It's National Seafood Week, so what better way to celebrate than sharing our top 5 places to go for some seafood delights this weekend!

We’re home to one the largest fish markets in the country and with the ocean right on our doorstep, you can look forward to tucking in to some of the freshest and most delicious fish and seafood available.


Set in a Grade II listed building, just seconds away from the bustle of Plymouth’s city centre, Kuku serves up contemporary Japanese cuisine and is a great place to enjoy fresh fish and seafood in a different way. Grab a seat at the sushi-bar and watch the chefs craft elegant and refined foodie masterpieces before your eyes. Share a platter of sushi, or indulge in a fish dish from the robata grill.

The Boathouse Café

You can’t get much closer to the water than this! Tucked in the fisherman’s arches near the Mayflower Steps, choose from their classic menu or the new Scallop Shack menu, which offers locally-caught scallops (from their own boat) that have been lovingly shucked, prepared and cooked to order by their expert chefs.

Rockfish Plymouth

Mitch Tonks’ Plymouth restaurant has beautiful harbour views and serves up delicious fresh fish dishes, from traditional fish and chips to fritto misto, prawn tacos and Jersey Rock oysters. They also offer a local fish menu, which changes daily depending on the catch of the day.

The Harbour

Situated – unsurprisingly – right on the edge of Plymouth’s historic harbour, this restaurant has amazing views. The whole family will be happy to eat here, with a kids’ menu and veggie and vegan options alongside plenty of delicious fish dishes – with unique options including seafood tacos, tuna steak and a scallop burger. They also serve up lobster and crab every day if you’re looking for a special treat!

Barbican Kitchen

Located inside Plymouth Gin Distillery, Barbican Kitchen is run by celebrity chef duo, the Tanner brothers. The restaurant makes the most of the delicious fresh produce on offer in the South West, including fish purchased at the local market, so the menu options vary depending on the season and availability. 



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