We booked a table for Sunday lunch which seems to be necessary for a place in the restaurant even during winter months. The pub looks out over Restronguet Creek and out to the side over Carrick Roads, The staff are friendly and efficient and the food is generally very good. However our starter of bread, olives, hummus and oil and vinegar was disappointing - the hummus had little taste and the oil and balsamic vinegar had too much oil in it. However our fish dishes, both form the specials board, were very enjoyable. I had brill and my friend had plaice, (though my brill was just a little dry as there was hardly any salsa verde with it) Our puddings, chocolate mouse and bread and butter puddings were similarly good. The portions were generous and we were both 'stuffed' at the end of it. We had coffee down in the bar area, as our table for two was not well positioned, my friend's chair was placed on the way to the loo and my chair did not allow me to get out unless I asked the person on the next door table to get up. So I would advise anyone booking up in advance to try and avoid this table and to ask for a table (if there are just two of you, as many of the tables are for bigger parties, next to the windows). You can walk along the creek after lunch and enjoy the peaceful views. We drove to the pub which had plenty of parking at this time of year but in the Summer months it can be difficult to find a place. If I was going in Summer and coming from Falmouth I would be tempted to take a water taxi there and back (£10 each way at the time of writing)
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