Plymouth Restaurants

  • Happy Hour at Pizza Hut!
    Happy Hour at Pizza Hut!
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  • A traditional pasty from Barbican Pasty Co.
    A traditional pasty from Barbican Pasty...
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  • Pizza Hut, Royal Parade, Plymouth
    Pizza Hut, Royal Parade, Plymouth
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  • 1. Piermasters - CLOSED

    UPDATE FEB 2015 - Piermasters is now under new ownership and the name has changed to Quay 33. Still in the same location tho' and reviews seem very positive. Plymouth certainly has a lot of...

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  • 2. Tudor Rose Tea Room

    I was recommended by my guest house to have a cream tea at this tea room and I was not disapppointed! It was nice spending time in this traditional tea room and housed in the Barbican, one of the...

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  • 3. Cap'n Jaspers

    5 out of 5 stars

    A Plymothian institution, Cap'n Jaspers is a glorified burger stall on the dockside in the Barbican district. Now, they don't just serve burgers, but instead foot long hot dogs, burgers with half a...

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  • 4. New China Garden

    The Monday night that I visited was one of torrential horizontal rain and the city centre was pretty much deserted. One thing Plymouth's post-WWII planners didn't take into account is the wind-tunnel...

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  • 5. New Dragon House

    From the outside this looks just like any other Chinese takeaway and at first sight the interior with its formica serving counter and cheap plastic seating serves to reinforce the impression. However...

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  • 6. Thai House

    One of the things I love about Plymouth (as well as its pubs) is the variety of individual, owner-run, restaurants in the city, and especially around the Barbican. Often I just wander until a place...

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  • 7. Platters

    This is one of my favourite restaurants anywhere. Platters is a Plymouth institution: both the fish and chip takeaway and the next door formica-tabled restaurant. There is no pretentiousness here...

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  • 8. Wet Wok

    The outside appearance is nothing but a lie! The exterior is dingy, plain and uninviting. It isn't helped by the fact that this place is only accessible by a narrow entrance down a set of wet...

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  • 9. Himalayan Spice

    I'd been doing my undecided wandering around the Barbican trying to choose where (and what) I fancied to eat - I was sort of in a spicy mood, but maybe seafoody - when a rather attractive woman...

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  • 10. Thai Delight - Taste of Thailand

    Many people knock Plymouth's Pannier Market for being drab and boring. But that kinda misses the point. The market provides everyday basics at very reasonable prices, along with freebie banter and...

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  • 11. Barbican Pasty Co.

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The bakery sells pasties including traditional and vegetarian. Prices range from 2 - 3.50 gbp. There is some seating inside and outside the shop should you want to eat your pasty. I ordered a...

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  • 12. Barista Brothers

    Barista Brothers is a small Italian-orientated group of coffee shops with four outlets around southern England. The company's base is here in Plymouth, along with its flagship operation on Armada...

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  • 13. Royal Gurkha

    This is a relatively recent addition to the Plymouth takeaway food scene and a very welcome one too. The Royal Gurkha specialises in Nepalese cuisine with a few of the more commonplace Indian...

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  • 14. Pizza Hut

    On arrival in Plymouth I stopped at Pizza Hut, an international pizza restaurant chain, on my to my guest house. Pizza Hut offers a variety of special deals such as 'Happy Hour'. Pizza Hut offers a...

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  • 15. Ali Baba

    The restaurant is situated in the center of the city. I ate there a couple of times and everything looked fresh and nice. Food was tasty and more than planty. I have to mention that it was quite...

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  • 16. Eastern Eye

    Their website claims that The Eastern Eye is the oldest Indian restaurant in Plymouth but then goes on to explain that it is a Bangladeshi restaurant!! Ach well......who's counting? Ethnicicity...

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  • 17. Lockyers Quay

    SLOW SLOW SLOW service - pleasant staff force woefully mismanaged so that, even though there were more staff than customers, it took 15 minutes to place an order and another 40 for the food to...

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  • 18. Arribas

    A dinky and cheerfully tacky little number, Arribas consists of a downstairs restaurant and an upstairs tequila and cocktail bar which has a downsized menu based on the food served downstairs. The...

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  • 19. Steak and Omelette

    Located in the middle of the City Centre this is an easy Restaurant to get to. Overlook the decor. The Greco-Roman theme has nothing to do with the cuisine it serves, which is always top notch. I...

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  • 20. Herbies: Herbies

    It's a good place for people-spotting - when I was last there a clown, in full costume and with a little cart to carry his balloon animals, calmly came in and...

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  • 21. Geoff_Wright's Restaurant Tip

    I asked my local publican when she thought Australian wine first came to England. She thought about 10 years or so ago, and she's from New Zealand! Well, this...

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  • 22. Raquelle's Restaurant Tip

    The best thing that you must try when going to an English seaside resort is a stick of rock. This is a sweet which is made from sugar and other things. There...

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  • 23. Geoff_Wright's Restaurant Tip

    And, again, everyone who visits Devon will have heard of the Cyder, even if it it over 100 years old!

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