Discover Delicious Food & Drink in Plymouth
Looking for fresh local produce, prepared by some of the best chefs in the finest locations? You’ve come to the right place. With the freshest seafood, great views, delightfully cosy cafes and plenty of pubs, there's plenty of dining delights just waiting to be discovered along the waterfront. You can also find a whole host of cuisines on offer in the city centre, with a melting pot of cultures meeting, so whether you're stopping for a bite to eat during a busy day shopping or want a special evening out, there's something on the menu you'll enjoy! Plymouth is the home to several top celebrity chefs; local boys Chris and James Tanner run the hugely popular Barbican Kitchen restaurant and Marco Pierre White's Steakhouse Bar & Grill in the Crowne Plaza on The Hoe. If you venture further out to into the countryside, there are numerous country pubs and superb restaurants in idyllic surroundings of the Tamar Valley. Many have gardens and welcome dogs and children. Don't miss
Rain or shine, Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean City is home to breath-taking views, plenty to see and do and lots of fresh, sea air. Explore the waterfront, shop ‘til you drop or experience world-class events. The waterfront location plays centre stage in the city’s fascinating history, from sea captain Sir Francis Drake setting off to circumnavigate the world, to the sailing of the Mayflower in 1620. Come rain or shine Britain’s Ocean City is home to breath-taking views, plenty to see and do and lots of fresh, sea air. There’s nowhere quite like it!
Plymouth is 230 miles southwest of London, on the border of Devon and Cornwall, in southwest England. From London, Plymouth is 3 hours 15 mins by rail or 3 hours 50 mins by road.
Flights from London City to Exeter Airport (47 miles from Plymouth) take 1 hour 10 mins. Flights from London Gatwick to Newquay take 1 hour 10 mins.