Departed from our usual entry to Cornwall via Rock and on Dawn’s recommendation went to the St Kew Inn for lunch. Great journey down in glorious sunshine, arrived at about 12.15p.m.Village looked impressive so our expectations were raised. We were not disappointed. Drinks outside to start with; Ale from the barrel for Tony , chilled Rattler for Tess, Guinness for Dawn and Pat.
Then to the restaurant for food. Only us in there to start but others followed.Main Courses included mussels with fries and crusty bread (not as good as Tony‘s, sauce( a bit lightweight.) Warm salad of ham hock with puy lentils and waxy potatoes (delicious), ham, two eggs and fries for Tess, and local ham with cheddar and apple chutney sandwich for Pat.
The desserts didn’t disappoint. Bread and butter pudding, plum and almond sponge with almond cream(light and tasty) and cheese platter for Tony. There was so much Tess had to share it with him. We will return, probably next July on our way down again. As an aside there was a massive umbrella in the gardens and we mean massive. We must return to see it up!
T & P , T & D.