A stylish bistro overlooking the harbour and the sea beyond.
The menu stretches from the likes of fish & chips, home-made burgers with Cornish Blue Cheese and open sandwiches to more serious evening dining.
The menu changes with the seasons, and fish with the daily catch, but starters such as 'Home-smoked Mackerel Paté with toasted Ciabatta'; 'Shell-roasted Scallops with Sweet Tomato and Basil Butter' and 'Marinated Beetroot, Feta and Poached Pear Salad' set the style.
Maybe to be followed by 'Whole Grilled Plaice with Samphire Butter'; 'Cider Braised Ham Hock with White Beans'; 'Roasted Sweet Pepper Linguine with Mascarpone' or 'Rib-Eye Steak with hand-cut Chips and Bearnaise Sauce'.
If you still have room, you might be tempted by 'White Chocolate Pannacotta with Stewed Blueberries'; 'Baked Vanilla Cheesescake with Rhubarb and Ginger Compote' or their selection of Cornish cheeses.
Service is both professional and friendly.
There's a pleasant walled garden for summer eating.
- Food Style: Bistro
- Lunch: all week summer 12.00-15.00; mains about £9 to £12; Sharing Plate £11.25
- Dinner: all week summer 18.00-21.30; mains about £14 to £17
- Seats: 38, plus 20 outside
- Wine: a concise but well-thought-out list, has modest mark ups
- Children's portions: Yes, plus their own menu
- Nearest station: Penzance Rail
- Directions: See the map on this page
- Parking: Street parking
- Closed: some Bank Holidays, Mondays between Nov & Feb, 25th & 26th Dec
- Outside eating
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Wed 11th April 2012 by Jean Bettany
What did you like about the Restaurant?
The calm relaxing environment. It was a very warm and comfortable place for an evening meal. The food was lovely.
What did you not like about the Restaurant?
We had called into the restaurant to book and requested a particular table=something special for my husbands 50th birthday, only to arrive on time to find someone else had been given the table.
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