Exeter is a city in Tulare County, California, United States. It is situated in the San Joaquin Valley near the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. The population was 10,334 at the 2010 census.
4.5 based on 110 reviews
We had just come from long drive, so very hungry and thirsty. We stated this, yet the waiter waited on 3 more tables before bringing us water. Only 7 tables in the restaurant, and only 4 with people. Waitress finally took our order. My husband ordereed steak, which was excellent, however I order spinich salad for $18.50. If I wanted egg on it, $2 more. Once served, I had to stir the salda to get any of the dressing distributed.
Local wine was $9/glass. Everything very expensive, considering the area and the small restaurant.
Oh, liked the music, but way too loud.
5 based on 10 reviews
After touring the Sequoias all day, it was great to come back and find this cute little frozen yogurt shop. It's not on the main road through town. We wouldn't have found it if we hadn't searched the Internet for it. When we got in the middle of town, we found the whole area to be so quaint! We didn't have time to walk in the little shops, but we should have. This little shop was bright and colorful and run by the sweetest lady. You choose your own flavors of yogurt and then toppings and pay by weight. Very reasonable. Would love to visit again someday. There was a sign in the window that it's for sale. I hope someone buys it. It's a gem in that little town.
5 based on 12 reviews
My wife and I decided to take a motorcycle ride to the quaint town of Exeter. Once there we stopped to have breakfast at Cappella's. What a delightful experience! We were warmly greeted and told about their many muffin choices. We selected the carrot muffin and found it to be very moist and tasty. As for beverages, my wife was surprised to find 3 iced tea favors in the serve yourself ice tea bar. I had a great cup of coffee. The owner, Sheldon, came out of kitchen and sat with us. We felt very welcomed in this tastefully decorated coffee house. Later in the day, I returned to Capella's to enjoy Brian E's music. It felt like I was in a living room full of friends. I will definitely be recommending this special place to my friends.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Biscuits and gravy, the BEST omelets, and The VERY BEST hot roast Turkey sandwich. Sheri, the owner has secret green beans, home made. If you have ever tasted better, please get a hold of me. There is not one thing I don't like about this place. Drive for miles and miles, you will not be disappointed. I have seen grumpy folks go in, and come out smiling. Customer service is the very best. Friendly place. Old town, old school taste, and a darn nice place!
4 based on 40 reviews
Very, very good. sit outside or in and enjoy. Bring your best friend. This is a quaint place with the goodies you look for all the time. Enjoy!
4 based on 62 reviews
Great selection of traditional American food & Asian.
I had a sandwich, salad, soup combo which was exactly as my mom would have prepared this, so I loved it. Then to finish off desert was offered & I had warned apple pie with vanilla ice cream. The restaurant is traditional dining room. Parking is easy and ample. Location is near downtown & the hotel where I stayed, and a Shell gas station. I will eat here again on my next trip.
4 based on 29 reviews
Just had the brunch at Cafe Lafayette in Exeter served Saturday and Sunday from 10:00-2:30. I had the Brioche with sausage gravy. An eclectic mix of flavors. The homemade Brioche was fantastic. My wife had the Quiche Lorraine.
Highly recommend this restaurant. Make a reservation on busy nights.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
after a day in the Sequoias, we stopped in for takeout for dinner. we ordered a vegetarian and a pepperoni pizza with two salads. The vegetarian was especially good. The Salad bar had a good variety for its size. Worth the money when feeding 8 people.the staff was extremely helpful
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Wow! For $2.49 you get a really great double cheese burger. Outdoor picnic table seating. Very good prices. Enjoy the weather while eating and the great murals on the building next door. Easy street parking.
5 based on 11 reviews
Hometown Emporium makes THE best sandwiches and cookies. What a fresh, delicious, "gotta come back here" experience. It is its own league with fresh baked croissants, crunchy real bacon, uniquely marvelous cookies, all made on the premises. The textures and tastes far exceed anything sold at a chain or even at the average local deli or sandwich shop. The ambiance is quaint, but the food is in a class by itself.
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