Stopped here on our walk from Gurnard's Head. We were met with a lovely welcome, some great food and a good pint. I had the Jack Sprats which were delicious. Would definitely recommend.
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We went on the costal walk which stars at the pub car park after two hours we returned to the pub soaked, the bar had a roaring log fire and was so inviting, the staff were lovely, chatty and welcoming. We had a snack for lunch which was good value and delicious. The Evening menu looked good. We would have... More
Came across the thinner arms whilst on a coastal drive and what a little gem it is,friendly staff and really good food all served with a smile.if your out for a drive along this picturesque coast it's a great place to stop off for a drink & a bite to eat
Atmospheric location in Zennor with a warm and welcoming interior and friendly staff. Food was relatively simple but very high quality and nicely prepared. Had the fried whitebait and the mackerel pate, both of which were excellent. Also would recommend the Chilli. Good range of drinks available as well.
We are very regular visitors to the area but hadn't eaten at the Tinners for a while. We had lunch here after a long walk. Traditional pub food but really excellent. Bar staff were very helpful in their advice about two of needing to eat nut free and gluten free dishes. My grown up children both agreed it was the... More
We had intended to eat here but it was too cold to eat outside and the one "table" left of what must only be five or six was a barrel with a bench seat looking down the room. The menu only had six mains and apart from the steak nothing grabbed me and Jane was considering he kids menu. So... More
ColinandJane, I'm sorry that you didn't enjoy your recent visit to The Tinners. You are right that it is a small pub - but they didn't build enormous pubs like Wetherspoons back in 1271 when it was originally founded and most people like the cosy atmosphere! Our food is all cooked from scratch with local ingredients, and so we keep... More
Lovely dog friendly pub with stunning views. Food came quickly after ordering, but portion sizes are small for the price. Beer battered fish was tasteless and served with a tiny portion of chips. We would go back, but try the sandwiches instead as they looked good.
This is a wonderful, old style pub with loads of atmosphere as well as very friendly staff. We took in our two (giant) dogs - a wolfhound and a deerhound - and were greeted by all the staff, including the chef, who came out to see the hounds. They were very happy for us to occupy a fairly largish floor... More