Huron County

EDDINGTON’S OF EXETER: Proudly, Truly Farm to Table

Partially Covered Heated Seasonal Patio
Written by Local Flavour

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For over two decades, Eddington’s of Exeter has maintained a dedicated focus on personalized ­service, seasonally-inspired menus and a value-driven ­customer experience. Expect quality ingredients at their peak of freshness at any given time, fresh off the vine, picked from the tree, foraged from the forest, or dug up from the earth.

Owner Chef James Eddington

The Scene

The yellow brick Italianate-style mansion on Main Street stands out with decorative bracket eaves, large bay windows and a well-manicured lawn with mature maple trees. This is the original Carling homestead (circa 1870s), a designated historic landmark. Contemporary updates from two extensive renovations, including an additional dining room to ensure well-spaced tables and a fully-shaded seasonal deck, blend smoothly with original features such as elegant 12-foot ceilings.

Roasted Red Pepper Bisque

Menu Highlights

Chef/owner James Eddington leads a stellar team known for contemporary, casual fine cooking with a rustic charm. Eddington’s is Feast ON certified, and Chef Eddington farms 16 acres on the shores of Lake Huron, and other land with extensive gardens, growing over 25 varieties of fruits and vegetables that get on the menu at their peak freshness.
Enjoy Happy Hour specials and try one of Eddington’s own craft beers or a specialty cocktail. The wine list, featuring local wineries and imports, always has something interesting for everyone.

White Squirrel

Gourmet Pizza Nights are inspired and perennial favourite evenings. Innovative menus change with the seasons and always include fresh lake fish, locally-sourced beef and proteins, and a selection of vegan and vegetarian options.




Contemporary Farm-to-Table Cuisine

527 Main Street (Hwy 4), Exeter ON

Menu Changes Seasonally
Partially Covered Heated Summer Patio
Adventure Culinary Tours
Eddington’s Own Premium Craft Beers
Ample Free Parking
Close to Theatres