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The Who'd Have Thought It Inn is a traditional country pub serving great food, wines, ciders and local ales with a warm welcome. The menu consists of a variety of delicious classic pub dishes, all homemade using locally sourced ingredients and an ever changing specials board using the best seasonal produce. Our Christmas menu is now available and we are taking bookings for Christmas parties. The Who'd is a great location for your Christmas party and we have 2 separate function rooms for larger parties. Whether you are dining with us or just enjoying a pint by the fire reading the papers, we would love to see you. Families with children are very welcome and we have a children's menu and baby
All reviews sunday roast pie fish and chips burger curry beef pudding the pub tamar valley catch of the day felt very safe evening meal lovely atmosphere new owners warm welcome booked a table home made
We visited to celebrate a family birthday. The Inn has got lots of character inside and we were seated at a lovely table by the window. Our hostess was very friendly and welcoming. The menu was varied without being too extensive. Our party of four...all had something different and each plate of food was well presented and plentiful. I had the seafood linguine which was absolutely divine. Would definitely return next time we are in the area.More
Stayed at the Who'd of Thought It for one night. The rooms are connected to the pub in the rear car park the rooms are small but very nicely designed and clean with a nice shower room with a lovey shower and shampoo and shower...gel included. Very comfortable bed!
Pub was lovely with some interesting seating areas did not have a evening meal but what I did see looked and smelt great. Did have breakfast which was very tasty with nice quality ingredients.
Special mention to the landlady who was super helpful with nothing being to much trouble.
Thank you for a lovely stay, we do visit the area on occasions this will be our base from now on! Thank you.More
We booked Easter Sunday lunch and though really busy the service and food was excellent. The owner also took the time to find us a really nice table even though most of the tables were full. We both had the lamb for main course, and...again couldn’t fault it. Will definitely return here when in the area, and can thoroughly recommend.More
The menu has lots of variety, something for everyone. There was lots of specials on when we visited which the lady informed us of when we sat down. It was really hard to remember them, the prices and what was served with which dish, maybe...a specials board would have been slightly easier?
Something that we all noticed was when we arrived which was 7pm the main lady came across very ‘frazzled’ and stressed. We hadn’t even sat down and she was wanting to take out drinks order so I asked for the menu. We asked if it was possible to switch 1 chair for comfort reasons and she was rather abrupt. She told us they were completely full and couldn’t help us to find another chair. We managed to sort it between ourselves. Later on in the evening she seemed to have settled down a bit. The other members of staff were incredibly kind, warm, smily and calm.
Portion sizes we’re great and nobody was left hungry.
In terms of drinks, I wanted to order a aperol spritz however she told me they didn’t have any aperol. I then asked for a cocktail that was on their drinks menu ( A Negroni), she told me that it may not be possible as she has very inexperienced members of staff on the bar today as everyone’s away for Easter, she said she would try her best though. I was in luck and they made me a negroni. Perhaps if you’re short staffed maybe take away the cocktail menu from the table??
The atmosphere were nice, the decor well suited. It wasn’t completely full but at times it was busy. The toilets could do with a bit of TLC or just regular checking.More
Gem of a pub. Panoramic views and a lovely tasteful and spacious interior.
The Landlady is delightful, very warm and friendly, and the staff very attentive and caring.
Excellent food ! I had fish chowder as a main which was absolutely delicious, my partner had...sea bass which was also cooked to perfection.
Highly recommend this lovely pub. We look forward to a return visitMore
Well ‘Who’d have thought it’ 5 mins before we arrived for our 12.30pm Sunday Lunch booking phone call to say they have run out of gas. So no food today! When asked for alternatives told they don’t know the area so no help. In other...words go away. So not much for customer care.More
I always like coming here and with colleagues we probably 20 covers per year. Not a huge amount but enough to get the measure of a restaurant. Service is always really really good. But for some reason the food is always good, but never more...than that. The kitchen is really limited having no 3 phase electricity and only LPG gas. For this reason I don’t understand why they have such a huge menu. Consequently much of the food gives the impression of being “cook chill” prepared. By reducing the menu by at half, it would be easy for guests to chose and the quality/delivery could be improved.
Fish and chips was ok with two pieces of fish, but some of it was slightly undercooked. Cooking fish is tricky and over cooked is of course to be avoided. Battered chicken burger on brioche buns was really very good, but the apple and rhubarb crumble was really poor. The fruit was entirely tasteless and the crumble topping was not crumble at all, more like a dry cheesecake mix with no fat added to it. It was kind of the restaurant to take it off our bill and not charge for it, but the combo oven that was used to reheat it made so hot it was impossible to eat (and perhaps it was that which decimated the flavour)More
Date of visit: April 2022
Tracey, Owner at Who'd Have Thought It Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 2 April 2022
Thank you for taking the time to review us. We are very pleased that service was good and the food was good. I checked your table personally and it was lovely to hear your wonderful feedback on the mains, particularly your clucky devil...More
We have been here many many times and the staff and the food are amazing - you get a friendly welcome and the service is good - we usually go for lunch as my husband likes the pies - but sadly these go quick -...but we always find something else nice on the menu !More
We popped in on the way home from Callington for tea. No special occasion. Just like trying new places.
The atmosphere was nice and staff friendly. If you’re not in a rush or don’t mind waiting for your food it’s lovely.
I don’t mind a...bit of a wait but in an hour and a half we had only been served our starters 🥴 im a hungry pregnant woman and need food lol.
Can’t complain about the food though really nice and good value. We paid £45 for 2 courses each and a couple of drinks.More
Response from craftyg0lfer | Reviewed this property |
Gluten free option yes, cross contamination- unless you are in the kitchen watching food being cooked you can not be sure. Unlike a factory where gluten free products are prepared in a completely gluten free environment you... More
Gluten free option yes, cross contamination- unless you are in the kitchen watching food being cooked you can not be sure. Unlike a factory where gluten free products are prepared in a completely gluten free environment you can not be sure.