Eat and Drink in Plymouth

Plymouth’s spectacular location between the bountiful sea, lush farmland and rolling moors provides our city, and its award-winning restaurants, with a wonderful natural larder of fine fresh food. With vast range of cafés, restaurants, bars, bistros and take-aways, there’s a mouth-watering array of choice when it comes to eating out in Plymouth.

Recently named ‘the UK’s new gourmet hotspot’ by Conde Nast Traveller magazine, Plymouth can cater for both exquisite fine dining and fun family food, with top quality Westcountry produce at the heart of many of the city’s menus. At our fantastic eateries you can find everything from the traditional Devonshire delights of pasties and cream teas to global cuisine from every corner of the world, so there’s bound to be something to your taste.

Plymouth is also the home to several top TV chefs; local boys Chris and James Tanner run the hugely popular Barbican Kitchen restaurant, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall opened the River Cottage Canteen and Deli at Royal William Yard in 2011 and British cookery legend Gary Rhodes has opened Rhodes @ The Dome on the Plymouth Hoe.

Pubs and Bars


There is a fantastic mix of restaurants in Plymouth to suit all tastes with established national chains, a vibrant independent restaurant sector, and a selection of restaurants which reflect all of the major cuisines of the world.

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Pubs and Bars

Pubs & Bars

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Cafes and Bistros

Cafes & Bistros

Relax with a latte or organic juice in one of the bustling Plymouth city centre art house cafes or people-watch with a tasty shake in one of the more relaxing cafes on the waterfront.
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