Whether you’re grabbing lunch on a day out with the kids or are making an evening reservation for the family, there are plenty of places to eat in Plymouth with a diverse range of food to choose from. 

Here, we will share with you some of our favourite top restaurants in Plymouth, as well as some cafés and pubs that will welcome you and your family with open arms!

Cafés and Lunch Spots

Quay 33
Quay 33 is a gorgeous café and restaurant situated on the Barbican where you can enjoy grill and pasta dishes whilst admiring the gorgeous harbour views. This is the perfect place to stop by for a casual but delicious lunch on a day out with your family. 

The Tudor Rose Tea Rooms
Wonderfully traditional, The Tudor Rose Tea Rooms can be found in one of the stunning listed buildings on New Street on the Barbican. The staff at The Tudor House Team Rooms are passionate about their food, which is all freshly cooked and truly delicious. They have a large and varied menu, with main meals, smaller bites and afternoon tea to choose from.

Restaurants

Barbican Pasta Bar
This award winning, family run Italian restaurant can be found in the heart of Plymouth’s historical Barbican. With gorgeous décor and food to match, the Barbican Pasta Bar caters perfectly for families young and old who love great Italian food. Passionate about their cooking, the staff at Barbican will give you a warm welcome and a dining experience that you won’t forget! 

Bistrot Pierre 
This stylish restaurant is the perfect venue to celebrate a special occasion with your family. Their friendly and attentive staff will take good care of you and your party whilst you enjoy the regional French dishes Bierre Pierre has to offer. With lavish indoor and outdoor seating areas, Bistrot Pierre is the perfect place to treat your family to some fantastic food all year round. 

Zuzimo
Zuzimo provides a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere to enjoy fresh, homemade food cooked from locally sourced ingredients. Their varied and flavourful menu that incorporates cooking styles from around the world is guaranteed to cater for every taste. With steak, tapas, tagines and more to choose from, you and your family will be spoilt for choice.

Pubs

The Fisherman’s Arms
Just minutes away from the vibrant Barbican, this delightful, country pub is full of character. Offering a great choice of wholesome pub food and drinks, The Fisherman’s Arms is a great place to take the family for lunch or dinner.

The Brook Inn
For an inviting place to enjoy a drink and some high-quality pub food, head to The Brook Inn, a family-friendly pub with a cosy interior and lovely garden area. A live music venue and popular for it’s great food, this welcoming pub is bound to become a new favourite amongst your family.

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