Restaurants In Plymouth
you fancy afternoon tea in a traditional English teashop,
hot dogs on Sutton Harbour or something a little different,
there’s an eatery in Plymouth for you.
For a gourmet experience check out the Tanners Restaurant [map],
which is situated the 15th century Prysten House, the
city’s second oldest building. You can also enjoy
a slap-up meal at the Artillery Tower Restaurant [map],
which is located on the 500-year-old waterfront fort,
If you fancy something a little
different then head to one of Plymouth’s most
popular restaurants, Wah Tin Garden [map],
a great Thai eatery that comes highly recommended from
locals. Alternatively, for dinner and a dance try the Grecian Taverna [map],
which offers a wide range of authentic Greek cuisine and
a disco afterwards.
Those who need a pit-stop during a busy day’s sightseeing
or shopping should pay a visit to the Boulangerie-Patisserie
which offers a wide range of coffees and teas, along with
croissants, quiches, baguettes and salads.
Just up the road from here you’ll find Hobbs
Chocolate and Coffee House [map],
which serves hot drinks and snacks in a relaxed, comfortable
A favourite for breakfast is the O’Brien’s
Irish Sandwich Bar [map],
which offers things like bacon and cheese bagels and a
hot Irish breakfast.
If you can’t face a fry-up then head for the Canadian
Muffin Co [map],
where you can pick up chocolate muffins, sandwiches, pastries,
fruit smoothies, tea and coffee, or soup.
For takeaways try Domino’s
which has an extensive choice of pizzas and delivers across
Plymouth, or the Orient Chinese Takeaway [map],
which has a good choice of Chinese dishes.
Those dining on a budget should consider booking their
table at The Deck [map],
where you can enjoy a ‘feast’ that involves
eating all you can from the menu for a set price.
Alternatively you could try the Pasta and Pizza Bar
which offers a huge range of authentic dishes at great
prices, with early bird special offers also available.