Had a chance to try out The Tea on The Tea on The Green (on The Exeter Cathedral Green) earlier this afternoon.
There seems to be loads of options for Gluten Free eating, I can recommend the pasty – and the chips I stole from the Little One tasted amazing.
When we went to Greendale Farm… No not as in Postman Pat, but the place near Exeter in Devon
One of the great things about Devon, is the amount of farm shops that are around the place. Obviously, the greater amount of alternative options there are, the more reasons the farm shop has to give you to go their place instead of the others.
After a short debate on where to go for a quick micro trip* near Exeter, we drove into Greendale Farm, and immediately made our way to the sparkling new playpark.
There’s only a photo of half the frame below, the other half included a few kids having loads of fun, sliding down and climbing up the slide. We discovered that the cafe brings food and drink you order out to the play area, (so no need to move).
Foodwise, we went cheap and had a portion of chips between the two of us, while the little one had a sandwich. After ordering we discovered they also have Gluten Free bread they can swap out, as well as Gluten Free cake! I may try the breakfast next time we visit Greendale Farm.
No visit is complete without saying hello to the various animals around the farm. There are animals from chickens and goats, to ostriches and red deer. Some of which you can stroke… others you may just want to say “hello” to.
What ever you do or eat when you’re there. Don’t forget to grab some ice cream. Trust me…
*Micro Trip, btw way is when you go out somewhere fun, but can still get back home in time to go to work.