Top 50 Gastropubs

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St Kew Inn

The beautiful pub is situated in the Cornish countryside, close to the breath-taking coastline of north Cornwall.

The venue takes pride in the quality and presentation of its food offer with locally sourced ingredients served wherever possible.

Its choice and quality of food prepared in its renowned kitchens provides a superb selection of delicious dishes.

Meals can also be served in the pub’s stunning gardens, should the weather allow, but wherever you choose to have some nosh, you’re promised a cheerful and relaxed atmosphere.

Dish highlights include ember-baked beetroot with whipped goats curd, wild chervil and burnt orange to start.

Featured on the mains is a cull Yaw ragu with lamb fat pagritta smoked old Winchester and taking advantage of its locality, Porhilly mussels with brown butter, sea greens, fries and sourdough.

Drinks are taken just as seriously at this pub, with the venue offering a carefully selected range of ales from local brewers such as St Austell as well as those from further afield.

A range of handpicked wines is also available, while the pub’s G&T celebrates local distillers Tarquin’s.

And of course, in Cornwall you are surrounded by stunning land and seascapes, so the pub provides a perfect place to stop for a drink and some food while you plan your next Cornish adventure.

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