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Now feature Plymouth, a city strategically nestled on the mouth of River Tamar to the West and River Plym to the East, about 310 kilometers South West of London and you got yourself an exotic tourist destination with hundreds of restaurants that offer hundreds of dishes. Which foodie would not want to be part of a town that boasts hundreds of years of perfecting the art of culinary - even if for just a few days? From Bistros and Brasseries, food pubs and cafe pubs to fish and seafood restaurants, you will be spoilt for choice.

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Who is a foodie and why does he/she have to visit Plymouth? A foodie is a food adventurer. Previously the word 'gourmet' and 'epicurean' were used to refer to a foodie, but they make a foodie look pompous and snobbish. A foodie seeks to get pleasure by sampling new varieties of food. He is in frequent search of new foods as a hobby and not because he is hungry. He gets his kicks from enjoying exotic foods - and it is not because he is hungry!

Now feature Plymouth, a city strategically nestled on the mouth of River Tamar to the West and River Plym to the East, about 310 kilometers South West of London and you got yourself an exotic tourist destination with hundreds of restaurants that offer hundreds of dishes. Which foodie would not want to be part of a town that boasts hundreds of years of perfecting the art of culinary - even if for just a few days? From Bistros and Brasseries, food pubs and cafe pubs to fish and seafood restaurants, you will be spoilt for choice.

You will find restaurants such as Bites, Arribas Restaurant and Havana Bar, The Eastern Eye Indian Restaurant, JD's Grill, Quay 33 Cafe Restaurant, Bacaro, Tanner's Barcan Kitchen and more. Amazingly, they serve cuisines from as far as Cuba and as near as France. The food at all these restaurants is a foodies dream. You do not have travel to India or Japan or South America to have a taste of their delicacies. They are all available at Plymouth.

England is a country of fine diners and you can expect the best food in the world to be cooked here. The fact that the country was an imperial master to a host of countries means that a lot of culinary masterpieces from their former colonies were imported into the country. This makes the variety available here a 'must sample' for the foodies.

Apart for the food, Plymouth has a host of other tourist attractions. You can visit the Royal Citadel, Smeatons Tower, Naval Wart Memorial, Saltram House, National Armada Memorial and many more.

Generally, England is a beautiful country with friendly people. If you are a foodie and want to sample delicacies from all over the world, then Plymouth would be a good place to start.

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