Tantalise your taste buds with a wide range of top quality restaurants in Plymouth

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Tantalise your taste buds with a wide range of top quality restaurants in Plymouth

Plymouth Restaurant Dining

If you like good food you’ll love Plymouth! Plymouth hosts a wide and varied range of high quality restaurants, there is something to suit everyone’s tastes. The city also attracts many celebrity chef’s passionate abut working with finest Westcountry produce.

James and Chris Tanner

The Tanner Brothers – Barbican Kitchen

Chris and James Tanner are the proud owners of one of Plymouth’s most famous restaurant – Barbican Kitchen. The restaurant is located within the historical Plymouth Gin Distillery in the heart of Plymouth Barbican. This funky, modern brassiere first opened it’s door in 2006 and proved to be a very popular place ever since. They pride themselves in sourcing Westcountry’s finest produce, cooked to perfection and beautifully presented.

The restaurant offers a great selection of local fish and meats with plenty of choices to please even the most demanding customers. Over the years they have established great reputation for fine dining so be sure to book in advance. You can often see the famous Tanner brothers in action too!

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill Plymouth offers everything you would expect from a traditional Steakhouse with the superior quality of Marco Pierre White.

Situated at the very top floor of the Crowne Plaza Hotel, it offers spectacular panoramic views of the city and waterfront.

Their dedicated and highly skilled kitchen team use only the finest, locally-sourced produce in order to create mouth-watering yet affordable cuisine

Marco’s restaurants are all about the experience – the buzz, the unique atmosphere, and enjoying the company of friends in the gorgeous, comfortable surroundings, a lively atmosphere, exquisite food and delicious cocktails.

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Mitch Tonks – Rockfish

The Plymouth Barbican welcomed celebrity chef Mitch Tonks in June 2013 when he opened a new restaurant in the building opposite the National Marine Aquarium.

The building was formally used by Architects LHC, but got transformed into a 200 seater seafood restaurant. The seafood used within the restaurant is sustainably sourced and mostly from local fishermen.

www.rockfishdevon.co.uk/plymouth/

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