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Weather wasn’t great when we visited and we were very surprised to find anywhere open early January to be honest. This little gem can be found opposite the wet fish shop just before you turn right up the hill to visit Doc Martins house. All...More
Nicely decorated cafe with friendly staff.
The Cornish Tractor- ham, small slice of pork pie and two small slices of cheese was overpriced at 14 pounds. The artisan bread was a couple of pieces of a dried out banquet.
The bacon and egg sandwich was...More
Took our friends to Port Isaac for a visit as they are fans of Doc Martin but had never been before, so after showing them around we needed something to eat, So we chose the Slipway, I can only say that being in Port Isaac...More
3pm and needing a late lunch in Port Isaac. I know it's winter, but everywhere either stopped doing food or closed down I
This place not only open, but provided a really nice crab sandwich with a small salad, but also a plate of monster...More
My partner and I had the tastiest fish and chips we’d had in a very long time for dinner whilst staying here. The portions are huge and the fish melts in your mouth, light and fresh. We didn’t leave much on our plates but probably...More
My wife and I went here for a cream tea that is something that needs to be done when in Cornwall. We were so disappointed. The scones that were advertised as fresh every day appeared to have been defrosted, it was a Sunday, and the...More
We have often visited the Slipway with family, friends and lots of dogs over the years. Staff are always friendly to us and our dogs and they give them dog treats too. On our most recent visit we had scallops with king prawms on hogs...More