Have been On a Saturday evening for a romantic meal . I had the lamb shank and the meat fell of the bone . Husband had the haddock which he enjoyed a lot . Staff where very professional and friendly.
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Winter in Looe means not too many restaurants are open, so we were delighted with our discovery. Despite it being (by chance) a busy party evening, we were served promptly by the friendly and efficient staff, and the food was delicious and excellent value. Nice...More
Was on holiday in looe for a week could only get in on our last night to this restaurant .if only could have got in on our first night as would have eaten here every night ...service excellent wine excellent food all 3 courses soooooooooooo...More
The Smugglers Cott is never disappointing of an evening and still one of the best places to eat in Looe. Sunday lunch here a real treat though - it's a Carvery run to military precision which means good fresh food that's piping hot. Busy in...More
This is a great cosy restaurant tucked away by the river in Looe. The waitresses were superb, although we didn't experience the chef coming out to chat to us as we have done in Papa Ninos and The Ancient Mariner's Bistro. Aside from that, our...More
We had the pleasure of dining here with friends who had eaten here once before and recommended it. We were delighted with the ambience of this restaurant. Booking is a must as isn't open every day. The selection of dishes available is so good one...More
Excellent and attentive service. Food was fantastic quality, well presented and a well thought out menu. Wine not overpriced. Some tables have a great view across the inner harbour. We chose the "prix fixe" menu and it was excellent value. Would happily go again.
Had an excellent meal here. Waitresses were lovely, very good service and wait times for the food were reasonable. It's a cool old building, tastefully decorated with a relaxed atmosphere. Not somewhere I'd come with young children. The food... good. Steaks were on the expensive...More