Been here several times, good selection of beer and great pub food, had the fish and chips and mussels. Friendly staff and good vibe.
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We booked a table for four. We arrived on time and were given a choice of tables by the Landlord Alec Robertson because the sun would have been a problem at the one booked. The staff were very attentive and very friendly and allowed us...More
Sunday lunch was a spur of the moment thing. So we popped over to Gweek. So delighted and a little guilty for not visiting before. Al Murray would have been beamng with pride! His look alike complete with smart shirt and tie was in residence....More
Our group of five dined in the restaurant on Saturday 28 October. Food was excellent, in particular the Steak, Guinness and Stilton pie: home cut chips are possibly the best in the country and were main reason for our return visit. Pub is always busy;...More
We came for Sunday lunch, having visited the Seal sanctuary. The place was busy, the staff were helpful and soon had us sat at a table. Three of us had the Sunday roast, the pork was reported to be excellent, the beef was too well...More
Stopped in here for a light lunch on Saturday before going to the Seal Sanctuary, and struggled to choose from the menu as it looked great! We went for the Chilli Sausage Baguette, and I added Ham to the Cheese & Chutney Baguette... Both served...More
We booked in for a Sunday Lunch as it was a convenient stop off on our way to Coverack. The pub is traditional and cosy and has plenty of car parking. The staff were very friendly and both the food and the beers were excellent....More