wait staff very friendly, service was great, a terrific all round dining experience. would recommend to anyone
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Great place for a pint or a good meal. A bit pricey for a pub but the food was better than the average pub food, good service and good beer, well worth a visit
Ate here many times whilst on holiday in Penzance. Always been very happy with food offering but somewhat underwhelmed this time - the 'small' fish was tiny with similarly small helping of chips, whilst the 6oz steak too was modest to say the least. On plus side, good service but all in all, not the best value for money this... More
I am a regular visitor to Penzance and have eaten in the Turks Head on quite a few occasion. The food has usually been quite decent. However, last week, after a hard days walking, I called in for an evening meal. I was very hungry so I ordered the 'large' fish and chips which, at £14, I expected to be... More
I had a steak which was hands down one of the best I've had!! I got the blue cheese and brandy sauce which was so good!! Really cool venue and decor in the pub, we will definitely return if we come back to Penzance!! Plant pot Pete loved it cheers guys xx
Trying to find a decent and non-fussy place to eat in Penzance sure was a challenge without having to resort to fish & chips. We read the reviews and arrived at the Turks Head (the oldest pub in Penzance). We had a friendly welcome, and a decent menu to choose from. The food was good pub fare, and it had... More
Jolly pub with good atmosphere. Very nice for late evening drink. Warm welcome. Nice to see a real old pub name celebrating Suleyman the Magnificent rather than the Slug and Turban or some such nonsense.
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