We visited with family, a party of four. I had Moules Mariniere and others had scampi and chips. Other choices included fish and chips and some typically Cornish style menue items. My mussels were very tasty (with cream and white wine) and were served with crusty bread, there was a choice of small or large... I had large and had a big bowl for around £13.50p. All menu items were offered as small or large as far as I could tell. All the others in my party absolutely raved about the quality of the chips, claiming they were the best they had ever tasted. They seemed to be crusty on the outside and fluffy on the inside, I tried one and it was especially good.This is a fine location for a a quality meal without spending too much. A bottle of Chilean Merlot was around £15.
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