Beautiful place with beautiful views. Food all freshly made and a great choice on the menu. Worth the slightly inflated prices.
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The location and setting of this fairly remote restaurant is idyllic, in particular the approach through the moors. The atmosphere is very relaxed and the staff are friendly. Portions are very generous and well presented and the price levels are reasonable. Music nights are available...More
We arrives late Friday evening looking for food. The Owner couldn't have been more helpful, going into the kitchen himself and cooking chips & lasagna. Very good quality and good ales. It was good enough to bring us back the next night for a meal...More
I have spoken with The Culborn to reserve a table this May 21 but was told there had been a change of owner and it has now reverted to a pub selling pub grub. I hope it is as good as it was before, because...More
The food and surroundings are wonderful. Excellent for a cinema deal. Have a lovely dinner then go onto Lynton cinema, makes a lovely evening.
So to get the location issue out of the way. Tripadvisor has two entries for the Culbone in its database. The first is this one for the restaurant and the second is for the hotel aspect of the business (same business / same location). The...More
Teetering on the brink of excellent. Had lunch at the Culbone today, having been a few years ago under a different management. Attractive location and well maintained. Good efficient service, the lambs liver dish nicely cooked and very tasty, good veg too. Sticky toffee pudding...More
First impressions of The Culbone were great, such a warm welcome, particularly for our dog. I had the lamb which was good. My boyfriend had the hake which was overcooked, only came with 4 very tiny baby potatoes and he couldn't taste the lobster butter....More
We reserved a table here while we were visiting the area after reading good reviews, and it did not disappoint. We ordered the scallop starter and for our mains we had steak and the hake fish dish. The fish dish in particular was really good!...More
Stayed one night over the bank holiday weekend. Restaurant was booked out but they had been thoughtful enough to reserve a table for us. If you are staying here there's nowhere else to walk to (and a pretty unpleasant uphill drive from porlock) so might...More