Slate floors, an open fire and beer from wooden barrels make for a suitably rustic atmosphere at this beautiful 15th century village pub. The building once housed the masons that built the village’s impressive church, while the pub’s huge lawn garden is a great spot in the summer for a drop of the local St Austell’s ale. A newly built garden kitchen cranks out snacks and light bites to al fresco diners on balmy evenings. Inside, simple comforts can be found on the main menu from fish and chips to the St Kew burger, while the sirloin steak with chips and watercress has built up a cult following among locals and visitors alike. A good range of wines by the glass and decent malt whiskies are further reasons to visit.
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"Oh for somewhere like this in my neck of the woods. A proper rustic pub serving proper rustic food, the St Kew’s history dates way back to the 15th century. (That’s an awful lot of pints pulled.) Hung for 28 days, the thick marbled sirloins that have gained a cult following are suitably aged, too – while fish dishes such as baked cod with cockles and chorizo are straight off the day boat. Lunchtime sees a lighter, more traditional pub menu served – think Port Isaac crab sandwiches; ploughmans dished up with homemade pickles and chutneys; and posh sausages and mash. Beer straight from the cask; an extensive wine list and a glorious garden for when the sun’s shining - and crackling open fire for when it's not - make this a local treasure whatever the weather."
Information on St Kew Inn , St Kew , Bodmin
Open: Mon-Sat 11:00-15:00, Sun 12:00-15:00, Mon-Sat 18:00-23:00, Sun 18:00-22:30
Seating Capacity: 70
Accreditation: Good Food Guide, Michelin Bib Gourmand
|Local Directions:||We can be found just off the A39, between Wadebridge and Camelford, by following the signs to St Kew.|
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