This pub, sat at the edge of Sennen Cove has many good attributes: the friendliness of the staff, the warmth of the assembled masses sheltering from the same poor weather, and the well-kept-beer. Eating here in the early evening, showed that the food unfortunately, cannot be considered a true attraction, or incentive to visit.
We chose whitbait and crab cakes to start, followed by sea bass and a steak. Whilst not mind-blowingly good, everything came in a timely fashion, though perhaps was not seasoned fully enough. The whitebait was plentiful and the crab cakes fairly well-formed, but the steak was overcooked and the sea bass, bland.
The chips, onion rings, and garlic bread ordered were all "of the freezer" varieties, and when coupled with basics such as steak, I suppose we were disappointed that this meal didn't offer more in the way of an individual streak - something home-made, to really make the meal stand out.
As things stand, we had some average pub-grub, which was not cheap, and nothing makes us want to return there, specifically.
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