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The best places for outdoor eating in Plymouth

There’s nothing nicer than a meal with friends or family - but in this weather, what could be better than al fresco dining?

We look at some of the best place to eat al fresco in Plymouth

Rhubarb & Mustard

Simplicity is key here, with a simple menu of coffee, sandwiches, soup, and cake. Its high altitude Arabica coffee is sustainably sourced, with its savoury snacks offering up fresh, local produce, and homemade cakes. Enjoy a light bite outdoors to make the most of this relaxing setting.

The Tudor Rose Tea Rooms & Garden

Recently renovated, and located in a Listed building in the Barbican area, The Tutor Rose Tea Rooms and Garden offers a sophisticated patio area within its historic walled English garden, were you can enjoy a private meal. It serves a great range of affordable and traditional pub food, as well as afternoon tea.

Supha’s Street Food Emporium

Spilling out from the restaurant at Sutton Harbour, Supha’s Street Food Emporium allows you to taste authentic Asian-inspired cuisine from Thailand, Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam. Seasonal produce is cooked in an open kitchen, where you can discuss your meal preferences with the chef directly. Two minutes away from the local fish market, working with local supplier Moby Nicks, it offers your favourite fish cooked in a fresh new way.

Jacka Bakery

Jacka Bakery is a Plymouth institution, having been around since 1610 and located inside a Grade II Listed building. Open during the day, this family-run bakery serves up a great range of fresh food, along with its speciality sourdough and coffee selection. Located in the Barbican area of Plymouth, it has an outdoor patio area. Pizza fans, take note: Jacka’s is reported to be the best in town. 

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