New owners of Honiton’s Railway Inn revert to their Café Catalan roots - by putting tapas on the menu

PUBLISHED: 16:00 19 September 2018

New Railway Inn owners Paul Greenhead and Beth Cowley. Ref mhh 21 18TI 3915. Picture: Terry Ife

New Railway Inn owners Paul Greenhead and Beth Cowley. Ref mhh 21 18TI 3915. Picture: Terry Ife

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The owners of a Honiton restaurant are going back to their roots - by holding a tapas club every Monday.

The Railway Inn, in Queen Street, is run by the former owners of Exeter’s popular tapas joint Café Catalan, which has now closed.

Paul Greenhead said his Honiton-based eatery will be offering something new with its ‘Monday Night Tapas Club’.

The Railway has been open for four months under Paul, and his partner Beth Cowley’s, leadership.

Paul said: “It’s been a tricky start, with really good weather and the World Cup meaning everyone has been all over the place.

“We have now changed to our autumn menu and we are looking forward to the autumn and winter months.

“It’s looking really good.”

The tapas club has been created as part of the restaurant’s new Monday night opening hours.

For more about the restaurant, visit www.therailwayhoniton.co.uk/


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