My father had a job to do in the pub and after a discussion with the manager he promised a return visit on a less formal occasion. We booked for the Sunday eager to see what he had raved about. Placed on the picturesque river side even a dull mizzley Cornish day couldn't spoil the views. The pub itself has a really warm welcoming atmosphere.
To start I had a beautiful prawn tom yum soup which was so flavoursome and a rather hefty portion. My parents had the nachos which again surpassed expectations with homemade nachos, picante peppers and all the trimmings- it was certainly enough for two! Myself and my mother had the carvery, all the trimmings of course and the beef was beautiful. You can certainly tell they home make everything with love because it was all fabulously seasoned. My father had the "whale and chips" that certainly didn't disappoint it was huge! And to top it off we had the treacle tart and brownies- all I can say was that it was -especially for a pudding lover like myself- heaven. The brownies were deliciously gooey, the salted caramel ice cream accompaniment was divine. I truly cannot wait to visit again and bring some friends to sample the truly scrumptious and locally sourced food. Bravo guys, I haven't a bad thing to say!
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