Tucked away at the side of the main Cathedral, you will find Serlo's, with its fabulous vaulted stone ceiling and 18th century stained glass windows
Dean Serlo served from 1225 to 1231 and was buried in the Cathedral. The slab marking his grave now stands in the café.
We pride ourselves on our home cooked food, and the majority of our produce is sourced locally to limit food miles and help to reduce our carbon footprint. So, if you are around the centre of Exeter and feeling peckish, why not pop in and join us for a coffee or a proper, traditional Devon cream tea?
If you're after a more substantial lunch we have a full salad bar and a range of daily specials to tempt you (and we are also fully licensed).
What Our Customers Are Saying About Us:
"Excellent in every way - I will write this place into my will!"
"Wonderful surroundings and great atmosphere - a lovely place to come"
"Excellent friendly service - staff prepared to go out of their way to help older customers"
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or telephone Julie Hernandez on 01392 285988