OLD PLYMOUTH . UK
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  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: July 06, 2017.
Webpage updated: July 06, 2017

        

PLYMOUTH HOE

MALLARD CAFE

The very popular Mallard Cafe, which took its name from the Mallard Buoy rather than from the species of bird, was situated where the Plymouth Dome is now, overlooking the Sound.

It was opened on Tuesday April 13th 1965, when its first customers were Mrs Hazel Kerr and her family, from Ruislip, who were on holiday at Torquay.

The Mallard Cafe survived until about 1988 when it was demolished to make room for the Plymouth Dome.