Eating Out at Royal William Yard

Eating Out at Royal William Yard is an absolute joy with lots of different style eateries to choose from.

Please see the list of onsite eateries below.

Prezzo Restaurant


Prezzo Plymouth’s waterfront location offers guests stunning sea views and a chance to dine in one of the town’s oldest industrial buildings – the restaurant retains the original pillars, giving a flavour of the building’s past function and boasts a spacious dining room.

Visit Prezzo Restaurants to find out more.

 

Le Vignoble


Welcome to Le Vignoble, a boutique wine lounge based in the historic Royal William Yard.

We have a choice of over 180 wines and champagnes from all around the world. Each wine has its own story to tell and we have made a concerted effort to bring you wines from producers that are not widely available from supermarkets and other wine specialists.

Visit Le Vignoble to find out more.

 

Seco Lounge


Seco opened in March 2010 in the Mills Bakery building at the historic Royal William Yard development in Stonehouse, Plymouth. My word Seco is a sexy site with fat stone walls, colossal steel columns & a stunning view out to sea to mention a few reasons why you should go there. She’s a biggy too with 130 covers internally & a jaw dropping 80 covers externally overlooking the marina.

Visit Seco Lounge to find out more.

Le Bistrot Pierre


Our latest bistrot is housed within Royal William Yard, considered to be one of the most important groups of historic military buildings in Britain. Our customers value our feeling of independence. Each of our bistrots are styled a little differently to complement the building they’re in, instead of slavishly following an identical look that you see in every city.
Whilst our look changes between each bistrot, customers can expect the same personal, attentive service and high quality provincial French food wherever they choose to dine with us.

Visit Le Bistrot Pierre to find out more.

 

Las Iguanas


Las Iguanas in Royal William Yard in Plymouth brings a vibrant taste of South America to Devon diners. Next to the spicy selection of nachos, fajitas, burritos and quesadillas, there’s an exotic range of exuberant cocktails to complete the lively Las Iguanas experience. With lots of veggie choice and a great children’s menu, as well as the great sea view, everyone will enjoy the Latino vibe at Las Iguanas Plymouth.

Visit Las Iguanas to find out more.

 

Wagamama


With fantastic views of the harbour, Wagamama Plymouth is perfect for a quick bite or a long meal. Our restaurants are modelled on the ramen bars which have been popular in japan for many years. Our menu consists of side dishes, main meals and desserts. Your order is taken on an electronic handheld device and zapped through to the kitchen by radio signal where it is cooked immediately.

Visit Wagamama to find out more.

Eating out Nearby

 

The Artillery Tower

The Artillery Tower is proud to provide the only fine dining experience close to the Royal William Yard. Indeed, with our unique location and stunning sea views we are a fabulous choice. Located just 100 metres from the Royal William entrance our Plymouth restaurant menus offer sophistication and good food in equal measure. With a great choice of restaurants in and around the Royal William Yard you should really come down and seek us out, it’s well worth it.

Visit The Artillery Tower to find out more.

Rock Salt Cafe

Come and enjoy coffee and cake to start your morning, or try a sumptuous meal with us, simple light lunches or something to really tempt your taste buds. Using fantastic, locally sourced ingredients, chef Dave Jenkins, creates good, honest food you will keep coming back for.

Visit Rock Salt Cafe to find out more.

Sprouts Restaurant

Located on the quiet end of Union Street opposite Blockbusters, Sprouts offers an intimate setting, with space for 24 guests. On request, large party bookings can also be accommodated for up to 35 people. All meals are cooked freshly to order, and with our open plan kitchen you can watch the chef prepare your meal while sitting at your table. We are open 6 days of the week, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Visit Sprouts Restaurant to find out more.

Elvira’s Cafe

Elvira’s is one of those places that you MUST try. Whether you’re after a nice cup of coffee or a great big fry up, you won’t be disappointed. A bustling little cafe situated right by the Cremyl Ferry and where the swans build their nest it’s a lovely port of call. The service is great, the staff are friendly and the atmosphere is perfect. ”
Situated by the cremyl ferry, Elvira’s specialises in breakfasts, light bites, homemade meals & coffee, there’s something for everyone.

Visit Elvira’s Cafe to find out more.

Devils Point Cafe

Devils Point Cafe is located in a truly spectacular spot; overlooking the Western Sound and the Dockyard. It is a great location when watching the ships come in & out. Its specialty is it’s ice cream – why not pop along and enjoy the views. The snack bar offers small cooked meals, including sandwiches & baps – as well as delicious ice-cream and hot & cold drinks.

Visit Devils Point Cafe to find out more.