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The Mariners Public House

The Mariners, Rock, Wadebridge, PL27 6LD

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Main course: £15
Food spend: £25
Opening hours
Monday to Sunday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 21:00.

The Mariners is good fun: beautiful situation, good atmosphere and excellent food. My wife loved her roast beef, and I was particularly impressed with the custard tart and rhubarb.

John Rea (outlaws foodie getaway) 20 March 2017
from Rock

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Headed by Michelin-starred chef Nathan Outlaw, The Mariners Public House is a contemporary pub and restaurant overlooking the Camel Estuary. Fantastic local produce is served, with live music events also featuring.

The Mariners Public House menu is packed with freshly caught seafood – there are Cornish mussels cooked in Wolf Rock IPA, Porthilly oysters with shallot vinegar, and potted Cornish crab served with Doom Bar bread. Steaks at The Mariners come exclusively from South West Farms, aged on the bone for 28-32 days.

There is also a popular Sunday lunch menu at The Mariners Public House Rock, including free range roast pork, vegetarian options like rosemary gnocchi, and desserts like Cornwall strawberries with vanilla set cream. As well as beers from Sharpe's Brewery, there are over 20 bottled varieties from around the world.

Showcasing the very best in Cornish produce, The Mariners Public House is a 35-minute drive from Roche Rail Station.

The Mariners Public House

The Mariners, Rock, Wadebridge, PL27 6LD

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Customer reviews for The Mariners Public House

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  • lunch (61)
  • views (61)
  • dinner (58)
  • al fresco (26)
  • trendy (23)
  • value (21)
  • child friendly (20)
  • large parties (19)
  • romantic (10)
  • luxury (6)
  • private dining (5)
  • afternoon tea (3)
  • breakfast (1)
  • business (1)
  • ((((( 27 March 2017 by Frank Higgins from Odiham

    This was Sunday lunch at Mariners. was part of a "Nathan Outlaw" package offered by a local hotel. The starter and pudding courses were excellent both in flavour and presentation. The main was huge, traditional meat and all the trimmings. Perfectly OK but far larger than we could handle. Cannot comment on drinks as, with a 200-mile journey to follow, we stuck to water.

  • ((((( 27 March 2017 by Eleanor Dobson from Bristol

    Excellent food, good service in spite of becoming very busy, friendly atmosphere.

  • ((((( 22 March 2017 by Steve Wootton from Uxbridge


  • (**** 21 March 2017 by Ian Westwood (outlaws foodie getaway) from west midlands

    This establshment is not in keeping with the theme of a "foodie getaway", because it served what was in essence just a standard sunday roast and vegetables. The meal was not a "foodie's" standard of meal.

  • (((** 20 March 2017 by Corinne Mcdonnell from Wadebridge

    Excellent customer service, good space between tables, food good but limited choices - two beef dishes, 1 chicken and 1 fish and only 3 desserts plus a cheese to choose from. A bit on the expensive side. I thought 3.00 for some bread and butter was way over the top

  • ((((( 20 March 2017 by John Rea (outlaws foodie getaway) from Rock

    The Mariners is good fun: beautiful situation, good atmosphere and excellent food. My wife loved her roast beef, and I was particularly impressed with the custard tart and rhubarb.

  • ((((( 20 March 2017 by Sarah Outlaw from Bristol

    We enjoyed Sunday lunch and had excellent food and service. Ambience is more cafe than gastro pub but the food was lovely. Beautiful views.
    The Ham Croquettes starter were generous as was the Roast Beef main. Beef cooked medium thankfully not well done as so many roast beefs are unless you go fine dining. Meat was tender and roast potatoes clearly didn't come out of a packet. Nice gravy and a very generous selection of flavoursome vegetables (cheesy leeks, roast beetroot, tender stem broccoli, white cabbage and swede & carrot mash). My only gripe is the homemade yorkshire pudding. Really glad it wasn't out of a freezer cabinet but I prefer the traditional pudding tot he style over substance giant puff. that would be my only minor complaint. Lemon sponge and custard tart desserts were delicious too.
    Would definitely visit again if in the area.

  • ((((* 19 March 2017 by Orla from London

    Basic fare in a stunning setting - A nice local pub experience

  • ((((* 19 March 2017 by Helen Robinson from Bicester

    We had a very lovely meal at the Mariner's. The mussels were excellent. I had a rib eye steak which was cooked to perfection.
    The staff were friendly and helpful. Service was good.

  • ((((( 17 March 2017 by Alan Coles from Brackley

    Excellent staff, very helpful and welcoming. Superb view over the estuary. Food everything I expected it to be from somewhere with Mr Outlaw's name to it.

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