KING POINT MARINA EATING OUT GUIDE

If you are a berth holder at King Point Marina and you would like ideas for some nearby and yet delicious eating-out, then this guide is the one for you. If you have more suggestions, then contact us on social media - we’d be happy to add to the list.

Eating Out

The Duke of Cornwall Hotel

From formal dining in the restaurant to an informal light lunch in the lounge, Tea at the Top in the famous tower overlooking the Marina or an event in the ballroom, there’s nothing but the finest fresh ingredients from the South West used at this historic hotel.

3 minute walk from Marina 

 Rocksalt Cafe and Brasserie

 

From coffee and cake, simple light lunches or a delicious dinner to suit all occasions, this acclaimed restaurant is such a short distance from King Point Marina that it seems a shame not to use it with considerable frequency!

4 minute walk from the Marina

Salumi Bar and Eatery

The sister restaurant to Rocksalt, this new restaurant is really taking the city of Plymouth by storm. With tapas delights and delicious traditional favourites, this restaurant is sure to please every foodie.

2 minute walk from Marina

The Dock

As this restaurant is right in King Point Marina, we’d be surprised if you hadn’t already sampled everything on the menu! Mouth-watering selection of breakfast, lunch and dinner menus featuring the widest possible range of dishes all made with local ingredients, supplied by local businesses.

Just a 30 second walk from the pontoon

Royal William Yard

 

The Grade 1 former Royal Naval victualling buildings are alive with cafes, bars and restaurants varying from national chains to independent businesses. These include Las Iguanas, Le Bistrot Pierre, Le Vignoble, Prezzo, the famous River Cottage, Wagamama and One Residence Royal William Yard.

10 minute walk from the Marina.

DROWNING PREVENTION WEEK 20-28 JUNE

DROWNING PREVENTION WEEK  20-28 JUNE

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