Top 10 Places to Eat
Indulge in the some of the finest food and drink Plymouth has to offer by viewing our top 10 places to eat.
- Barbican Kitchen - housed in the world famous Plymouth Gin distillery, the Barbican Kitchen was established in 2006 by TV Chefs Chris and James Tanner.The Barbican Kitchen takes full advantage of the superb larder available to us here in the Westcountry. With the menu showcasing stunning local meats, vegetables and top quality fish.
- River Cottage Canteen & Deli - the award-winning restaurant from TV celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, showcases a wide selection of dishes made from freshly prepared seasonal, local, organic and wild food. Located on the Royal William Yard, it offers spectacular views of the River Tamar, looking towards the Sound and across to Cornwall.
- The Greedy Goose - set in Plymouth’s oldest building, Prysten House, in the centre of Plymouth, it is grade 1 listed, and dates back to 1487. They source the best seasonal produce from the West Country & serve them in modern, modest & flavoursome dishes. Chef Ben believes that the best way to approach food is to be unpretentious & uncomplicated. This reflects in the menus at The Greedy Goose. They believe that every occasion should be exceptional, whether you’re joining us for a light lunch in the beautiful courtyard, dinner with friends or family, a romantic night out or a big celebration.
- The Boathouse Cafe - a seafood cafe and restaurant, set in a unique location in the fisherman's arches on the Mayflower Steps and just a stone's throw from Plymouth's historic Barbican. Their speciality is wonderful fresh fish and shellfish, caught by their own day boats, along with locally sourced, seasonal produce.
- The Gallery at Boringdon Hall - provides a variety of traditional English cuisine in intimate, candlelit surroundings. Guests van relax at the Boringdon Bar, with its leather sofas, oak-panelled bar, and arched doorway. Recently awarded three AA Rosettes and is officially Plymouth's highest rated restaurant.
- Rockfish Seafood & Chips - is a relaxed place to enjoy some great fish and shellfish. It is no accident that their restaurant is located close to the fish market,so that the mornings catches of prime fish and shellfish are on your plate that very same day. Rockfish in Plymouth is situated between the Plymouth Fish Market and the National Marine Aquarium, the perfect location for a family seafood restaurant! The menu allows flexible dining, for those looking for just a plate of award winning fish & chips with the family or those looking for a seafood feast!
- Seco Lounge - is an informal, neighbourhood food led cafe/bar where families, friends, and locals can come for a coffee, a drink, or something to eat in a relaxed comfortable environment. Located in Royal William Yard, Seco Lounge provides great outdoor seating on a hot day.
- Chloe's Restaurant - designed for the discerning diner all the dishes are prepared from the finest fresh locally sourced ingredients by chef patron Didier and his highly skilled team. Didier is a French Chef slaving away in the kitchen to ensure your pallet and tastebuds are kept entertained like only the French know how.
- Chocaccino - indulge in a luxury afternoon tea at this delicious chocolate shop in the Barbican. Run by a chocoholic mother-daughter team the shop aims to create not just chocolate but art, experimenting with new flavours and techniques.
- The Chancel - offers a warm welcome and relaxed atmosphere. Receiving daily deliveries of Fresh Fish and the use of local suppliers for their Meat and Vegetables. Everything is cooked from scratch and to your liking, so not a place to visit if you`re in a hurry but perfect for a relaxed dining experience.