Plymouth’s Tanners Restaurant is found in the Grade I listed Prysten House which dates back to 1490, and its menu is packed with locally sourced produce for a real taste of the West Country. In short, this is a real favourite with resident and visitors. Run by the Tanner brothers, the restaurant is dedicated to providing fine local produce, and there’s a choice of a set menu, an individually priced dish or, if you’re feeling adventurous, a gastronomic tasting complete with wines.
Tanners is the restaurant for anyone curious to sample fresh local meats, line caught fish and vegetables – and how many restaurants have a forager dedicated to sourcing the best from the county’s larder? Don’t worry if you have any special dietary requirements, the Tanners can ensure your dish is just as you need it to be with a little advance notice. Lunches and dinners are available five days a week, and menus include River Fowey mussels, Roast Looe Haddock and beetroot risotto.
It’s worth booking a table in advance to make sure you get in, especially on a Friday or a Saturday evening as Tanners Restaurant has a loyal following of regulars (which is a good sign with any restaurant). Bookings are charged at £10 per person on Fridays and Saturdays, which will be deducted from the final bill after your meal.