We went to this pub at 18.30hr and it was full at the bar with all but one table having a reserved sign on it, do they not miss an opportunity to increase revenue by turning the tables over instead of them sitting empty all night waiting for the one booking to come in.
I have read the previous revues that said " the locals were tolerant of visitors" very kind of them i'm sure to let us in.
The menu was average bar fare with very little nod to the excellent local produce available so I had Deep fried Brie for a starter with a rib eye for main while my wife had scampi and her Mother had fish and chips all ok except for the amount of bones in the haddock which were all through it.I always worry when the chef has to bring food to the table and serve you as he is not paying attention to his proper job then but in times of austerity it is on the up with staff cuts. It was not the best place we went to in Cornwall which is a shame as the village is a picture book setting.
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