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Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

We arrived and were greeted by a friendly barman who, throughout the evening, was very helpful in recommending a very good selection of gins! The collection of which, for a small village pub, is great! The staff were attentive and friendly, particularly our waiter Jamie, who was polite, welcoming, and relaxed, and offered very good service throughout our evening.

The menu provides a good choice of meals, and there is a specials board as well with a good selection of dishes. We were both happy with our choices; good sized portions and fresh ingredients; tasty homemade food.

An all-round enjoyable meal and (several) drinks at The Kings Arms. Would recommend to anyone wanting a relaxed and cosy evening in a good ol’ Cornish pub.

Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Amy L
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Reviewed 28 March 2018

Located in the town of Paul, a short walk or drive up the hill from Mousehole is a
Gasto pub gem, The Kings Arms Paul, a generous car park, adjacent to a lovely
Pub. We were greeted with a great smile by bartender, Mac, who very ablely
Guided us through their wonderful menu! As important, we started with wonderful local
Ales, or, we could choose from "one of the largest Gin collections in U.K." All of
Which, Mac was knowledgeable about and guided our choices. This wonderful pub is welcoming to all, with two connected dining areas connected by the bar. Daily food
Specials are on a caulk board, along with a great,varied menu. One of the new owners,
Is the Chef, and his care and expertise shows. This is now, one of the nicest pubs in
Cornwall! For a good time, get your arms around the Kings Arms Paul!

Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Bill H
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Reviewed 15 March 2018

My husband and I had lunch here on a rainy Wednesday. I had the most amazing Dover sole ever - advertised as fillet, but was in fact the whole fish (minus the head). Beautifully cooked in capers and lemon butter. My husband had ham, egg and chips - just as well he chose the smaller portion as it was extremely generous. Home-cooked ham too. The (part time!) chef came and checked we were happy with everything and explained how he had cooked the sole. Also came along for a chat afterwards with interesting tales of how he had ended up working at the King's Arms. We can't recommend this pub highly enough - just wish we could have gone back several times to try out some of the other meals on the menu as they all sounded delicious and just a bit different. Also disappointed that we didn't have room for dessert as they looked amazing too. Great value for money.

  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 8 March 2018

After TOMTOM did its job we arrived and pleasantly suprised to find a parking bay close to the hotel entrance and we had great parking for our three nights there.
Staff were supurb as was the food.
We were on the ist floor with a great view of the church & bell tower opposite. During the week the bells were bearable however would recommend good ear plugs for Saturday night as bells commence ringing from 6am on Sunday. Being a hotel one may expect some bar noise above..Briggy12 reminds me that you couldn't swing a cat in the room but thankfully we don't own a cat.

Stayed: October 2017
1  Thank EA1509TC1401
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Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

We went to see the Winter Wanderland in Paul and visited the church to see the rejuvenated stained glass window and improvements in the church which are lovely, after which we had Seafood Linguine and Hake catch of the day washed down with two excellent pints of Tribute
The welcome, service and quality of food were all top notch and very enjoyable
Well done team

Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
1  Thank 2trevorn
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