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Quaint traditional Cornish pub with a great food offering inside and outside in our stunning terrace garden. Friendly helpful service. Great selection of wines by the glass and real ales on hand pumps and craft beer. Children and pets are welcome. Cycle Hire available from the pub during opening hours.
All reviews mussels burger triple cooked chips sunday roast pork sandwiches yorkshire pudding apple sauce the pub lovely location beer garden fantastic food home made range of beers a real gem relaxed atmosphere limited parking
Cycled here on the coast to coast cycle route and had sandwiches,my wife had fish finger and I had BLT together with a pint each. They were well presented and tasty just what we wanted.
As we were about to leave the landlord asked if...More
A true village pub, serving excellent food, of course beer and wine, and a surprising range of excellent spirits. The welcome is warm and helpful, the food delicious. Can’t really recommend this place highly enough. Dog friendly, beer garden and creek views. You can even...More
We visited this gem of a pub with our two dogs whilst we were visiting this area for a short break. Excellent and friendly service, lovely terraced garden, excellent food and some great walks nearby. Highly recommended and we will definitely be visiting again when...More
Called for a drink and decided worth going back for lunch. Not disappointed! Well. Prepared and served - slight delay as group of 8 just beat us in. Lamb burger delicious, Mussels likewise. Sandwich good and alternative fish n chips (deep fried haloumi) worked really...More
A great pub with outdoor seating at the back. We stopped here for lunch. The menu was a bit limited for vegetarians but we were very happy with our choice- we all opted for Not Quite Fish and Chips (halloumi instead of fish) which was...More
Staying nearby we have visited The Old Quay Inn a number of times. A fabulous local with great service and food. Visiting on a very busy Friday evening they went out of their way to find a table for five. Have had fabulous fish &...More