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The St George and Dragon, Exeter - pub details

Address: Clyst St George, Exeter, Devon, EX3 0QJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29147) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Topsham (0.8 miles), Exton (1.3 miles), Lympstone Commando (1.7 miles)

Chain: Vintage Inns

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 6 users)
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A pleasant place inside with various different eating areas.
Nice well keeped ales on and strong farm cider too.
My steak meal was good but not great, wish we could have spent a bit longer in here as we were pushed for time.
Nice enough place though, although i wouldn't like to visit here at a busy period.

8/10
montie49 - 4 Jul 2014 15:35
Really a restaurant. However a decent pint of Tribute, to go with the meal.
The food has been good on both occasions that we have eaten here.
captaineric - 6 Oct 2013 17:36
Have stayed here a few times; beer was surprisingly good, but quality and quantity of food was poor for what is essentially an eating house.
mtaylor40 - 9 Jun 2011 22:23
First went here over three years ago - decor is nice, beer is good and food has usually been alright. Had a bit of a break from the place and returned today for a late lunch - found they had four different menus, which was confusing. When our meals came, neither had anything green on them at all - not even a garnish - never had this happen before. We then tried to order a side salad once we'd had the main meal, but it didn't arrive until after we'd finished eating. They reimbursed the money for the salad - but perhaps the worst bit was when I told the manager I'd been disappointed that there was no salad with either of our meals (especially my companion's lasagne which was pricier than my steak sandwich) he implied I shouldn't complain because I'd got chips for free with my steak sandwich (which was tiny by the way). What? Chips were part of the meal price, not free.
EnidW - 25 Sep 2010 17:13
A large detached corner pub and hotel, with black beams and white rendered exterior belonging to the Vintage Inn group.

The interior is like most Vintage Inns i have been to. It is open plan, a nesting of small areas that are more food orientated. The decor is white wood panel and light walls, with lots of pictures and prints dotted about. There is a stone type floor with some pew seats and some high backed chairs. Service was friendly, the clientele mixed and the background music of a decent level.

Beer; usual tap stuff of course, with an excellent St Austell Tribute, with Sharpe's Doombar and Wells Bombardier.

I will always say that Vintage Inns at least try to give a feel of tradition and difference to their pubs, in an age where many places are going sofa and arty pics. I would go here again and if their food is as good as other VI's then i would eat here too.
Archivist - 8 Sep 2009 23:07

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