New Look for Spring at The Boathouse

Spring is upon us and Plymouth’s quayside restaurant and bar, The Boathouse has a new look for the season ahead. Situated in the City’s waterfront district, the Boathouse has been redesigned, with a cool, modern interior featuring drawings of local marine species by artist, Debby Mason.

A new al fresco dining terrace provides plenty of space to enjoy the freshest local seafood while you watch the boats go by and the retractable roof at The Boathouse means there’s a seat at the table come rain or shine.

With its sustainable fish to fork ethos, the Boathouse’s speciality is unchanged - local fish and shellfish, sustainably caught, by its own in shore fishing boats. The fleet lands to Plymouth fish quay where the catch is quickly supplied to The Boathouse chefs and onto the menu. Jason Bruce heads up the kitchen and you can expect seasonal seafood delights including dover sole, plaice, mackerel, seabass, and scallops, all cooked to perfection. 

Firm favourites include half lobster drizzled with garlic butter, seafood linguine and mussels in a white wine and garlic reduction, served with golden fries. Simple but delicious, grilled sardines bring out all the flavours of the sea, well-seasoned, served with artisan bread and perfect washed down with a cold glass of wine. 

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Open all day and evenings, the Boathouse serves a varied menu to suit all tastes. The bar is open until late serving a wide selection of draught beers and local ales, delectable wines and upmarket spirits. The Boathouse is the top spot for drinking and dining by the sea in Plymouth.

To book and for more information please visit: www.theboathousecafe.co.uk or call: 01752 600 560 or email: info@theboathousecafe.co.uk.


2-5 Commercial Wharf

The Barbican,

Plymouth, PL1 2NX

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