Restaurants in Plymouth
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.
Plymouth is well known for its ‘quintessentially English’ reputation and is a great place for traditional English fare such as cream teas, fish and chips, lobster and dressed crab, and local beef, game, rabbit and poultry.
And there is much more to Plymouth’s restaurant scene – with a great diversity of places to eat out in Plymouth serving a variety of international flavours. From Italian, French, Greek and Spanish to Thai, Japanese, Morrocan, Mexican and Indian restaurants in Plymouth, there really is something to suit all tastes.
Situated in the heart of Plymouth's historic Barbican, this family owned and run restaurant has enjoyed phenomenal success. For over 25 years, The Barbican Pasta Bar has received numerous prestigious awards including the coveted National Best Pasta Restaurant, as voted for by the Pasta and Pizza Association, Plymouth's Best Restaurant, as voted for by Plymouth's local radio station listeners and Best Italian Restaurant in Devon and Cornwall.
The Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Club is situated on the water’s edge between The Barbican and Plymouth Hoe. We have magnificent sea views over Plymouth Sound, with three marinas close by. Our Corinthian Restaurant has an enviable reputation for producing a selection of first class lunches, snacks and cream teas.
This wonderfully friendly family run restaurant has been serving some of the best seafood in Plymouth for nearly 25 years. A faithful clientele who know what a gem they have in the middle of the historic Barbican have been coming here for years.