Experience the unique atmosphere of place in history that is steeped in intrigue and mystery. Imagine yourself taking a drink in the same place that Pirates and Smugglers once used some 750 years ago. This is one of the oldest pubs in Cornwall. An underground tunnel leading from the harbour was used to secretly transport their bounty just before their evenings rest at the Public Bar. This can still be seen from our courtyard.
Allow your imagination to wander as you decide what to do. Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere in the comfort of the bar area. Ponder over the selection of the finest food in the area from our extensive menu or simply enjoy the ambience of a local friendly pub.
Our restaurant serves the freshest, finest local produce. Our food has been recognised by numerous awards. All you need to do is sit back and enjoy. Take in the Cornish sun while eating your meal Al Fresco in our covered seating area.
Address: The Turks Head, Chapel Street, Penzance, TR18 4AF
If you like good food with friends in an open, airy,stylish restaurant with a happy atmosphere, the Bay's the place to eat in Penzance for you. A special place to celebrate and relax.
We open onto an outdoor deck with magnificentviews across Mount's Bay, over the rooftops to the Penzance Harbour waterfront.
Our food is regional and modern European cuisine, fizzingly fresh
with a light touch, and fine attention to detail in an unstuffy atmosphere.
Staff will help you choose the best from the local fish markets,
farms & gardens washed down with wine from everywhere round the world including Cornwall.
Sunday to Friday lunch from 12, Afternoon tea from 3pm
Dinner 7 days a week from 6.00pm.
Address: THE BAY RESTAURANT, BRITONS HILL, PENZANCE, TR18 3AE
Fat Fish Café and Take Away serving you the best tasting fish and chips in Penzance. Whether you enjoy traditional fish and chips or prefer your fish simply grilled with new potatoes and vegetables, this is the place to eat.
Please note that all chips are cooked in palm oil making them suitable for vegetarians. If you follow a gluten free diet, you can still enjoy traditional fish and chips by requesting our celiac batter.
It’s not all about fish and chips though. We do have varied breakfast, daytime and evening menus for you to choose from as well as our daily ‘Specials’. Children have their own ‘all day’ menu with dishes like ‘Pickers Platter’ designed specifically to cater to their tastes. At the weekend, try something from our special breakfast menu and enjoy a glass of Prosecco with your smoked salmon and scrambled eggs.
Private parties and events can be catered for, just give us a ring or call in to discuss your requirements.
If fishing is your passion and you want to ‘Eat what you Catch’ without cooking it yourself, then we can do that for you. When you drop off your freshly caught fish, discuss with our chef how you would like it served then come back later to enjoy local food at its freshest. No fishing gear, no problem – ask us if we can organise a fishing trip where all tackle is supplied. Please note that there are a limited number of places available each day for our ‘Eat what you Catch’ dining.
You will find Fat Fish Café on Wharf Road opposite the harbour car park a minute’s walk from the railway and bus station.
We are open all year round with free wireless and both indoor and outdoor seating. Whether you want just a coffee, a glass of wine or a three course meal, you can be assured of a warm welcome from Lorraine, Jody and their team, so do come along and see us!
Winter opening hours
Fat Fish Cafe 10.00am – 4.00pm
Fat Fish Take Away 12 noon – 8.00pm
Summer opening hours
Fat Fish Cafe 8.30am – late
Fat Fish Take Away 12 noon – late
Our stylish hotel in West Cornwall is situated within stunning sub-tropical gardens leading onto the beautiful Cornish coastline and the historic fishing village of Mousehole. ,br>
Whether you use the Old Coastguard Hotel in Cornwall as a base to explore the beautiful Penwith coastline or as a romantic break to escape and unwind, you will find our superb facilities will cater for all of your needs during your holiday in Cornwall.
Address: Old Coastguard Hotel, Mousehole, Penzance, TR19 6PR
The star inn is a bit of a tardis of a pub, small from the outside but surprisingly large inside. They are big on sport with 12 screens showing sky tv plenty of football,rugby and even the darts.
The pub has lots of nooks and crannies so there are plenty of quiet areas to escape or join in with the crowd. They do food from 12 o'clock its good pub grub, good size value for money meals.
Families are more than welcome with a children's menu and designated family areas.Brand name house doubles and a wide range of soft drinks on tap, pepsi,lemonade, vimto,irn-bru, orange juice and cranberry.Also a range of cocktails and shooters.
Free wifi, quiz night on a tuesday, jukebox, 2 pool tables, dart area and a lively weekend night life. Also private parties can be catered for christenings, birthdays even weddings at very reasonable prices.
Why not pop in and give us a try.
Address: The Star Inn, 119 Market Jew Street, Penzance, TR182LD
A VISIT TO THE BOATSHED CAFE BAR PENZANCE
IS MUCH MORE THAN JUST A DINING EXPEREINCE.
Located on the picturesque harbour side of Penzance town in the South West of England. We pride ourselves on using only the best fresh local ingredients. We offer a range of dishes to suite the whole family or business party from locally caught seafood to the finest West Country Steaks.
We have a full selection of popular starters/sharers which includes items such as Nachos, Moules Mariniere, Grilled Goats Cheese, Seafood and Vegetarian Tapas. Our chef has a regular and ever changing specials menu to tempt you with. We also have an excellent selection of local and new world wines to complement your meal.
Coming to the Boatshed is much more than just a dining experience. This is one of the oldest parts of town where much of the original maritime commercial activity that helped to establish Penzance started from. The Boatshed is an authentic old wharf side building located on the harbour front in Penzance. As you dine beneath great beams and masts of old sailing vessels the atmosphere wreaks of a bygone era of smuggling and shipwrecking. With trading connections and seafaring links with all parts of the continent as well as the new world it has been mentioned that beneath the timbers of the old store and restaurant room, Masters of Neapolitan brigs our of Rio, or homeward bound East Indiamen transacted a bargain or two amidst the rich aromas of Geneva Gin, Schnapps and Turkey Twist. The romance of this past era is still prevalent today when you visit us.
During the season, the Boatshed Café bar is open throughout the day and evening â€“ with the main first floor restaurant being open in the evenings. The Cafe Bar has a distinctly continental feel in keeping with its original heritage. If you care to take a stroll around the harbour to take in the general boating scene you may today be tempted by the rich aroma of freshly ground coffee or to sample one of our splendid wines or beers and watch the world go by from the outside terrace. We have a range of tapas or light bites throughout the day as well as the full dining experience. Children are very welcome and we do indeed provide a children's menu.
We have a fully licensed bar and can cater for private parties including buffets. Our bar and functions room is an ideal venue for birthday parties. We also have free Wi Fi facilities for our customers.
To view the restaurant or download menus please visit our website
We also provide holiday accommodation all year round. For more information on our holiday accommodation please visit www.bosuns.org
If you wish to reserve a table or have any further enquiries to make please do not hesitate to call us on
RESTAURANT : 01736 368845
OFFICE : 01736 366746.