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We had to wait over an hour for our first courses however when they did arrive they were delicious, the fish and shellfish soup is to be recommended.
The main courses also lived up to expectation. My double expresso could have been hotter (tepid) and...More
We picked the Bistro as it was hidden away from the Main Street and did not seem quite as busy as the seafood restaurant!
We did book in advance for 6pm and arrived early but this was no problem at all.
The service was fantastic...More
This was our 3rd visit and if it wasn’t for the young manageress that saved the evening we might think about returning.
The place was packed, but felt there was not enough staff to deal with the customers.
Was looking forward to the Chataubriand but...More
Excellent service and lovely food. A really pleasant and relaxed environment with a very warm and welcoming atmosphere . Great value at £30 per head excluding wine and certainly worth a visit. They have a bar called Ruby's on the ground floor which is perfect...More
In Padstow for Christmas so we had dinner at St Petroc’s. My wife had the fish soup starter and I had the herring melts both were packed full of flavour and beautifully presented. A bottle Rick Stein Spanish red was as good as always then...More