You can share the love this February with the help of some of our local Sutton Harbour businesses, many of which have something special on offer to help you celebrate. So whether you’re planning to surprise a partner, friend or loved one – or just looking to support a local Plymouth business – discover what’s on offer along Plymouth’s historic harbour.
Many restaurants, cafes and eateries in Sutton Harbour are offering takeaway and delivery services while the lockdown restrictions are in place. This month, treat yourself to a delicious takeaway from a local business or order food for a loved one to show you’re thinking of them. If you can’t be together in person, you could even set up a virtual dinner date and enjoy a takeaway together over Facetime.
Here’s a round-up of the restaurants offering takeaways in Sutton Harbour:
HonkyTonk Wine Library is offering click & collect and home deliveries, running on Fridays and Saturdays, 3pm - 5pm. On their new takeaway menu you can choose from:
· Braised lamb shank
· Salmon, cod and haddock pie
· Chickpea and butternut curry
Orders can be made from the HonkyTonk online shop which has a full list of what’s on offer.
Are you a fan of seafood? Order from The Harbour Seafood Restaurant’s delicious takeaway menu with a range of dishes on offer. You can get your order delivered to your door via Deliveroo or you can collect your meal from the restaurant. Visit the website for the full menu and contact details.
You and a loved one can enjoy a range of dishes from Supha’s Street Food Emporium in the comfort of your own home. Visit their website to explore the extensive menu of delicious street food- style dishes with Asian influences and order your meals to collect.
Click & collect available Wednesday – Friday, 5pm-8:30pm and Saturday & Sunday, 2pm-8:30pm.
Many of the alfresco eateries dotted around the harbourside are also offering takeaway food and drink, including Cap’n Jaspers, The Greek, Louise’s Coffee and Donuts and Alfresco.
Want to cook your own meal but need fresh seafood? Merchant units located at Plymouth Fisheries are also offering deliveries and collections. Locals can get seafood deliveries from city-based suppliers through the Call4Fish initiative which has been set up to help support the local fishing industry. Visit the website to find out more.
As well as this, Shop4Plymouth has been set up by Plymouth City Centre Company and Plymouth City Council, with support from Plymouth Waterfront Partnership, in a bid to reconnect the public with its local retailers, as well as supporting local businesses across the city. Shops, cafes and restaurants in the Sutton Harbour and Barbican area are featured on the site with information on offerings and contact details.