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A charming country pub close to the King Harry ferry. We called in for lunch and were soon seated by friendly staff. The sirloin steak was cooked as ordered and the vegetables were clearly fresh produce. The fish and chips were equally good and in...More
We stopped here for lunch on recommendation and we were not disappointed. Charming old Inn, excellent food and friendly staff and locals too and a cosy fire to sit beside. Quiet on a February lunchtime but I can imagine how busy they become in the...More
My partner, two nieces and me visited Roseland Inn this evening having had many good meals there in the past.
We were made to wait over 1.5 hours for our food. We had ordered garlic bread to share, before our mains, but had to ask...More
On our travels, having family living near by and seeking a place to enjoy and hopefully return we visited the Roseland? There was a serious staffing problem the day we ate there, a Sunday mid September 2016. I don't blame the one lad on duty....More
Stopped off here after visiting St. Mawes. It had a very lovely, warming atmosphere and wasn't too busy. We got a table straight away, ordered the food and waited for it to arrive. We were waiting quite some time for the starters to come, but...More
Very poor food, overpriced. Sunny evening in August, peak tourist season, and half empty tells a story. This was a favorite of ours, but will not go back at the moment. Very expensive for poor cooking. Scallops cooked in cheap vegetable, no garlic or flavour,...More
We have been visiting the Roseland Inn for 30 years when on holiday in Cornwall and still love it as much as the first time. We have never had a bad meal here and the staff are always friendly and welcoming. The pub has retained...More