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Dear diners, please be aware that the restaurant can only accept patrons above the age of 14.
Located on St Andrew Street in Plymouth City Centre, The Chancel is a charming wine bar and bistro, the ideal setting for a number of different occasions, whether it's a romantic dinner date in the candle lit dining area or a leisurely lunchtime spent sharing tapas and wine with friends. On the menu you’ll find a range of European classics with a focus on fresh seafood. Tuck into tapas like the lime and chilli fishcakes, Spanish meatballs and stuffed potato skins, or go all out with a juicy steak, pasta or a main course dish like the The Chancel fish stew with orange and fennel or the beer-battered fish and chips with mushy peas. A favourite among Plymouth's foodies and fish lovers, spaces at The Chancel can fill up quickly so book ahead to avoid missing out.
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This was our first visit to the chancel , our main choice was good , the Manhattan dessert was delicious . Waitress was efficient. Slightly disappointed with our table it was wobbly, the top of the table was very sticky and we were seated quite close to toilet entrance . Out experience was good and we would visit the chancel again .
Food excellent. Hygiene excellent. Definitely recommend using restaurant. Clients social distancing taken into consideration. Will definitely be recommending to friends.
The food was wonderful , excellent service , will definitely be Back !
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