Places to Eat in Plymouth

Restaurant Review

Otter Garden Centre, Plymouth

Sue Cade gives into temptation and enjoys fresh flavours at this restaurant

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Restaurant Review

Boringdon hall restaurant

Boringdon Hall Hotel

Katy Hanley experiences a culinary adventure at this historic hotel

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Restaurant Review

The Greedy Goose, Plymouth

The Greedy Goose

Fine flavour and presentation, coupled with the candlelit charm of a historic building, make this restaurant a hit with Lucy Baker-Kind

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Restaurant Review

PL1 Restaurant, Plymouth

PL1 Restaurant

Jennie Cooper samples the culinary skills of some chefs of the future

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The port city of Plymouth is one of Devon’s proudest jewels, most well-known for its maritime heritage and historic Barbican district. The most famous food location of Plymouth is its busy fish market, one of the best places to eat in Plymouth. But where are the others? Sharing that vital knowledge with our readers is our mission here at Taste Buds magazine!

Here at Taste Buds we are proud Devonians who are always looking to share the best places to eat in Plymouth, whether that’s at the top Plymouth restaurants or finding an undiscovered pop-up eatery. Our Devon-based writers are on the hunt all the time, eating out in Plymouth regularly and writing quality Plymouth restaurant reviews, so you can discover the best places for a delicious meal.

Keep an eye on our website for information on the latest food-related events happening in Plymouth such as Flavour Fest, the region’s largest food and drink festival, and interviews with independent food producers who are doing their bit in contributing something new to Plymouth’s burgeoning food and drink scene.

We know there are plenty of good places to eat in Plymouth, as well as those producing excellent food for those restaurants to use. If you know any good restaurants in Plymouth that you think we should be writing more about, please don’t hesitate to let us know here at Taste Buds magazine. After all, great food is meant to be shared, isn’t it?

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