Small pub in tiny waterside hamlet at the end of a country lane but with a massive welcome. Visited again after many months absence and still a pleasant place to while away a few hours in wonderful surroundings on the edge of the Fowey River. At spring high tides the water can come across the road and up to the wall of the pub so watch where you park the car! Although there is a railway line between the pub and the open river it is only used to deliver china clay to Fowey Docks twice a day & not always at weekends.
Staff are hard working & very friendly & despite being at the wrong end of an 8 meal queue the kitchen still managed to produce our food in half an hour. Our dishes were gammon egg and chips - portions substantial particularly the gammon which was cooked perfectly. Other menu items typical pub grub but with a specials board that had some interesting dishes.
Doom Bar beer was well kept and well worth drinking as always. The Fishermans is at the heart of Golant village life and is always worth a visit.
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