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You have already listed a number of the pub/bar cafes in the historic Barbican area of Plymouth. The Navy is one of the busiest and talked about. It is at a fork I'm two of the oldest and most attractive of the historic streets. It is probably mid Victorian.it features in the oldest photographs of the old fish quay area. It operates on two levels the first floor a large dining area with great views across the harbour and Marina area with a healthy big menu pub selection. Downstairs is a rambling bar with some big screens for footy and other events but a bustling counter area and tables for food. Some nights of the weekends the ground floor is used for popular Ar love bands but the food carries…
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
Bar, British, Pub
Outdoor Seating, Seating, Television, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Reservations
A cold day so wanted warming up. Have been here before so tried it again. Not disappointed at all. We shared a huge dish of Chilli Nacho's and some chips (real ones not frozen) and did not leave wanting more. OK, it was mid week,...More
We ordered t bone steak with all the trimmings and a hunters chicken with chips. The t bone steak was cremated when we asked for it rare/medium! The hunters chicken was too dry to cut into and chew! The chips were extremely greesy - along...More
We went here for a few drinks, we sat on stools by the bar, served quickly by friendly bar staff, we then moved to the roof terence, we waited for our daughter to join us for food, as it was a little chilly we went...More
This has been my 5th visit to Plymouth in the last 2 years.
Found the pub on my first visit and it's usually my first pub visit of my trip.
Friendly staff, good food and atmosphere.
If I lived in Plymouth this would be my...More
The Navy Inn sits right on the Barbican, It features a great selection of beers and ales. The fish and chips and the steak and ale pie were delicious. Prices were very reasonable, and the Inn is very popular with locals. Highly recommended.
Although the atmosphere is that of a typical pub, look a little deeper and you’ll find an upstairs dining room, connected to outdoor seating overlooking the harbor. More importantly, the food is delicious, especially the freshly caught fish, personally delivered by the chef with a...More