We nipped in here for tea one night, had a large menu on view outside . The staff were very welcoming and efficient but the food is unfortunately only average.
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Went here for lunch during rail day trip from Southampton. First visit to Looe for 20 years so didn't know where to eat. Had a vegetarian lasagne and salad which could hardly have been better. Glad I didn't have chips as well as the meal...More
We found this place a bit hit and miss. My first meal of fish and chips was a disappointing with soggy batter. Ham, egg and chips - huge amount of ham, which was very good but took home for sandwiches the next day as far...More
We came here on a busy evening and the waitresses were working so hard they were like blurs! But never failed to be friendly and helpful. We had a lovely meal - this place offers traditional pub grub and they do it well. We will...More
Went for dinner at this restaurant after looking at the menu outside. We were relatively early for dinner.6m30/7.00pm. I ordered a fish dish this was all sold out. I decided on haddock buy asked the beans to be replaced by salad, not a problem I...More
This is a family run restaurant with friendly and efficient staff and good food. Food locally sourced and of good quality.
We visited the Golden Guinea while on holiday in Looe last week. I ordered the Hand battered Cod and Chips, when it arrived the batter was dark coloured and very hard and the fish inside was nearly non existent I think the fish had been...More
Bit of a shame really. This has gone downhill since we were last here. My crab salad had shell in and my husband's roast lamb wasn't identifiable as such. It looked more like beef and the flavour was indeterminate. Would not eat there again.