All the food was excellent but the real stars of the evening were the waiting staff who, despite looking rushed off their feet most of the time were unfailingly polite and cheerful. It was a wonderful evening. Would love to visit this place more regularly - it's a shame we live the best part of miles away! I was looking forward to taking my grandson out for a bit to eat at lunchtime. He chose the fish and chips from the children's menu - it was fine a good portion, he enjoyed it. It arrived on white bread, no salad garnish.
The salmon was mostly too rubbery to eat - you could see the grey skin on the rubbery bits. I ate what I could, and commented to the waitress that it was not good. We left. What a shame. I really am not going to say much or I will be hear all night writing this review! What a fab find!!!! This place is doing something right and wish I lived local to frequent regularly! This attractive inn, with its sunny conservatory extension is set in an idyllic Cornish village - but is only minutes from the A Great food made from quality locally sourced food, friendly service and a very reasonable price.
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Certificate of Excellence. Our menu takes inspiration from the great Cornish larder using fresh fish, locally reared meats and small organic suppliers. With its roaring log fires, beamed ceilings and friendly, cosy ambience on one side and a cool, contemporary conservatory space on the other, the Plume of Feathers is the ideal venue for many occasions. Why not take breakfast in the conservatory from 9am? Information is power. Support the free press, so we can support Austin. Not Easily Broken. In this film based on a novel by pastor and bestselling author T.
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