"This is one of the hidden gems of Plymouth, located on Sutton Harbour, just round the corner from the busy Barbican. It serves modern British food but with great style and verve. The vegetarian options are some of the best that I have ever eaten. The Brazzerie is a small, independent restaurant where there is great attention to detail both in the food and the decor. I would recommend this to anyone who has a real interest in food."
"I love having lunch here, especially on a Sunday. Great food and the staff are wonderful. Really worth popping in!"
"The only problem with the Crown is that its not closer to my house but its well worth the trip for a visit. Their tuscany soup with focaccia is so delicious and full of flavour. Their sharing platter under the peckish menu is perfect to have with a couple pints as well."
"A real hidden gem. You will not be disappointed with this place. The menu is interesting and well executed and the staff are friendly and attentive."
"Fantastic food, incredible atmosphere and even better staff. If carlsberg did pubs."
From its inauspicious roots as a Brixton Market pizzeria, Franco Manca – as famous for its queues as it is for its sourdough crust – has built an enviable restaurant empire. So enviable in fact that David Page's Fulham Shore wants to buy it.
The restaurant group behind The Real Greek (which saw an uptick in positive survey feedback last year) has conditionally agreed to acquire 99% of Rocca Limited (the owners of Franco Manca) for a reported £27.5m – £6.2m in cash and the remainder in shares. The “outstanding” sourdough pizza specialist currently has restaurants in London, but Fulham Shore believes the chain has the potential to grow to at least 40 sites across the UK over the next five years.
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