I stumbled upon this place on my first afternoon in Plymouth. A lovely fire was blazing in the fireplace which was really welcoming on a cold day. The place is quite tiny but cosy and there was a nice feel about the place. The breads are home baked every morning as are the cakes. I had a bowl of squash soup which was delicious.
Service is a little slow but the food makes it worth the short wait. The staff are very friendly and welcoming and the atmosphere inside the bakery has a real old world charm.
The bakery is closed on Saturdays so plan your trip accordingly.
Favorite Dish: The home made soup is wonderful
Stopped off here for a coffee. Really nice atmosphere, the staff were really friendly, the welcome was genuine and excellent service with a smile. Plenty of seating and sufficient space so that you were not left feeling like you were sitting on top of others. It was a lovely place just to sit and chill for a while.
There was a good range of beverages and the coffee was great. There was also a wide selection of pastries and other snacks. There is also free wifi if you want it and the connection was good.
Favorite Dish: Nice fresh pastries.
An alternative to the typical tourist area snacks, Cupcake Charlie's offers fresh baked cupcakes in a variety of flavors that change daily. Parking can be difficult during the tourist season but it is well worth stopping by for a unique sweet treat. They close early, so grab dessert before dinner!
You can check their Facebook page to see the flavors of the day for each location.
This place can make a good deli sandwich, or you can sit at one of their small 28" tables and eat something there. They advertise "authentic italian sandwiches, prepared foods and imported products.
They have pasta specials for lunch, and they're located in the Plymouth Industrial Park across from the RMV.
Favorite Dish: I had the pasta tubes (ziti) and chicken for $7.95. They call it Pasta Giovanni. It was supposed to come with garlic bread, but they never delivered it. So when I asked "where it was", I was told "they're out", so then I had to ask "well, are you going to substitute something, because your menu states that it comes with our lunches (I was there w/2 co-workers who got the same thing, so we were all disappointed, and wondering who was going to ask where this garlic bread was.)
Anyway, they came up with a basket of some bread, but by then, we were thinking that we'll never come back. They don't have a website, but you can call ahead, or stop in and pick up a menu to go.
They have 5 different Pasta dishes for lunch for $7.50 to $7.95. With a soda, you're at over $9.
Not a bad place for fresh, hot pizza! The small pizza with 1 topping AND 1 20oz.bottle of Sprite was only $9.60. Even their large 1 topping was $9.50, so prices are pretty good.
This place appears very new and is across from the Home Depot.
They also have subs and gyros.
This is their 2nd location. Cattina and Eric Guimett opened the South Shore Pizza Factory in 1998 and in 2002, they opened this location. Cattina started working in her fathers pizzeria (Duxbury Pizza) back in 1972, which is still open today. Eric started working there in 1983, and after they got married, they managed the store for over 10 years.
Favorite Dish: I got the small pizza with mushrooms and it was cut into 8 slices. Their small pizza is about 10" in diameter. This serves about 2 people if they're not starving...
They have tables and chairs, and a couple booths with chairs.
They also do Take out - call the number below.
When we visited Plymouth in October of 2008 my boyfriend insisted that we eat dinner at Isaac's. It had been one of his grandparents favorite places to eat and he had been a few times when he was younger, with some great memories.
When we arrived there was a really long wait to be seated, and had time to inspect the restaurant which was extremely outdated with lots of mirrors, brass and black... stuff. Once we were finally seated we were greeted by a really friendly waitress (which was the only upside to our entire experience). Our appetizers were very good and we enjoyed a bottle of wine, but once dinner came out things took a turn for the worse. I had ordered a baked sweet potato on the side and it came out wrapped in foil. When I removed the foil I had to stare at it a while and then asked my boyfriend to look. Not only was it not a sweet potato, but it was COVERED in black mold! It was the most disgusting thing I had ever seen in my entire life and I immediately lost my appetite. We got the waitresses attention and discretly told her what happened so as not to cause a scene. She was very apologetic and understood when I sent back my entire meal, telling me I could have whatever I wanted from the menu. Of course with still NO appetite I was not interested. My boyfriend continued his meal and I eventually ordered a small dessert ($4 value) to put something in my stomach. At the end of all this our bill was still over $70, even with my meal removed and the free dessert. We asked to speak to the manager about the situation and my boyfriend asked really nicely if there was anything else they could do because it was absolutely the worst thing we had experienced at a restaurant. We didn't expect much, but maybe a discount if we decided to return? The manager looked down at us and spoke to us as if we were stupid. She acted as if she had done us the biggest favour in the world by giving us my meal for free after that, even though to someone like me who worked in Customer Service for many years, that was the bare minimum most places would do. We were extremely disappointed and left with a very bitter taste in our mouths and a lousy impression of the restaurant. When posting reviews on other sites online I saw that many other people had, had bad experiences here a few even mentioning the same female manager being rude.
