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We had a really nice evening here. The staff were very friendly and accommodating. We sat in the conservatory where the log fire was and had a great view of the harbour.
The seafood was brilliant. I would definitely recommend.
On a short break in the Porthleven between Christmas and New Year in a year that will not be forgotten for all the wrong reasons. It was great to find this little gem on the harbourside, a true star amongst the bright twinkling Christmas lights....More
Amelie is in a great location with a fantastic view. It was very busy when we went so service was a little slow but no real issue as we were happy chatting in the lovely surroundings. The cocktails are spot on, whilst the food is...More
We went for dinner one evening whilst on holiday we went in around 6 we had some cocktails which they made for us despite the cocktail we wanted not being on the menu we had starters and a main and stayed for drinks.
We booked beforehand where we was going to eat and I’m glad we booked Amelie. You can’t beat sea food when your by the coast. The food was amazing. The staff were so friendly and couldn’t do more for us which made it a very...More
My friend and I enjoyed a delicious lunch at Amelie in a table by the window in the terrace area, enjoying the amazing view of the harbour almost as much as the food. I had the frito misto and my friend the crab linguine. Both...More
I’ve been visiting Porthleven for many years and have previously eaten in Amelies (as it was then) at least twice per visit. However, since it has reopened and has revamped the menu the one visit last week was more than enough for a very long...More
Date of visit: October 2020
Samsd101, Owner at Amelie, responded to this reviewResponded 29 October 2020
I am so sorry you did not enjoy your visit. To enable me to look in to this further could you please tell me on what date you visited.
Once I have looked into this further I will come back to you.
Our visit to Amelie was lovely! We arrived early, our table wasn’t quite ready but they had a spare table so offered us that instead to save us from waiting. We ordered the squid started, the waiter who brought it out to us lost one...More
We turned up without a reservation and they managed to squeeze us in and we were glad they did.
We found the staff friendly and attentive without being over bearing.
Nice menu with good options and specials.
We had mixed starters which we shared. They...More
We ate Friday evening in the conservatory & it was cold. Shame the log burner was not in use to create the right atmosphere.
Service very casual with water offered but never brought to the table until we asked again. Fish was good but lacked...More
Response from KarenMarshall | Reviewed this property |
Had delicious seafood at Amelie’s as well as many others including Kota, Kota Koi and The Square in August. My top tip is slightly hidden gem, Seadrift Restaurant in Fore Street. Very reasonable and very, very delicious! The... More
Had delicious seafood at Amelie’s as well as many others including Kota, Kota Koi and The Square in August. My top tip is slightly hidden gem, Seadrift Restaurant in Fore Street. Very reasonable and very, very delicious! The seafood special menu on Thursdays is amazingly good value and food!
Response from MrsMouse85 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, when we last went to Porthleven which was just before Christmas last December I am afraid to say that there had been a fire at Amelies which had led to it having to close down. It appeared to be having a complete... More
Hello, when we last went to Porthleven which was just before Christmas last December I am afraid to say that there had been a fire at Amelies which had led to it having to close down. It appeared to be having a complete refurbishment with everything being cleared out so I am unaware who the chef was/is at the present time. Also of course during Coronavirus I assume it will be closed.