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When you visit the Pandora, it is easy to forget you're in the 21st century. The spectacular setting on the edge of Restronguet Creek is timeless. Parts of the Inn date back to the 13th Century and with the flagstone floors, low-beamed ceilings and thatched roof it is picture perfect.
Food is served all day and Wherever possible, ingredients sourced from Cornish farmers and fishermen.
Families are made welcome, both inside and out. The jetty is perfect for crabbing at high tide and bait, lines and buckets are on sale at the bar. At low tide, the shingle beaches are an ideal play place.
This is a dog friendly Cornish pub and well-behaved dogs are welcome to sit with their owners in the bar areas.
Opening hours: 10.30am to 11.00pm every day Food served: 10.30am to 9.30pm every day
The slight price increase in evidence over recent years is the only mark against this wonderful pub restaurant. A favourite destination for a walk from Mylor Bridge the food is cooked to order and worth the wait. Be warned you will be lucky to get an outside table in the summer... and you will need to book to eat indoors in the winter!
Nothing out of the ordinary on the children's menu but the Sunday roast is of particular note. A bargain £5.95 and a proper sized portion the chefs will let the children serve as many extra vegetables as they choose.
Relaxed, cosy, informal. Papers at the bar but bring your own games to play if you want a longer lunch and it is too cold to send the DCs outside for a spot of crabbing! This is the very best place locally for crabbing, the water is chock full and the jetty area is very sociable with older /local kids helping out the younger ones or holiday makers. There is always a new friend to make and at low tide the shingle beaches are a treasure chest of old pottery, seaglass and such like.
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