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Last weekend saw our third pop-up restaurant, Tickety-Tuscany. The menu was Italian, and featured Bresaola salt beef, antipasto and Romana free range chicken. The dessert, vanilla panna cotta with a fruit couli and pistachio nuggatine was a real hit. Our next pop-up is on March 18th so watch...

Since we opened in August, we have hosted a number of children's parties in our dedicated party room. We were delighted to receive a card from mum Esther thanking us for helping with her son Zachary's birthday party. Esther wrote: "Nothing was too much trouble for you, and...

Only four months since Tickety-Boo opened its doors, and we have taken on a second chef! Trystan Bridgman, 37, has an extensive background in catering, having worked at Deer Park Hotel and Twisted Oak. Local lad Trystan, who has been cheffing since he left The Kings...

Ottery Primary School pupils proved they were talented wordsmiths in our recent writing competition. The seasonally-themed competition attracted an impressive 63 entries from schoolchildren of all ages, from Foundation right up to Year 6. We asked for stories based around Bonfire Night, Tar Barrels or Halloween and...

Goodbye to Jane, hello to Zoe We are sad to say goodbye to our front of house manager, Jane, who has decided to return to her previous role as a teaching assistant. Our new front of house manager is Zoe Blackmore, who is well known in...