, and Tempura Prawns, finished with Caramelised Mango and Chilli. Roast Tenderloin, Pork Belly Glazed in Blossom Honey and Slowly Braised Pork Cheek accompanied by Haricot Bean Puree, Roasted Beetroot and Pickled Shitake.

 

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