Royal William Yard
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A lovely mix of bars, bistros and restaurants in an historic naval setting - great for a lunch or dinner.
Great historic and scenic spot to visit in Plymouth with lots of nice restaurants. A lovely spot for a family weekend brunch.
Great assortment of restaurants in a former naval victualing yard. Full of historic buildings and on the waterfront.
Historic building in the former Royal Victualing Yard. Great food and drink there also. Worth a visit.
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