With Newlyn fishing port, acres of arable land, and lush grazing pastures on our doorstep, naturally our menus make the most of local produce grown, reared and landed here. Crab, fresh off Stevenson’s boats at Newlyn, and mackerel from Mount’s Bay. 28-day-hung steak from herds reared on local pastures. Moomaid of Zennor ice-cream, churned down the lane at Tremedda farm.
Whether you’re after a fortifying bite after a blast on the coastpath, a slap up supper or a leisurely Sunday roast, tuck in to great food made with fresh, local ingredients, washed down with real ale.
Lunch 12 – 2.30pm
Supper 6 till 9 and 8.30 on a Sunday.
Please note on quiet evenings the kitchen will close early. Please call ahead to avoid disappointment.
Call us to reserve a table: 01736 796927
A pint of local ale. A punchy single malt. Or a hand-crafted Cornish gin. Whatever your tipple, there’s always plenty to slake your thirst in our well-stocked bar.
First port of call for ale drinkers are the legendary Tinners and Mermaid ales. Alongside these you’ll find well-kept cask ales, beers and ciders from some of the county’s best-loved breweries: Sharp’s, St Austell, Skinner’s, plus guest ales and craft lagers from the likes of local brewers Cornish Crown and Bays.
Try a drop of award-winning Polgoon wine from the local vineyard down the road at Penzance. Or sample a hand-crafted Cornish spirits – distilleries such as Tarquins and Curious have recently been springing up, resurrecting the art of small-batch spirits. Cornish rock samphire and Devon violets add unique local character to these delightful Cornish gins.
Last, but certainly not least, we’re particularly fond of our whiskies. From light, creamy easy-drinking Speysides through earthy Highlands to punchy Islays packed full of peat. If you enjoy a dram as much as we do, we trust you’ll find a pleasing drop, with a selection of a dozen or more stalwarts and newcomers behind the bar at any time.