Best Places to Eat and Drink in Plymouth

When you plan a visit to Plymouth, eat and drink as the locals do. To get the taste of the city rolling on your tongue, you must head towards the best places to eat and drink in Plymouth. While a few places may lead you to small eateries offering mouth-watering food, others would take you to high-end restaurants in Plymouth serving sumptuous meals. From cafes serving hearty breakfasts to delis serving a variety of cuisines, this extensive list of best restaurants in Plymouth itself will take you on a gastronomical journey. After exploring all the best things in Plymouth, treat your taste buds at any of these places.

Let's discover the best spots for foods, drinks and nightlife in Plymouth:

  1. The Treasury-cafe, Bar And Restaurant

    Bar, Club, Restaurant, Nightlife

    A lively place, drop in for some European fine dine experience. The classic English breakfast and afternoon tea are some of the major USP’s of the place. They also serve a varied range of cocktails and champagne.
  2. Royal William Victualling Yard

    Monument, Food And Drinks, Architecture

    An important victualling depot of the British Royal Navy, the Royal William Victualling Yard was named after King William IV. Built between 1826 and 1835, the site occupies 16 acres of area. Although the Yard was closed in 1992, it is a Grade I listed property and is termed as the grandest of the royal victualling yards. Most of the building remains unaltered and is one of the most magnificent ...Read more
  3. The Bread And Roses Free House

    Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Entertainment

    Known as the social enterprise hub of Plymouth, the Bread and Roses free house is popular among the locals and tourists alike. Live music, great drinks and scrumptious spread of food makes it one of the best places to hangout in Plymouth. International DJ’s, visual arts, comedy, film, poetry readings, language centre and book club are some of the major crowd pullers!
  4. The Dairy Bar- Private Lounge

    Bar, Club, Nightlife

    They serve cocktails in pint sized milk bottles! Yes, and this makes it one of the best places to chill with friends. The place has a great atmosphere and serves a delectable range of drinks, apart from the good food.
  5. Tigermilk At The Duke

    4.4 (1 Vote)
    Tigermilk At The Duke

    Food And Drinks, Performance

    Famous for its delectable range of cocktails and spirits, this is a 1920’s speakeasy inspired venue with some killer jamming happening in the evenings. Jazz, Blues, Soul and Funk are the kinds of music performed here and the spirit tasting events add to the charisma of the place. Drop in for some great drinks and good music to make your evening in Plymouth an affair to remember.
  6. Grosvenor Casino And Restaurant

    Bar, Food And Drinks, Casino, Restaurant

    Excellent entertainment, bar, casino and an uber-chic restaurant; need a reason more to be here? Try your hand at Blackjack, poker and Roulette, chill at the bar with a drink of your choice and finish with a three-course meal; you’ll be pleased!
  7. The Firs Guest House


    While tripping Plymouth you must consider booking your suite in The Firs Bed and Breakfast to get a comfortable stay. Eight lovely guest bedrooms are split over the two floors of this three-star hotel. All the elegantly designed rooms of this hotel are well equipped with double or twin beds, colour TVs, free internet, complimentary toiletries, coffee/tea machines, hair dryers and other basic fa...Read more
  8. National Marine Aquarium

    4.4 (232 Votes)
    National Marine Aquarium

    Aquarium, Educational Site, Food And Drinks

    United Kingdom’s largest Aquarium, the National Marine Aquarium thrives for conservation, research and education about oceanic ecosystem. Coral reefs, 70 sharks belonging to 10 different species including small catfish to large sand tiger sharks and the interactive dive show is something you shouldn’t miss on you visit! The Aquarium is a perfect place to plan a family outing, a smal...Read more
  9. Plymouth Gin Distillery

    4.6 (157 Votes)
    Plymouth Gin Distillery

    Bar, Specialty Shop

    In operation since 1793, the Plymouth Gin distillery is the only gin distillery in the city. The original building opens on the Southside Street on the location of a Dominican Monastery (dating back to 1431). A bar and bistro with the historical distillery equipment displayed behind the acrylic glass, it is claimed that Pilgrim Fathers stayed here before boarding the Mayflower to North America....Read more
  10. Le Vignoble

    4.5 (34 Votes)
    Le Vignoble

    Food And Drinks, Specialty Shop

    Known for its range of casual and contemporary wine, Le Vignoble dates back to 19th century. There are special tasting events and courses offered where patrons can relish the 36 different kinds of wines aged to perfection. Alternatively, you can also drop just for the drinks after your meal! 
  11. St Elizabeth's House

    4.6 (3 Votes)
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