The Bombay Brasserie opened in the Autunm of 2008 and has already gained an enviable reputation for fine, authentic, Indian Cuisine in Plymouth. Located on Plymouth's Historic Spice Wharf, fresh and local ingredients are blended with the finest herbs and spices under the watchful eye of our Award Winning Chefs. Our dining room provides style and sophistication in equal measure and brings with it a little part of "Bollywood" to the heart of Plymouth city. Simply put, we aim to provide an unrivalled experience in Great Indian Food and the surroundings in which it should be enjoyed. If you are looking for very the best Indian Restaurant in Plymouth, then this is the place for you...
Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner, our experienced staff are eager to please and will happily guide you through the extensive menus. Our dining room lends itself to any celebration no matter how large with comtemporary private booths, open plan tables or comfy corners. All your favourite Indian Beers are available alongside an impressive list on fine wines, ciders and spirits. For those who wish to roll the boat out a little further our Cocktail Bar will ensure your evening with us is a huge success. We truly look forward to seeing you soon at one of Plymouth's best Indian Restaurants.
Well, for Sue and myself, creating Jolly Jacks must be one of the most amazing things we have done. Not only are we in a fabulous location, right on the Mayflower Marina, with spectacular views, right on the Devon and Cornish borders, with the sea just there.We have the most amazing people come visit us from all over Devon, as well as the friendly bunch of folk who have their yachts moored. Word is spreading about Jolly Jacks, which is absolutely amazing, and for that we will be forever grateful, as we really have turned our lives around in such a short space of time.
We relocated from Leicestershire and Wiltshire, left family and friends, to realise our vision for a bar bistro; Jolly Jacks in Plymouth, Devon.
It all began when two old friends, crossed paths after many years of going their way. Call it fate.
We are living testament of taking life by the throat, taking a risk in these risky times, but using our life experience to deal with it, and having fun, a laugh and a giggle along the way. It is hard work, but we are having a great time, and simply enjoying working together, and with our team, our family and friends new & old we are living their dream and loving it in sunny Devon – Simply Fab.
Whether you are looking for a more formal experience in our grand, yet relaxed Restaurant or an informal light lunch in our Lounge, you will appreciate the taste of the finest fresh ingredients from the South West prepared for you by our award-winning chefs. Either will afford you the relaxing ambience to enjoy your meal at leisure.
Due to the location of The Duke of Cornwall Hotel, our Lounge Bar is the ideal setting for a relaxing drink with friends or as a meeting point to enjoy refreshments prior to being entertained at the nearby venues in Plymouth.
Address: Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Millbay Road, Plymouth, PL1 3LG
With an unbeatable combination of great food and great coastal views, The Dock is a family run café and restaurant that’s perfect for everyone!
Whether you’re celebrating something special or just catching up with friends over coffee or cocktails, we offer an informal, relaxed setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner using the very finest food – sourced from across Devon and Cornwall.
Situated at King Point Marina, in the heart of the Plymouth’s vibrant and ever changing Coastal Quarter in Millbay, enjoy the wonderful outlook from our two al fresco balcony dining areas.
Address: The Dock Restaurant, King Point Marina, Brunel Way, Plymouth, PL1 3EF
New Continental Hotel front Office team offer a warm welcome and are here to make your stay with us a pleasant and enjoyable occasion.
The hotel is in the hub of the city centre, is easy to find with plenty of car parking, new smart bedrooms, great food and leisure facilities. Ideal for shopping a show at Pavilions or Theatre and close to Home park football ground.
Plymouth is in the very heart of the south west and the New Continental Hotel is the ideal place to stay and the perfect base which to visit nearby places of interest. Located in the city centre adjacent to Plymouth Pavilions.
A Victorian Grade II Listed Building the New Continental, Plymouth's largest independent hotel, is situated in the heart of the city centre, adjacent to Plymouth Pavilions and close to the Theatre Royal, Barbican and historic Plymouth Hoe. With the advantage of our own private car park, we can provide parking for up to 80 vehicles.
Three Star AA/ETC rated, all 99 en-suite bedrooms have been tastefully and individually decorated and equipped with all the modern amenities to ensure all guests a comfortable and relaxing stay.
