May 2017: Chef Anton Piotrowski has now left this venue, his second rapid departure from a restaurant this year.
Friends Ben McBean and Paul Brown, along with Anton Piotrowski (formerly behind The Treby Arms' rise to starry heights) have opened this new hang-out in an increasingly foodie area of Plymouth; expectations are high.
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We are a welcoming and cosy restaurant located close to the centre of Plymouth offering modern dining with a warm and relaxed atmosphere.
Our restaurant is very accessable for all people and our menu range is designed to suit everyone.
We use seasonal, sustainable and locally sourced produce to ensure that high standards are maintained
Jimmy and Joe Cotton are young, dynamic and extremely talented chefs. With years of Michelin Star level experience, the Cotton Brothers are inspired in their culinary ideas and presentation, something that we at Brown and Bean value highly.
They’re young, innovative, up-to-the-minute and self-assured, and we believe they’re starting to make waves with their classic style of cooking.
Both chefs are extremely knowledgeable and can create beautifully presented dishes, always maintaining high standards whilst serving up the best locally sourced, seasonal and sustainable food.
The dynamic chefs have stripped everything back to what is truly important – The Food!