Considering how busy The Barley Sheaf was over the Easter Weekend I'm surprised there are so few recent reviews.
We stayed with friends nearby to Gorran for a short break - they had the foresight to book a table for 4 for Good Friday evening & for Easter Sunday lunch. Just as well as the did as anyone walking in off the street was highly likely to be disappointed - but just having a drink or two is absolutely fine.
Friday evening 3 of us had Fish & chips with peas - good value at £8.95 - my wife had scallops in garlic & ginger with veg - I think this was about £12.95 and was great.
Real ale is available in the form of Sharp's Tribute & the fantastic Sharp's Own. The wines served were also of very good quality. Deserts for us involved Creme Brulee or White choc cheesecake - well enjoyed by those who had them.
Easter Sunday saw us back for lunch - I had the roast beef , with veg carrots, beans & broccoli) my wive had Monk-fish with panchetta - again with veg. Our friends had Pork with crackling, also with veg. Again we thought it was very good food at a reasonable price.
The pub itself opened after an extensive refurbishment - disabled access is provided - parking is opposite & up the road a bit. Everything inside The Barley Sheaf is of a high quality, the toilets (inc disabled) are very clean and reminded me of a high class hotel or nightclub.
If you are anywhere in the area & unsure where to eat... give this place a try. You will enjoy it!
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