Tea on the Green is an Exeter cafe with a truly unique atmosphere. Situated beside the city's Cathedal Green, it is known for its distinctive mix of traditional English dishes, fabulous D J Miles coffee (including the best espresso in town), high quality loose leaf teas, light lunches (all made with the best local produce) and west country cream teas. You can feel that this place is independently owned by someone who cares about local produce and wants to go the extra mile to give genuinely friendly service.
With plenty of seating upstairs overlooking the cathedral, a cosy downstairs with wooden floorboards and interesting tea-related decor, and tables outside on the cobbled yard, it's a great place to people watch while you tuck into the best Sunday roast in Exeter, a tasty panini or a very naughty homemade chocolate brownie. Easily the top place in town for breakfast, it is one of the few local places serving breakfast seven days a week and the only one offering everything from marmite toast to the full Ulster Fry!
Tea on the Green welcomes everyone, whether you are a family, having a business meeting or enjoying a day out on your own. It is also popular with supporters of the Exeter Chiefs rugby team as the owner Ben Mangan is rugby mad. Refreshingly, there is plenty of menu choice for vegetarians, vegans and coeliacs, with a whole range of gluten-free items.
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1% of profits are given to Medecins sans Frontieres