Carefully furnished inn with interesting food, a friendly welcome, local beers, and seats in pretty garden; bedrooms
Good Pub Guide Recommended
The imaginative food is the main draw to this enthusiastically run, busy inn, but they do keep Sharps Doom Bar and guests from Cornish Crown and Skinners on handpump and over ten wines by the glass. The L-shaped bar has various cosy corners, exposed joists, a woodburning stove and an attractive array of dining chairs around wooden tables on oak flooring. The restaurant is separate; background music and board games. The pub spaniel is called Monty. The pretty tiered garden has seats and tables, and the bedrooms are light and airy. The inn is a minute from the South West Coast Path and just over a mile from the beaches of Mount's Bay.
Good Pub Guide Food
Highly enjoyable food includes local scallops with hog's pudding, capers, apple and celeriac, shredded ham hock with cauliflower purée, spiced pineapple salsa and organic duck egg, moules marinière, roasted artichoke and pea tagliatelle with truffle oil, lemon zest, parmesan and crème friache, local plaice with leeks, cucumber, brown shrimps and dill and lemon butter sauce, garlic and thyme pork cutlet with apple butter and creamed potato, and puddings.
Good Pub Guide Information
in: Dogs Bar