We popped in here on the off chance as it had just started to rain. We shared a calamari and chips with a pint and a half of Tribute. It was absolutely lovely, inexpensive and served by friendly staff.
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another cracking breakfast in here , i have the aggie brekkie , which is 1 bacon , 1 egg , 1 fried bread, half a tomato , beans , mushrooms , proper sausage , 1 pice of hogs pudding and a choice of toast £6.95...More
A great pub selling St Austell beers (my reason for visiting!). They usually have at least four available, incluing some "small batch" ones. Decent selection of food. They use locally baked bread for their sandwiches. Popular with locals, including families with children.
We booked on the morning , very friendly staff , the dinner came out very quickly , it was all excellent quality, home from home roast dinner and we are fussy, so praise indeed wonderful roast beef cooked to perfection , lovely roast potatoes fluffy...More
Ate here again, as we do every year. The food is wholesome, reasonably priced and the service is good. There is a good atmosphere in the place which was lively and busy
Good range of food at reasonable prices. Popular with the locals - always a good sign! Friendly Landlord & staff, and quick service,too.
We stopped here as it was dog friendly. Whilst the table we chose to sit at was dirty the rest of the place seemed clean. The food was nice although the fish cake could have had a little more fish, in bigger chunks in it...More
Stayed here for 3 days to attend a wedding. Had a great time. Ate dinner in the restaurant 1 night, very good. Breakfast service was mixed, quite slow on 2 days.Food was also not up to expectations on 1 day. Pub has old world character....More
Had a Mexican meal in the St Agnes hotel and It was very good. This pub is in the centre of St agnes and has a very local feel about it, Friendly staff and good service