The chef-proprietor's menus are English, but culinary influences are French. The atmosphere is loved by regulars and businesses (80% of custom), but ... More
The chef-proprietor's menus are English, but culinary influences are French. The atmosphere is loved by regulars and businesses (80% of custom), but visitors are welcome. Traditional stone, carpets, wall-hangings, linens and 36 comfortable seats grace the first floor restaurant. The second floor (available for functions) is even more intimate with 20 seats. Background music is discrete. Classic but individual food, with local fresh fish (including scallops and turbot), local meat (racks of lamb) and game (duck and quail). The wine list befits the style. House wines are Blanc de Blanc, and Minervois (red): bottle £9.95, glass £2.50. Average spend for a meal is around £20.
We hold all our special accasions there for many years and most of their business is from happy repeat customers. A comprehensive menu and many specials on the board and a set price menu. Not had a bad meal there to date.
If you are looking for really good fish and chips, this large establishment in the city centre has a takeaway
fish bar selling many different types of fish, chips and cold and hot drinks. The portions are very big ...
This expensive but elegant restaurant caters for all sorts, from romantic evening twosomes to big, brash corporate lunches. The food
is styled as "gourmet", and accordingly on the pricey side, but the restaurant certainly fits the bill as somewhere ...
This thriving restaurant comes highly recommended. As well as Peking and Cantonese food, this is one of the few places
in Plymouth specialising in Malaysian cuisine, all at reasonable prices. They do a wonderful lunch special for about £5 ...