- Main course: £17
- Food spend: £32
- Opening hours
- Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 18:30 - 21:00 Sunday: 12:00 - 14:30.
Brilliant, excellent food and wine and very good service.
07 June 2019
from Port Isaac
Holder of a Michelin Bib Gourmand, The St Tudy Inn is a cosy Cornish pub celebrating the best seasonal produce from the surrounding areas. Simple rustic cuisine, real ales and fine wines are served in a charming setting, complete with an open fire and elegant décor.
The St Tudy Inn menu evolves with the seasons but may include the likes of 8oz sirloin with rustic chips and tarragon butter, pork belly with mash and red wine sauce, or line-caught mackerel with honey and spinach. Amongst the tempting desserts, sample fig and almond tart with clotted cream, or the rich chocolate tart with pouring cream.
Sunday lunch at The St Tudy Inn pub comes packed with meat and all the trimmings, as well as offering alternatives such as butternut squash risotto with truffle oil or ale-battered haddock with hand-cut chips. From the bar comes a range of local ales, world wines and classic cocktails.
Find The St Tudy Inn Cornwall nestled in the stunning Cornish countryside, and at the heart of the village
The St Tudy Inn
Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 3NN
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Customer reviews for The St Tudy Inn
((((( 14 July 2019 by Linda from Hemel Hempstead
We had an excellent meal at St Tudy Inn, wonderfully cooked, fresh ingredients are presented beautifully. Lovely relaxed atmosphere and great service.
((((( 12 July 2019 by Blake from St Tudy
Brilliant. Perhaps a bit reserved in temperament, but the food is fantastic. The menu was quite diverse and included multiple selections appropriate for vegetarians. My baked Bream was perfectly prepared, subtle and delicious. My partner's sirloin was beautifully done. The wine list was interesting if not extensive and the desserts were delicious.
St. Tudy is charming and really tiny. The only roads in and out are typically Cornish: extremely narrow and hedged. Be sure to designate a driver. The Inn itself is a light and airy with a lot of the feel of a country farm house.
Service was, as I say, reserved but attentive. It was quite delightful to hear them laughing and joking back in the kitchen. If they are enjoying themselves, you can be pretty sure you will too.
((((( 11 July 2019 by Sarah from Geneva
Very welcoming pub with fine cuisine.
The waiters are very kind (loved Kate). Yesterday’s specials were absolutely fabulous : beef filet in salsa verde cooked to perfection!
((((( 10 July 2019 by ROSEMARY from SUTTON UNDER BRAILES
We were greeted by very friendly staff, everything about the place, the ambience, the decor, and especially the food was amazing, we absolutely loved it. We were recommended to visit by my cousin, although she had never been, but who went the next week. Overall, a lovely experience.
((((* 8 July 2019 by Victor from South Kirkby, Wakefield
Attractive location and nice decor, good sized car park.
Reception and service high standard. Sensible and varied menu.
Food well presented and good to eat.
Prices fair for the quality and compared to other high end restaurants.
((((( 5 July 2019 by Laurent from Geneva
Lovely atmosphere and very thoughtful decoration. We had lunch and enjoyed Bream on heritage tomato fondue which was more than amazing, and a wonderful risotto. Everything actually was great!
(((** 26 June 2019 by Penny from London
Service polite but not looking out for you.
Food, pleasant but not exceptional.
((((( 16 June 2019 by Joshua from Birmingham
Welcoming service. Great cocktail menu. Lovely setting and restaurant. Lots of varied choice on the menu. Monkfish starters and Sea Bream main were highlights.
((((( 15 June 2019 by Paul from St Tudy
The St Tudy Inn is not what you would expect for a small North Cornish Village.
If you want good quality pub food at an affordable price there are many pubs in the adjacent area that would be better.
However, for a special meal where small portions and a higher price can be tolerated it is well worth a visit.
Although I live in St Tudy I have only eaten in the St Tudy Inn three time in the last four years.
I would only recomend the St Tudy Inn with mentioning fact that it is not a typical village pub, and the small portions and high cost.
((((* 15 June 2019 by LINDA from IPSWICH
Staff very welcoming and knowledgeable.Atmosphere good,but although the Good was absolutely delicious,we thought £11 for three small scallops was too much.It didn't detract from a wonderful meal.All the food was delicious.
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