0.5 miles
32a Fore Street, Topsham, Exeter, EX3 0HD
Located in the heart of the suburb of Topsham, Marcello offers everything you would expect from an authentic Italian restaurant - delicious Mediterranean cuisine served in a cosy atmosphere.

Easily accessible by car, bike or train from nearby Exeter, Marcello is a perfect choice for a celebratory meal or a romantic dinner for two, with the historic quayside just a short walk away.

Marcello's menu ranges from classic pasta and meat dishes to freshly baked pizza and seafood, all with a typical Italian emphasis on fresh, high-quality ingredients. There is a choice of hot and cold starters, as well as a traditional antipasto board for sharing, but if you're struggling to pick, try the calamari fritti - they're delicious. The squid rings are marinated before being fried to perfection in a delicate, crispy batter. Marcello's penne della casa is also a must-try. The indulgent oven-baked pasta dish is packed with chicken and bacon, and coated in a creamy goat's cheese and Gorgonzola sauce. Seafood fans will love the linguine cartoccio. Cooked in the pan then finished in the oven, the pasta is served with heaps of plump king prawns, juicy scallops and salty chorizo - all covered in a rich tomato and garlic sauce with a pleasant chilli kick. Make sure you save room for dessert, as there's a range of homemade options on offer, as well as traditional gelato. The chef's homemade tiramisu makes for the perfect end to any meal
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