I'd say your best bet is to stay away and find somewhere else to eat!
Their menu on their walls is like large chalkboards with a list of what they make. Their dining room is rather small, though. This place is located in the Benny's shopping Plaza on Rt. 3A.
Their burgers were very good and so were their fries.
They also deliver or prepare for pick-up.
Their hours are 10am -10pm every day.
Favorite Dish: I liked their burger and fries. Not bad and you can find coupons in the mail. Gift certificates are also available.
You can also get real buffalo burgers here, too!
They take credit cards, too!
This place has a huge water fountain & goldfish pool as soon as you walk in. Then, you notice the bar, which blends into the Sushi Bar. And then you notice the rest of the place is divided into 2 areas: the regular booth & table restaurant, and behind the wall is the Hibachi section, which has at least 2 different grills that you sit around. This is where you'd typically see the Chef do their little show on how they cook the food in front of you... sort of like teppanyacki that I've had in China. Each grill can seat over 12 people.
This place is located in the Home Depot exit off of Route 3 (exit 5), and you have to drive into the Home Depot parking lot in order to get there....just keep making left turns. They're in the same parking lot as the Hilton Garden Inn.
They're open from 11am to 10pm (10:30pm on Fri & Sat)
Favorite Dish: I went there for lunch, and to compare it to my "old reliable" regular place for Japanese food called Sushi Joy. This place has bento boxes, too, and a much larger variety on their menu. Their prices, however, seem to be a bit more expensive, but there's a trade-off. For the higher prices, you also get larger portions, but less variety.
Compared to Sushi Joy's bento box, you get a clear soup (with scallion & mushroom pcs) instead of miso soup, you get a slightly larger salad with the orange dressing that is not as watered-down, you get 4 California rolls instead of 3, and you get a larger portion of tempura. We got hot tea, and it came with a tea bag. At Sushi Joy, the tea is brewed in a teapot and I'm pretty sure that they don't charge you for it. Here, it was $1.75 for the tea.
Overall, you pay more for larger portions and slight differences, but I've never left Sushi Joy feeling hungry, either. It was $13/person (compared to $9/person @ Sushi Joy) after tax & tip for the same Teriyaki Bento Box lunch special.
Welcome to Chili's. This is the chain that is scattered between here & Florida.
Their burgers are greasy, and not broiled. Their french fires are good, too.
The inside of the place has signs and miscellaneous paraphanalea hanging on the walls.
They also have a bar with TV's and the typical variety of beers.
Favorite Dish: I like their Buffalo Wings! There sauce is not too hot or not too mild... It's just right. And the wings are not the typical small size, either.
Their marguarita's are OK, but not strong at all.
They also have good salads, but be careful, as they may throw in some bacon bits (real bacon), so if you're thinking you're having a vegetarian meal, you might be mistaken.
If you want a hot or cold sandwich, pocket, wrap or salad, this place is a good choice for a good price! Almost their entire menu is under $8.
Every sandwich is made-to-order, and they have "small, medium and large" versions of their hot & cold subs & "pokkets".
They also have Kids Meals, too, and they're all under $4, too!
They also take credit cards!
Grab one of their Take-out menu's
Favorite Dish: I usually get a medium chicken, mushroom & cheese & peppers hot sub! It is very good and fresh.
You may be able to get a better price from Subway, though, if all you want is a cold or hot sub.
You don't have to be a die-hard fan of Mexican food to go here. If you ARE a fan of Mexican food, then you'll be in heaven with the selection!
They have a full selection of Starters, Salads, Burritos, SAMwiches, Enchiladas, Chimichangas, Quesadillas, Tacos 'n Tamales, Combinations thereof, Fajitas, and their own Specialties (everything else if you're not a fan of Mexican food, like Steak, Salmon, Chicken kabobs, Shrimp & Ribs).
