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The Boathouse Cafe

The Boathouse Cafe

Our seafood cafe and restaurant, set in a unique location in the fisherman's arches on the Mayflower Steps, just a stone's throw from Plymouth's historic Barbican.


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.

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  1. Veggie Perrins

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    Veggie Perrins



    Welcome to Veggie Perrin’s cruelty-free restaurant. Veggie Perrin’s takes a moral stand against violence to animals, hence none of our cuisine contains ingredients derived from cruelty to animals. No fish, prawns or even eggs are used in our recipes.

  2. The Boathouse Cafe

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    The Boathouse Cafe


    The Barbican, Plymouth

    The Boathouse Cafe is a seafood cafe and restaurant, set in a unique location in the fisherman's arches on the Mayflower Steps, just a stone's throw from Plymouth's historic Barbican.

  3. The West Hoe

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    The West Hoe


    West Hoe, Plymouth

    The West Hoe Pub is a warm and friendly traditional English pub. The pub serves a full selection of draught beers, wines and spirits for our enjoyment along with a lovely range of soft drinks for those non-drinkers and drivers.

  4. Il Capriccio

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    Il Capriccio



    We are two chefs but we employ another Italian chef as well, Ramona, she made possible the evening openings.

    We prepare everything as we would do for our own family. We use old recipies from our mums and nannies as well our own creations, but at the heart of it all there is love for cooking and...

  5. The Dartmoor Lodge Hotel

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    The Dartmoor Lodge Hotel



    Our restaurant is informal and relaxed. Delicious home cooked food is complemented by an extensive range of locally produced real ales.

    Our Sunday carveries are locally renowned for a very good reason.

  6. The Bank

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    The Bank



    A beauty of a Plymouth pub. The Bank may be one of the most handsome pubs in Plymouth, being a rare survivor of World War II bombing raids, but there's plenty of substance behind the style! Serving a wide range of beers and hearty pub-food!

  7. The Wildflower Restaurant and Dartmoor Bar

    The Wildflower Restaurant and Dartmoor Bar





    Located on the edge of Dartmoor, just a few minutes from Plymouth city centre, a friendly welcome awaits you at The Wildflower Restaurant and Dartmoor Bar at the Moorland Garden Hotel.

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    The Treasury Lounge Bar and restaurant





    An exclusive Lounge Bar offering an outstanding eclectic blend of food, cocktails, music and service within stunning architecture.

  9. The China House

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    The China House




    Sutton Harbour, Plymouth

    The China House is a country pub & restaurant oozing rural charm and rustic character. Our picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on our menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales.

  10. Port O'Call

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    Port O'Call




    The Hoe, Plymouth

    We are a friendly family run cafe that pride our selves on the phrase "the customer is always right". Open from breakfast to mid-evening; this cafe offers delicious meals through the day. It is in a brilliant location near The Hoe.

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