Discover the best restaurant in St Agnes, United Kingdom (UK) including The Cove Cafe, Schooners, Blue Beach Bar & Brasserie, Massala, Taste, Victory Inn, The Taphouse, The Bolingey Inn, The Stepping Stones, Miners Arms
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4.5 based on 184 reviews
Enjoyed 2 cups of coffee and lactose free hot chocolate.
A pleasant environment but due to the proximity of the tables outside to the door, cigarette smoke kept drifting in. Not the owner's fault, but impacted on us.
Coffee was good quality and a relaxed attitude by staff was very pleasant.
5 based on 88 reviews
Schooners is a beach front restaurant with a daily changing seafood led menu serving big flavoured small plates and some big sharing plates with a few! Open fired cooking and smokey flavours are also high on our agenda. We are home to the longest bar in the local area serving a large selection of craft ales and lagers, some of our favourite cocktails and a carefully selected wine list that compliments the food we serve perfectly. We only use the best produce available and source our fish from local fisherman at the cove who deliver straight from boat to the kitchen and meat from local farms with some in-house butchering to boot! We are very proud to offer the BEST views in the local area of Trevaunance cove in all it's glory, a must see. We have outside Seating on the balcony as well as an upper floor for dining.
We only visited for drinks a couple of times but our little boy raves about the hot chocolate topped with whipped cream and marshmallows. A fab location overlooking Trevaunance Cove and we enjoyed watching a surfer out on the waves accompanied by a very friendly seal!
4 based on 518 reviews
Stopped here for coffee over the new Year weekend, and even though it was exceptionally busy the staff were great and the service was speedy!
We had to sit outside as there were no tables inside and it was freezing - so my only advice would be to invest in some heaters for people outside in the winter months but I haven't marked down because of this!
Great little place and I can imagine it even better in the summer months
4.5 based on 265 reviews
A group of 5 of us went in on the 27/10/2017 (half term week). We did not book and arrived at around 6pm. The staff were very friendly and its clear that the place caters for locals as well as those on holiday. The average price of a main and rice is around £10.50. They also do takeaway and there were a few people waiting.
Not long after we placed our order, two large groups arrived (circa 12-16 people per group). We sampled a couple of dishes that were specialities of the house and very tasty they were too!
I would suggest booking if you want to guarantee a table as its very popular.
We had a mixture of soft and alcoholic drinks and poppadoms to start. The bill for 5 us came in at £76.00 !
A very pleasant evening but glad we got our order before the large group arrived!
5 based on 464 reviews
Recently popped in for lunch (unbooked), had a delicious lunch.The seafood was of an excellent quality at a reasonable price and the started board was tasty and perfectly sized.Would definitely recommend.I will be revisiting.
The manager (owner?)was lovely and friendly but very professional. The chef is a star!
4.5 based on 293 reviews
We are proud to announce for the fourth year running we have been included in the Good Beer Guide!We have a lovely sheltered beer garden, conservatory & pool table.Right on the Costal Path, beautiful walks around national trust land. Dogs and families are welcome. Our food is homemade from local produce.
We were staying locally over the New Year. Fancied eating out and so stopped here. The bar area was very busy with locals and lovely open fires but as there were no table left was found a table in the conservatory. In here felt very separate from rest of pub and it was damp and not very warm. Appreciated this was only room left but itcould be made to feel more welcoming in here .Food was plentiful and good but didn't stay around left after we had eaten.
4.5 based on 339 reviews
The Taphouse provides a laid back dining and drinking experience .Regular live music and very friendly staff.
Whilst the rain poured down outside, four old friends sat down to a super lunch and a good natter. The food was excellent with an eclectic choice highly influenced by local produce and especially fishy things. Two of us tucked into a memorable Cornish bouillabaisse with locally baked bread to mop up. The other two had scallops, and another local favourite, hogs pudding with pea purée, delicious washed X down with a glasses of white wine and spritzers! Made our day!
4.5 based on 255 reviews
Wow. Couldn't actually believe this place.
Visited The Bolingey Inn on a weekday evening (6pm) based on excellent reviews on here as well as word of mouth. The place was practically deserted; two couples were dining. We went to the bar to get drinks and menus. We were then (rudely) informed that we should've booked (!?) and couldn't be accommodated.
We were absolutely astonished given the fact that there were 5 empty tables.
I would love to be able to give you a review about the food but it's not possible as they would t serve us.
No prior warning about pre booking, in fact there was a board outside promoting the 'excellent food served'
Complete joke, will not be returning. Ever.
4.5 based on 219 reviews
Local Family run business, open all year with Friendly service offering brilliant breakfasts, tasty lunches. Daily roasts and delicious dinners. Or just come in for a nice hot cuppa with a toasted teacake or a lovely Cornish Cream Tea or a slice of cake. Wheelchair access. Dog friendly Booking advised for Sunday Lunch Fully licensed to serve drinks with your meal. We cater for private parties in our restaurant.
Whilst staying in Perranporth we visited Stepping Stones cafe for a breakfast. You could so easily miss this place and go for one of the many other restaurants in Perranporth but that's where you would miss out big time ! My husband and I had...MoreThank you so much for your lovely review. We are so glad you enjoyed your visit and the food at The Stepping Stones. Looking forward to seeing you next time. Kind regards Lynda Sean and Grace
4.5 based on 651 reviews
Decided late to go for Sunday Lunch. Arrived at the Miners Arms at 2pm as most of the Sunday lunchers were leaving. We were warmly welcomed and allocated a table. Requested drinks were brought to the table for us. Only one of us had the planned Sunday lunch menu, I was tempted by the pie of the day - venison with mushrooms and my friend went for the fish pie. Despite the lateness of our lunch, our meals were served promptly, all dishes looked freshly prepared and were delicious to taste. To call the Miners Arms a traditional Cornish Pub grossly understates what it has to offer. Apart from the excellent menu choice and quality of the food offered, the staff are extremely efficient and courteous. Absolutely nothing to fault. Our meal was perfect.
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