Don't get me wrong, my wife and I love Fowey and its pubs/restaurants, however we have been here for a week and had been to most of them and we were looking for something a little different. We took the Bodinnick ferry and wandered all of 20 yards up the hill to be greeted by a Cornish Frenchman, well a French Cornishman, a Frenchman living in Cornwall!!! He was most hospitable even advising my wife not to go for a pint of 7% cider!! The beer (and cider) were excellent but the food...was fantacstic - the best meal of our holiday so far. I had the Breton fish stew and my wife have the sea bass, both were cooked to perfection well done and THANK YOU.
This is not a pub of "modern" "chic" "pastels" with a drizzle of balsamic on your ice cream! this is a good old fashioned cornish pub with a very good kitchen. We loved it and will definitley be back
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