This restaurant really deserves the many awards and consistently good reviews it has received. These include three rosettes from the AA and a star from Egon Ronay for the excellence of its modern, international cuisine. This country house has spectacular views across the Tamar Valley and into Cornwall. The main restaurant seats up to fifty guests and the Music Room is available for private functions for up to fifteen people. There are always two or three vegetarian options to choose from and their outstanding desserts have won a special award.
The waterfront fort that houses this splendid establishment is 500 years old and enjoys superb views across Devil's Point and Plymouth Sound. The traditional English food served is made with only the freshest local ingredients and there is an excellent wine list. You will only be able to enjoy the wonderful atmosphere in this premiere restaurant if you book in advance, as it is very popular.
This building is one of few in Plymouth that is still in perfect condition, after surviving the Blitz in the Second World War. It originated as an actual working bank, which is evident from the interior. The inside has not been modernized, and still keeps its original air of sophistication. The Bank offers a wide range of food and drinks, and is reasonably priced. . Every Wednesday they hold a karaoke and every Thursday there's a live band playing. They are quite often tribute bands, for example, the very talented Beatles tribute band. This pub is very popular with theater-goers as it is situated right behind the Theatre Royal.Call for more details.
For two decades Jacques Marchal's fine cuisine has drawn clients from near and far. It has also won a Michelin Star and three AA rosettes. Epitomizing personal attention, Susan, his wife, talk you through the unique board for the day and answers all your questions on the very well-balanced wine list with easy expertise. In this restaurant you really are made to feel at home. Lunch is by booking only.
After a tour of the historic Barbican, what better way to finish of an eventful day than to relax at this excellent restaurant? Here you will find seafood cooked to perfection. All the fish is freshly caught locally and you can choose from seabass, Lobster Thermidor, scallops, monkfish, Dover sole, salmon and many more. They have a good variety of steaks and chicken dishes for those not keen on fish. They also specialize in Greek dishes of all sorts, with a superb Meze on offer. With room for parties and business lunches as well as intimate candlelit dinners, this restaurant has a lot to offer.
This authentic restaurant is a favorite with the local Italian community and people who enjoy classic Italian food. You can have very attentive, speedy service - or chat and relax for hours. The decor is stylish with warm wood and white and gray tones in the bar and restaurant, which seats up to fifty in very comfortable seats. It's a family-orientated restaurant, providing excellent value for money. Among the full selection of freshly prepared Italian dishes the pasta, veal and fish are outstanding and, as with the wines, there is something from every region. House wines are light and pleasant and complement any meal.
If you'd like a glimpse of life on a real Devon working farm, this is the place to come. It is a 700 acre farm set amongst tors and woodland. Here they will be happy to entertain you in the farm, or the garden in fine weather. They serve both hot and cold meals, all made with delicious homemade food. A good holiday activity is to try out the traditional Devon cream tea of scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, in establishments right across Dartmoor. Then decide who serves the best one. Brimpts Farm is sure to appear high on your list of favorites. Children are welcome here and farm walks are organized. Accommodation is available in their well converted barn, which has 10 family rooms. Call +44 845 034 5968 for more.
A friendly and welcoming restaurant in the heart of this honest little town.
This isolated Dartmoor pub can be found on open moorland between Postbridge and Moreton Hampstead. It's a traditional pub with beams, stone floor, old wooden settles and open fires at each end. Rumor has it that the fire has been continuously burning in the open fire place since the pub moved from its original site in 1845, traditionally to keep the Devil away. This is a free house and serves Flower's Original, Bishop's Tipple, Murphy's Stout, Taunton Cider, and more. Bar snacks are available at midday and meals in the evening.
The Old Sail Loft Restaurant is a popular eatery serving delicious pub-grubs. Call ahead for more details.