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Had the 'Codfather' here a couple of years ago and it was awesome, delicious chunks of fish and scampi in lovely batter. This time it was very disappointing, seemed like poor bits of fish in too much batter and overdone scampi, not worth the £13.00....More
Recently stayed in the village over a cold weekend in February. Kept returning to this lovely pub, grandchildren included, after visits to other pubs. The glass covered hole in the Smugglers' bar intrigued my grandson. I can confirm the fish and chips were excellent. Just...More
We stopped off for lunch at The Fountain Inn fancying a fish and chips. The menu in the pub was extensive, reasonably priced and there was a good range of ales too. We did not have to wait long for our cod and chips. The...More
We didn’t realise just how central this lovely pub is right in the heart of Mevagissey.
Lovely old sloping floors and creaky doors, oozing charm and great hospitality from all the staff.
Unsurprisingly, you need to park a few mins. away but the Fountain is...More
This is a genuine English pub from a by gone age
The hospitality is wonderful, the service is very good and you have a choice of excellebt pub food downstairs or more classic dining upstairs. If you choose the latter you have your own waitress...More