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We took a trip into Fowey, looking for a bite to eat. Owing to it being a lovely evening, everywhere was exceptionally busy. Due to my wife's keen eye,we managed to jump onto a table as the previous occupants were leaving!
Although there was up...More
We ordered the spicy sweet potato soup, carrot and coriander soup and roasted Mackrell everyone was impressed with their meals, and the side serves of bread and butter and the speed and efficiency of service. The toilets were clean and the views from the restaurant...More
We sat in the window seat overlooking the harbour. We only wanted a light snack so ordered the mussels in white wine and cream accompanied by chips as a main. Thank goodness we didn't order one each as it satisfied two appetites easily. Loads of...More
We called by for a quick drink whilst visiting Fowey with our French student.As this looked like a traditional Cornish pub it was the ideal place to show our guest an example of the typical British pub.
A great pub with outside seating area &...More
Visiting Fowey in the boat. Had a really good meal here after a long day at sea. Fish and chips for some of the group and fish pie for the rest. Both were delicious with good sized portions. Will definately return
I do apologise for not answering your question, no excuses I just haven't been on here for ages sorry. Parking is limited and you need to pay at the meter or online. I advise driving down and off loading passages and bags... More
I do apologise for not answering your question, no excuses I just haven't been on here for ages sorry. Parking is limited and you need to pay at the meter or online. I advise driving down and off loading passages and bags and then park up the hill outside town where is cheaper