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“Yummy noises, pure pleasure!”
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Nosh Tavern
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $5 - $20
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Dinner, Breakfast
Reviewed August 12, 2013

I have just discovered Nosh, and I live really close to the restaurant. They recently started serving breakfast. Had the french toast made with brioche and a side of home fries. Everything was scrumptious..... The next day I took my husband for dinner, he had the sea bass and coccus he ate every bite while saying this is absolutely delicious. I had the short rib, it came with baby carrots (with the carrot tops on) and creme fresh mashed potatoes. Just delicious. The details and the ideas put into the restaurant were fresh and fun, The mason jar desserts are fab. And they will be soon having a walk up take out window so all of you late nighters can get something different to eat. hope all of you who live in Plymouth get to go and become regulars like we have. I even bought a shirt. By the way very reasonable prices!

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Thank Ann F
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Reviewed August 7, 2013 via mobile

My daughter and I stopped in for dinner tonight and were impressed from the minute we arrived. My daughter was looking for some comfort food, while I was hoping for something new and exciting. She ordered the macaroni and cheese and it was creamy and rich and satisfying. I had one of the nightly specials-- pan seared scallops and pork belly. They were very accommodating and more than happy to keep it "Paleo" for me by doubling the asparagus and losing the potatoes. My plate was a small work of art with little sculptures of pea shoots, fennel and radish. The scallops and glazed pork were both great: fresh, high quality and full of flavor. The chef came out to introduce himself and chat with us and his passion for his work is very clear. The bartender was delightful and knowledgable about the many beers on the menu. Prices were very reasonable. Even with drinks our bill was under 30.00. This is a brand new restaurant and it looks to me like they are starting
out on a very high note.

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1  Thank MollySim
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Reviewed August 6, 2013

So disappointed. Diner style service, sterile, industrial ambiance with faux hip menu and outrageous prices. Overly aggressive, ill informed server told us drinks $8, charged $10. Paid nearly $60 for two nondescript appetizers and four watery drinks. Prices not posted, lying waitress, fake
poutain, paper napkin wrapped flat wear, vinyl booths...might pass as hip in provincial Plymouth but some of us have seen the world. Overpriced, pretentious, passé. Gordon Ramsey would have a field day.

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2  Thank mishquatuck
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Reviewed July 30, 2013

Bacon wrapped meatloaf was amazing. Whats not to like about a place who has simple great values. Great food, with simple FRESH ingredients, and prompt energetic service. I have also been in for breakfast several times and have had a fantastic meal each time as well

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1  Thank Kevin H
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Reviewed July 28, 2013

My husband and I tried Nosh Tavern last weekend for breakfast on a whim. It was delicious! We both had the breakfast sandwich with egg, cheese, and bacon on a brioche bun served with homemade home fries and ketchup. The food was very fresh and the portions were generous. The prices are also extremely reasonable compared to other breakfast places in Plymouth! We will definitely go back and we look forward to trying the lunch/dinner menu.

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1  Thank Starfish731
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