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“a great pub”
Review of The Kings Arms

The Kings Arms
Ranked #2 of 20 Restaurants in Marazion
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Seafood, British, Gastropub
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: The Kings Arms at Marazion is a small, friendly pub that serves great food every day of the week alongside a selection of real ales from St Austell Brewery. Our menu, created by enthusiastic head chef Andy and his team, features only the best ingredients from local Cornish sources with all meals freshly prepared for you to enjoy. We have a comfortable, intimate bar with a warming log fire for colder evenings. Our outside seating area is a fantastic sun trap in the summer months and a very pleasant place to sit and chat with friends or enjoy a meal from our extensive menu. You will find the Kings Arms right in the heart of Marazion, just five minutes from the beach.
Reviewed March 9, 2013

We had a lovely meal in this very cosy english pub. Very friendly staff and great food. Parking was no problem as there was a car park at the back. Also wonderful views fo St Michaels Mount

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Reviewed March 4, 2013

We came across this nice pub when making a nice trip trough the tip of cornwall (from Lizard to Land's End). Before bringing a visit to St. Michael's Mt. we had to eat something. The Kings Arms looks both nice from the outside as from the inside. We had some nice warm chocolate milks with cream and marshmallows, and a nice lunch. We ordered dishes from the specials, the portions of the food were good. The atmosphere was cosy, and staff attentive and helpful.

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1  Thank Jasper S
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Reviewed February 13, 2013

Great food, especially the roast dinner, gravy wish i knwew the secret so tasty, and large yorkshire puds too,
staff were pleasant and welcoming, its small inside , a proper locals pub

1  Thank thelmalewisuk
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Reviewed February 3, 2013

After seeing this pub full in Sept and not having time to visit we assumed that this would be good and so visited in january, OK January not the best time maybe .....the bar was empty and seemed quite badly lit and a bit grubby, warm welcome from young lady behind bar , interesting choice of soup on board (Garlic, Mushroom & Mustard) ordered and it was delicious so thought this cant' be to bad, the rest of the meal was dissa pointing, steak & chips & fish pie not rocket science but uninspireing, we were not very surprised that no other people arrived to eat or drink , The decor leaves a lot to be desired and when arriving back at cottage we rented we could smell cooking odours on our clothes , not something we would normally expect. This experiance was the worst we have had on our tours of Cornwall a one off we hope..

1  Thank JanR145
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

Granted, we were VERY hungry by the time we got there... But it is a sweet SMALL place where the locals come for quiz night. We had fish pie and lobster fettuccine and swapped halfway through, then meringue with Cornish clotted cream and strawberries (my companion) and the Guinness chocolate cheesecake (me) which were both SUPERB. Tip: Especially on quiz night, locals reserve tables, so call ahead if possible or go early.

Thank AbbeyRenee
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