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All reviews cobbled streets mayflower steps antique shops captain jaspers pubs and restaurants fish and chips pilgrim fathers plymouth gin distillery elizabethan house interesting area fishing boats plenty of places to eat eating places southside street national marine aquarium set sail steeped in history
Mostly shops and restaurants, but we went down for dinner and after about 8pm most pubs stop serving food. Did find a great restaurant (see my review of the Barbican Pasta Bar.) The area got a bit dodgy after dinner and we left after eating.
We decided to have lunch with two other friends after our tour of the plymouth distillery, which occupies the same building
Very nice restaurant, good welcome, nice ambiance
Really nice menu offering a wide choice of dishes to suit most palettes. They offer a very...More
Pretty area of Plymouth located at Plymouth harbour full of interesting little shops plenty of pubs and bars and restaurants close by to the city centre around ten minutes walk.There is also the National Marine Aquarium just across the harbour approachable by a footbridge across...More
Parading a Blue shark through the streets to be cooked and fed for a seafood festival!
I have never witnessed a more backwards and barbaric display and condemn the City and Plymouth, Plymouth Council and anyone else involved in this revolting act of animal cruelty.
The Barbican is full of quaint shops and a large number of eateries. My particular favourites are the Dolphin Hotel(very will kept beer and cider) and the Himalayan Spice (one of the few places to make a proper Phal curry). Great aspect onto Sutton Harbour....More
One of the oldest parts of the country !
The Barbican is situated on the water front in Plymouth. It still has cobblestones running through the area and some of the buildings date back hundreds of years.
This is where the original Pilgrim Fathers set...More
Planning is really bad and the small number of good shops and value quality restaurants is disappointing but all in all people do have a good time down here and serendipity can produce some amazingly upbeat and fun days and... More
Planning is really bad and the small number of good shops and value quality restaurants is disappointing but all in all people do have a good time down here and serendipity can produce some amazingly upbeat and fun days and nights out. There is something called the 'Waterfront' which takes a levy off the business rates but seems to be bumbling ineffectual and often shambolic. I think the Barbican's character and liveliness is thriving and evolving despite that organisation.