Plymouth Gin Distillery
This heavily beamed distillery has been concocting gin since 1793, making it the oldest producer of the spirit in the world. The Royal...
Curiosities pack this 17th-century building – from manacles, truncheons and a ducking stool, to a replica 19th-century school room and a...
One of many bars and clubs dotted around the Barbican, this night spot is worth a look for its vaulted interior and decent cocktails.
This fishy pop-up has taken the harbour by storm since it opened. Run by Mark Tam and Sam Johnson, it began as a hole-in-the-wall,...
60 Southside St · interesting places nearby
Barbican Kitchen information
Plymouth's premier local-born chefs, brothers Chris and James Tanner, have brightened up the Barbican with their relaxed-but-refined bistro at the Plymouth Gin Distillery. It's a quirky, fun place to dine – turquoise banquettes and pop-art pics of Yoda and Bruce Lee on the walls – and the food is fresh and contemporary, from wild garlic risotto to truffled mac-and-cheese.
The set menus are super value, but note that the dinner menu is only served from 6pm to 7.30pm Monday to Thursday.