For over 20 years, Platters Restaurant Plymouth has sourced the finest fresh fish from Plymouth's historic Barbican every morning and served up fine dishes to its diners.
Those loyal diners come from literally all over the UK, not just for the fresh local seafood, but for a warm welcome from a family owned establishment.
Famous visitors have included Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber who described his meal at Platters Restaurant as, "the finest fish I have tasted."
Platters has that aim for everybody
Address: Platters Restaurant, 12 The Barbican, Plymouth, PL1 2LS
The Eastern Eye Restaurant in Plymouth has been serving some of the best contemporary Indian cuisine direct from Bangladesh for over twenty seven years. Welcome to one of Plymouth's best loved Indian restaurants.
OPENING HOURS :
Our Restaurant in Plymouth is open every day of the year from 6pm until midnight Sunday to Thursday and from 6pm until 2am on Friday and Saturday nights. We are also open every Christmas Day from 1pm until 6pm.
Address: The Eastern Eye Indian Restaurant, 57 Notte St, Plymouth, PL1 2AG
Welcome to The Fisherman’s Arms free house. One of Plymouth’s oldest pubs and a real hidden gem! We (Donna and Lee) opened the pub as a freehouse on Wednesday 17th December 2014!
The Fisherman’s Arms is a country pub and is proud to be just that, a real pub. We are located just minutes from the historic and vibrant Barbican but indeed part of the original history with part of the Plymouth Castle wall being located in the pub (there are many stories of hauntings).
Come and enjoy a friendly welcome, sample our local beers and good food, sit and relax by our open fire.
We look forward to welcoming you all to the Fisherman’s Arms soon.
Address: The Fishermans Arms, 31 Lambhay Street, The Barbican, PL1 2NN
Welcome To The Mission Cafe, Bar, Bistro, & Restaurant Plymouth. The most unique venue & building in Plymouth to eat drink relax and soak up the true atmosphere of the barbican and its surroundings.
With outside seating and tree shaded area to drink coffee and watch the world go by to eating in the 19th century restaurant or having a drink at the bar The Mission has something to offer everyone Situated in Palace street just beside the Plymouth law courts Drop in today you won''t be disappointed
Address: Sir John Hawkins Square, Palace Street, Plymouth, PL1 2AY
Welcome to The Minerva Inn.
A warm welcome awaits you from Martin, Shelly and the staff who took over The Minerva in June 2007.
The Minerva is situated in Looe Street, in the Barbican area of Plymouth, located close to the town centre and bus station.
The pub holds live music nights 3 times a week and a Jam night every Thursday, which is free for all budding musicians to sharpen their strings, whistles or vocal chords!
The Minerva Inn was named after the Goddess Minerva. Minerva was the daughter of Jupiter and Metis. She was considered to be the virgin goddess of warriors, poetry, medicine, commerce, wisdom, crafts and the inventor of music(www.crystallinks.com).
The Minerva Inn is Plymouth’s oldest serving public house, circa 1540.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Minerva Inn.
Address: The Minerva Inn, 31 Looe Street, The Barbican,Plymouth, PL40EA
We want you to explore the fascinating world of coffee and wine, without feeling intimidated or over-whelmed. Find out about the people and stories behind them. Taste alongside sharing and grazing dishes specially prepared to get the best from them and enjoy them so much more. Take some downtime, relax in our lounge, read a newspaper or magazine, borrow and exchange from our bookshelf, challenge your neighbour to chess or scrabble, or simply sit and watch the river action. Just Be is somewhere you can come to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, whether on your own or with friends and family. Come and join us, be spoilt and Just Be, you deserve it.
Address: Just Be, 3 Old Ferry Road, Saltash, PL12 4EH
The Village Restaurant started life over 27 years ago and is one of Plymouth’s oldest seafood restaurants and has established a well deserved reputation in Plymouth for serving the finest fish and seafood dishes, as well as local meat, poultry and game with an Grecian twist.
Our menu offers a fresh new approach to fine dining and the Village Restaurant aims to provide a relaxed dining experience whilst serving the best food from a continually changing and diverse menu.
