Lee Harvey Computer Repair shares his top 10 places to eat in Plymouth

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    If you are looking for a fine dining experience, fancy a traditional Devonshire cream tea or require a quick pit stop, then Plymouth is not only renowned for its history and culture, but its eclectic range of food and drink venues too.

    Situated along the Southwest coastline, you can enjoy stunning sea views whilst tucking into a host of culinary delights. Here the food is fresh, locally sourced and even cooked by some of the best chefs in the business.

    Visitors and locals alike are spoilt for choice when it comes to picking between Plymouth’s fabulous eateries thanks to the likes of Marco Pierre White and the Tanner Brothers who have set up restaurants here as well as Danny DeVito’s former private chef!

    Plymouth is packed full of restaurants, cafes and street-food vendors – all vying to serve you. So, in order to help you decide where best to eat, Lee Harvey Computer Repairs has put together his choice of top 10 places to dine.

    1. Rock Fish

    You can’t come to a seaside city and not try some freshly cooked seafood. So, for the best fish around, visit this family-friendly restaurant which is perfectly placed between the local fish market and the National Marine Aquarium.

    2. The Artillery Tower Restaurant

    Set in a fantastic location at Firestone Bay, overlooking Plymouth Sound, this is the place to come for superb scenery and some serious gourmet dining. Housed within a 15th century tower with wood burning stove, you can enjoy local sourced food from artisan producers.

    3. Lorenzos

    This bouji restaurant serves superb tapas style Spanish and Mediterranean dishes in intimate surroundings. Here you can tuck into food that is freshly prepared using only the finest of ingredients.

    4. Wet Wok

    Situated right on the water’s edge, the Wet Wok offers an authentic taste of China. From Peking, Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine you can enjoy a melting pot of culinary flavours from the Far East.

    5. The Bank

    This beautiful character listed building was once a bank, yet today it operates as a packed pub offering traditional British grub and a wide range of beers. A live music venue in its own right, it is ideally situated next to the Theatre Royal.

    6. Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill

    One of Marco Pierre Whites critically acclaimed restaurants, you can enjoy a dining experience with a difference when you take your seat on the top floor of the Crowne Plaza Hotel.

    7. Barbican Kitchen

    Housed in the world-famous Plymouth Gin distillery, the Barbican Kitchen was established in 2006 by TV celebrity chefs, Chris and James Tanner.  Here can enjoy a menu that showcases stunning local meats, vegetables and top-quality fish whilst washing it all down with a glass (or two) of the local tipple.

    8.Seco Lounge

    Located in the Mills Bakery building at the historic Royal William Yard development in Stonehouse, this chain restaurant serves simple food but in a simply stunning setting – overlooking the marina.

    9. Barbican Pasta Bar

    Located in the heart of Plymouth’s historic Barbican, this family owned and run restaurant has enjoyed phenomenal success for over 25 years, and received numerous prestigious awards.

    10. Cap’n Jaspers

    As synonymous to the city as Smeaton’s Tower, no trip to Plymouth is ever complete without a visit to the famous Cap’n Jaspers, which has been serving residents and visitors with fish, chips and burgers for over 40 years. Once a DIY Hut, this trendy takeaway takes prime position on the Barbican.

    11. Beefeater The Marsh Mills

    A family-friendly restaurant serving perfectly grilled steaks, classic burgers, and traditional Sunday roasts since 1974—a great choice for those families wanting to dine in the area.

    Lee Harvey Computer Repairs Plymouth

    IT plays a huge role in the hospitality industry. Whether you are a restaurant owner or a customer, you want your service to seem seamless. So, if you have a PC or laptop that keeps overcooking or a screen that won’t stop freezing, contact Lee Harvey Computer Repairs today.

    Based in St Austell, his mobile van can easily assist businesses and residents in Plymouth who need a PC health check or want help with software updates or screen and part replacements and repairs.

    A quick and speedy door to door service ensures that your business won’t suffer when your laptop is down, as he’ll have your computer back up and running in no time at all. And the good news doesn’t stop there, because at Lee Harvey Computer repairs, he even offers a no fix, no fee guarantee.

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