Very welcoming, small & cosy. Didn't eat here but the food looked good & will give it a go next time.
Enjoyed drinking and eating in this lovely pub, will hopefully return for another holiday and sample the delights again. Excellent food, very morish beer and great staff.
Sole with new potatoes and samphire and fish pie were well prepared and delivered, and then savoured. Service is friendly we like this cosy and traditional fishing village pub. Thanks again.
Needed an east first night in Marazion evening meal solution and fell on this place only by accident. For a pub the food was of really good value and quality. Tables were a bit cramped but it was very popular and you definitely need to book if in season. Daily specials were excellent especially the fish of course. My first... More
Really tiny, but the food is great. The staff was very friendly and helpful, we felt like as known for a long time. Definitely recommend it. We have eaten the steak, burger and chocolate tart as a dessert. Lovely
Called in for a meal on a Saturday evening; given a warm welcome and they managed to squeeze the three of us in. One steak, one fish and one vegetarian meal, all excellent and really tasty. Well kept ale went down well too. Friendly staff in a lovely little pub. I dare say we will use again during our holiday.
We had an over night stay in Marazion and were recommended this pub to eat in. We were not disappointed. The service was very good, and the fish and chips the best we have ever eaten. The barman/waiter was friendly and attentive. We had fish and chips and pudding. Very reasonably priced too.
We enjoyed fish dishes, large portions and good wine (and beer for himself). Very small pub but great atmosphere with plenty of outside seating too.
This is one of the smallest pubs I have been to. So if you want to eat you have to book and you will be told what time they want the table back! The staff were very nice and the food the usual pub fare. The ladies room is in the pub but the mens is out the back door,... More
It's not easy being a tourist destination when the age of the party ranges through generations - in our case from 4 to - well, let's just say old enough to know better... It was a grey afternoon so three adults and a somewhat fractious 4 year old who would have rather been playing in the wind and rain on... More
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