Normally we research our pubs in advance but happened to just park here for a walk. Small but very atmospheric bar but nice dining room and loads of tables outside with lovely view. Food was excellent. Sunday roast was declared one of the best ever, roast potatoes and veg were superb, really tasted of something. Not currently a main entry... 更多
A very characterful, atmospheric pub on the coast past St Ives. We had the roast dinner which was beef. A huge plateful arrived with large Yorkshires on top. Very tasty and washed down with a pint of draught Guinness. Would definitely recommend (both!)
I walked from St Ives to Zenner along the coastal route 6.5 miles.Stopped at the Tinners arms for some food and a well deserved pint of local ale. The food is excellent all fresh local produce,I had the local Hake with prawns In a lobster sauce.Well done to the chef,probably the best hake I've ever Tasted.The lobster sauce, what stunning... 更多
Very old pub in the village in good decorative order, offering well kept beer and great food. Recommended. Stay over at the Inn or next door at the Chapel House.
after a long walk from St Ives this was an oasis. We ate here twice in our 7 day stay in St Ives snd and superb lunch on both occasions. I can't understand your recent entries except to say that scallops are very expensive wherever you are and you will never get a lot for your money. I had a... 更多
A welcome sight on the 13 mile circular walk but soft drinks overpriced and despite the glorious weather the barwoman barked at everyone who came in to shut the door as it was draughty
we went to the Tinners Arms because their website very clearly stated it's a dog friendly place - which it is. We phoned and "booked" a table, but when we arrived the pub tables were all full, so we were taken to the restaurant - which was empty and cold. The waitress turned the radiator on for us (why was... 更多