This place is advertised to be "A Block from the Rock". They're open daily from 11:30 to 1am.
Take-out is also available.
Favorite Dish: I like the Fajitas and Burrios. All the Burritos are $11.95 and under. The average price on the menu for meals is $11, and their most expensive dinner dish is only $17.95 and that's for their two different NY Sirloin steak meals.
You can't go wrong for price.
Upstairs, they have 2 pool tables, and at least 1 dart board.
They also have a bar upstairs as well as downstairs.
They also have a covered front area where you can get a table outside, too!
The crowd gets kind of young but if you're there to eat, you'll be happy.
The food is great! They can give you a complimentary bowl of popcorn while you're waiting. Be careful if they offer you cheese & crackers, because they'll charge you for that.
They often have a chalkboard with specials, and they're usually at a good price!
They have a "call-ahead seating phone number, and you can get orders "to go", but they can charge you a 3% "Packaging charge".
They do have lunch "specials" that are served until 4pm, and all but 1 of them are under $8!
They also have "crowd pleazers", and with 1hour advance notice, you can get a large serving of 1 of 7 appetizers "in bulk (that serves 4-6 people).
This is a chain that has locations in 9 states!
Favorite Dish: I like the steak tips, made medium. Their soda is all you can drink, as well as their popcorn!
They also have a bar, too.
This place has an old Plymouth- Pilgrim style flare. It's in an old style building, and it features deli and grill sandwiches, all under $6, too!
They also have soups, salads, and Signature Sandwiches, which are all under $7.
This Cafe is located in the historic Warren house, which was built in 1726 by General John Winslow. It was his great grandson who sailed on the Mayflower and served as govenor of the colony. The house stayed in the family until 1828 when it was "sold to commercial interests".
Favorite Dish: I had one of the signature sandwiches and it was good. For the price, it was worth it. They have some tables and chairs inside so you can take it to go or dine there. They seemed short on help there the day I was there, so we had to wait a little while.
They're only open until 3pm, but they're open by 8am. They serve only breakfast & lunch.
They do catering, too, and they have free delivery for orders over $20. They take credit cards, too! I met Tanya, who is the owner.
This place has been in business since 1984, and if you read their menu, you can conclude that their prices have not changed in over 10 years (since 1994!). That's part of what makes this place a great deal!
The lighting is a little dim, but that's the environment. The most expensive dish on their menu is $7.50! They have a bar and their drinks average under $3, except for the 4 exotic drinks, which are still $4.40, which is dirt cheap.
This is a family-operated business, and their servings are very generous!
Open 12noon to midnight, 7 days a week. Eat there or take out.
Favorite Dish: I usually get the the Beef with Vegetable, and I ask for white rice instead of the fried rice. Most of their combination lunch specials are only $5.90!!
All lunch specials are served with Fresh Green Tea, & bread & butter.
Watch which special you get, as the top of the menu shows which plates come with extra's, (such as an egg rol, spring roll, etc.) and which plates do not come with the extra's, particularly because of the serving size.
This place has an All-You-Can-Eat Buffet. It's not as big as the place near Middleboro, but it's not expensive. Although it's not in Plymouth, it's just up the road, 10 minutes away.
Your best bet is to go just after 12 after the crowd forced them to cook more food. The fried chicken is so fresh & hot that you can burn yourself on it, so be very careful.
An adult is charged $6.95 and children are $4.50 each. They also have 6 flavors of hard ice cream you can scoop yourself, not to mention jello and small cake squares.
They also have a bar and a full menu. They are in the shopping plaza on Rt 3A across from the Hess gas station.
Favorite Dish: I usually get the fried chicken wings, some fried rice, some chicken on a stick, the egg pancake with veggies, the beef & broccoli, the mandarin chicken, and a plate of ice cream! They will ask you what soup you want (hot & sour, or wonton, which is what I get).
After tip, the total per person should be about $8.50-8.75 each. Pretty good for soup, hot tea, lunch and dessert. And ice water.
If you're not into eating until you're bursting, but you do want Chinese food, then check out the place BEHIND the Hess gas station called the Royal Garden. It's the least expensive Chinese food place that I know of! The service is great and they are all smiles. They usually have your empty plate removed before you come back from your 2nd trip to the buffet!