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On a recent visit to the UK we had the opportunity to dine in a new place.
The city of Plymouth is a strong naval port and was one of the largest in Europe in its heyday.
The city bears many striking naval features both in geography and architecture.
One such is the Royal William yard.
This victualling yard has impressive buildings and a long history. It was built between 1826 and 1835. But it’s been closed since 1992.
It’s now been the subject of a very tasteful redevelopment with restaurants and bars.
I’ve eaten at one before but this time we were looking for lunch.
It’s always good to see options for vegetarian, vegan and gluten.
The Seco Lounge was a delightful place. So much so that we went back for breakfast two days later.
It great to have choice as a vegetarian. The menu was full of options. And we also had soya milk hot chocolate!
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