The Village Restaurant's owner and head chef Melis Ioannou along with chef Said specialises in locally caught seafood, and take real pleasure in bringing to the Village Restaurant 'good honest food with a difference' using local produce that always reflects the season.
With a keen interest in making the most of the locality and the produce it has to offer, only the best are used, ingredients from local area's are gathered and plated in a matter of hours to ensure the seasonality of the wild produce.
With a well thought out wine list to compliment your menu which regularily changes, along with great service, one can look forward to food cooked to perfection and a lunch or evening of something just that little bit special.
Address: The Village Restaurant, 33 Southside Street, Barbican, Plymouth, Devon, PL12LE
Our award winning waterside pub has been completely renovated using reclaimed materials, English oak, local stone, and lots of love and affection. The style is strong yet simple, spacious yet cosy; it feels like a proper pub, unfussy, uncomplicated but pleasingly functional.
Enjoy good, fresh, homemade food, great beers and interesting wines, whilst surrounded by wooden floors, old furniture, log fires, bookcases and dozens of local pictures.
We also love beer and our cellar has a good range of regional and local beers, most from brewers that know us well. When you know who brewed it somehow it tastes better! Our main beer comes from Summerskill's just down the road, supported by beers from Princetown Breweries on Dartmoor and others who share our pleasure in beer.
Address: The Ship Inn, Noss Mayo, South Devon, PL8 1EW
Welcome to The Hidden Olive. One of Plymouth's Newest eatery's and a real hidden treasure.
We source everything locally except for a few items that we import especially through our network of tall ships. Everything is made in house and cooked to order. We pride ourselves on offering a relaxed and friendly approach to fine dining, on the best part of Plymouth's water edge.
We offer free wi-fi and even allow dogs.
To book a table please call 01752 657070
Address: The Hidden Olive, Unit 1 Pinnacle Quay, Plymouth, PL4 0BJ
Welcome to Montys. Great Breakfasts, Gourmet Coffee and the best way to start your day on the Barbican. Our core menu features fresh local food bought in daily with some exceptional fish from the fish market opposite to make for a perfect lunch stop. Our specials board really showcases local produce and we think you'll be surprised and delighted with the quality of our food.
We are licenced and have a great choice of wines and bottled beer to quench any thirst. Open for morning coffees and breakfast through to afternoon tea and cake our philosophy is a simple one. Great, fresh local and seasonal food served in a relaxed and laid back atmosphere.
Address: Montys Cafe, 13 The Barbican, Plymouth, PL1 2LS
Supha's will be a street food emporium offering relaxed dining with a Asian-style menu, an open kitchen and fresh fish sourced daily from nearby Plymouth Fisheries and kept in a wet fish counter, so customers can pick their fish to be cooked.
The new concept is the brainchild of Plymouth entertainment entrepreneur and events organiser Dan Thompson and his partner, experienced Thai chef Suphawadee Kaden.
The couple have co-created Supha's, pronounced 'supers', which is named after Suphawadee, who has previously worked in many leading local restaurants.
We offer exquisitely presented, authentic Nepalese and Indian food, served in modern and welcoming surroundings, freshly prepared by our Master chefs. Nepal is the country known as the birth place of Buddha, and country of the highest peak in the world, Mt. Everest and great brave Gurkha solders. Nepalese cuisine has a unique combination of food from the tropical low lands to the cold Himalayan geography. This alone has played a major role in the eating pattern.
Nepalese food is prepared using the most common spices combined with distinct Himalayan spice TIMUR (a cousin of Schewan pepper) and the herbs called JIMBU directly imported from the highland of Nepal. As a consequence the unique Nepalese cuisine is fast becoming one of the world's favourites. We look forward to welcoming you for finest Nepalese and Indian cuisine in Plymouth again again. Chef Choice dishes- King Prawn Everest, Sherpa, Lamb and Honey Hunter curry.
At The Ganges we strive for prompt, efficient and courteous service to leave an impressionable mark on our customers. If it’s a popular Indian dish, we do it, choose your favourite from our extensive delivery menu. Customers will appreciate the quick delivery and the very well made food. Browse our delicious menu of Indian dishes and have it delivered straight to your door.
Food Hygiene rating 5 Star & British Curry Award 2013