Best British restaurants nearby. Discover the best British food in Plymouth. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for British restaurants near you.. Plymouth (/ˈplɪməθ/ ( listen)) is a city on the south coast of Devon, England, about 37 miles (60 km) south-west of Exeter and 190 miles (310 km) west-south-west of London. It lies between the mouths of the rivers Plym to the east and Tamar to the west, where they join Plymouth Sound to form the boundary with Cornwall.
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4 based on 208 reviews
Visited this cafe as people spoke highly recommend about the food. Order was taken quickly but had to wait over 30 mins for a breakfast could have cooked it myself quicker. Staff looked like they didn't want to be there.Won't be returning or recommendingListen the 5 reviews you have done before all mention Jasmins Cafe funny old thing....even though in this review you make it sound like it is the first time you have visited. Also in all your other reviews you make it look like you have eaten alot of food in one day......listen reviews like this are a complete joke, I think we both know who is behind this , however you have changed your account name!!!Listen if my staff looked like they did not want to be there then it is probably because they had to put up with you and your made up review!!!Why in your reviews would you constantly slate my establishment yet keep visiting., This is the problem with Trip Advisor, the business is not protected against fools who right total s..t like this. Regards. PaulJasmins Cafe
4 based on 1901 reviews
Quay 33 Cafe and Restaurant located on Plymouth Barbican with views over Sutton Harbour, just the place to kick back and relax with good local home-made fresh food cooked by Chef Dave Morgan (formerly Chambers and Morgans). Quay 33 is open seven days a we
This is a cosy restaurant, which fills up very quickly. It is essential to book.Great menu choices, excellent quality food, reasonable prices.We'll definitely go again next time we're going for the late ferry.
4 based on 395 reviews
Small family run Restaurant located within a 500year old Artillery Tower with views across Plymouth sound, Drakes Island & Mount Edgecombe. Cooking with locally sourced seasonal ingredients.
This place is a gem. The food was exquisite as was the tentative service. We were in Plymouth visiting my daughter and had driven down from yorkshire. She recommended this place and we were not disappointed. We could not fault the food and the place inside is full of character. The owners were friendly and the chef even shared a recipe or two when he came to see us after our meal. Well worth supporting such a small business - Absolutely fabulous. angelalT865OZThank you very much for taking the time to review our little restaurant. Thanks for your support.Hope to see you again
5 based on 282 reviews
1 aa rosette - Michelin guide listed 2019 - Food & drink Devon restaurant of the year 2018/2019 - Taste of the west gold 2018 - Trenchermans guide 2018. We are an every occasion local neighbourhood restaurant, priding ourselves on being an independent fam
Travelled from Salcombe to meet business clients and it was worth every mile travelled.Front of house service was brilliant, polite and very attentive.Two dined on hummus for starter but they were in awe when they spotted my fresh blow torched mackerel. Scrumptious.One had the hake whist two of us had the famous fish stew. Worth every penny, fish, cockles and mussels just so fresh and tasty.However, DO NOT pass on the desserts. Those who read my reviews know I am passionate about sticky toffee pudding and this was the best I had tasted in years... WOW..... A great experience and worth every penny. This talented chef visited our table to see if we enjoyed his food. That's a brave move by any chef but you can see the passion and confidence ooze from this man. Thank you chef... and team
4 based on 601 reviews
After asking around for good place to go for a Sunday lunch, the Tudor rose was reccomened...The pro's..* Nice sunny location in court yard garden*service was fast*food was home made*Â£10 set price for lunch and dessert Cons * 2 options of what to have on Sunday...roast or afternoon tea...wow don't over do it!!*roast only had 2 slices of meat on an adults portion, *only soft drinks as an option to drink*stuffing is wet...like runny wet!*was told dessert was apple crumble...it was strudel (I know I'm nit picking)Would I go back...yes, but not for the roast.. It's a tea room, so go for afternoon tea
4 based on 1375 reviews
At the Harbour we cater for all customers. Whether you are with the children or in a large group. We specialise in fresh seafood landed meters away from the restaurant. We also have prime fillet and ribeye steaks to go with your seafood. Lobster and crab
If you like your fish and chips, you will struggle to find better !! We were at Tom Kerridges Hand of Flowers recently(2 Michelin stars) and I wouldn't swap the fish for what I had at the Harbour . Great staff , great fish and chips, look forward to returning soonHi Neil3333,What a great review, thank you so much! To compare our Fish and Chips with that of a two Michelin-starred restaurant is praise indeed!I'll definitely pass your kind comments onto our Front of House and Kitchen teams, we all work extremely hard to ensure that everyone leaves with a smile on their faces.Hopefully we'll 'sea' you again soon.Kind regards,Steve
4 based on 309 reviews
Probably the only remaining significant eating place in Plymouth's nightlife centre and most important tourist area which does not have a Tripadvisor listing. This is an old building with a newish internal rebuild and offers all day and evening food. It i
Perfect Sunday roast for me, we chose the lamb and my grandson chose the kids chicken, which were gorgeously cooked. Crispy fluffy roast potatoes, delicious cauliflower cheese, huge Yorkshire pudding and a lovely amount of carrots, cabbage & peas... Iâm sure Iâm missing something else too! Adding to that, the service was as friendly and efficient as always. We loved it so thank you.
5 based on 227 reviews
We ordered a big portion of cod and a big portion of cod and chips. The pieces of fish were enormous, nicely battered and really tasty. The chips were good too. One portion was enough for 2. It was very quiet in the late afternoon. We didn't have to wait long and the meal was served piping hot. The only negative thing was the dirty floor.
5 based on 227 reviews
Wow what can I say the food was just amazing outstanding flavours Fletcher is an outstanding chef. Jessica front of house was so helpful always seeing if we needed anything very polite explained what we where eating very helpful. We will be returning and telling everyone how amazing it is thank you so much for an amazing date night for me and my hubby xxx
Friendly, relaxing cafÃ© - autism and disability friendly. Age-unlimited soft play and sensory equipment. Indoor and Outdoor seating. Dog-friendly outside area with free dog treats for customers. Table service. Wide range of hot and cold food and drinks. T
My family and I visited this cafe last monday (24th June) and it was brilliant.Nothing is too much trouble for the staff at the cafe and when my son had a meltdown (he is Autistic) the staff didn't flutter an eye lid.The food and drink is lovely and in very reasonable priced.We would definitely recommend this cafe and all the great work the staff do. Thank you! We understand that meltdowns are part of life - better out than in! Look forward to seeing you again
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