Try to get a window table, for a good view over Mount's Bay, at this popular foodie pub.
You can enjoy everything from a 'Salad Beef Sandwich'; various 'Ploughman's' or 'Char-Grilled Spiced Chicken Baguette to a full three-course meal here.
They are only a short stroll from the Newlyn Fish Market, and seafood figures prominently here.
The à la carte menu various with the season, but a Spring version listed 'Rosary Goats Cheese with Olive Tapenade & Membrillo'; 'Terrine of Pork & Venison with Dressed Leaves & Wasabi'; 'Gravadlax of Local Pollock, flavoured with Oregano & Lime with Spicy Salsa' and 'Tower of Newlyn Crab scented with Lemon & Coriander, with Avocado & Cumin Purée & Sweet Tomato Dressing' amongst the starters.
Mains might include the likes of 'Poached Fillets of Local Lemon Sole with Celeriac Purée & Seville Dressing'; 'Pan-Roasted Rump of Roe Venison with a Garlic-Roasted Field Mushroom & Cepes'; 'Seared Local Scallops with Crisp Bacon, Cauliflower Purée & Fig & Almond Dressing' and 'Sage Butter Fried Potato Gnocchi with Blue Cheese Sauce, Seared Halloumi & Roasted Red Peppers'.
Their are also traditional pub dishes - such as 'Fisherman's Pie' and 'Sausage with Mash & Onion Gravy'.
Interesting puds will also to hard to resist, with possibly 'Brandy Snap Basket with Homemade Ice Cream'; 'Trio of Apple - rich apple curd, apple fritters and apple & cinnamon sorbet'
- Food Style: Best Pubs for Food
- Lunch: all week 12.00-22.00; mains about £14 to £20
- Dinner: all week 12.00-22.00; mains about £14 to £20
- Seats: 54
- Wine: a well chosen list, has modest mark-ups, and a good selection by the glass
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Nearest station: Penzance Rail
- Directions: See the map on this page
- Closed: check Christmas openings