Discover the best restaurant in St Just, United Kingdom (UK) including The Commercial Restaurant, Rosemergy Farmhouse Cream Teas, The Queens Arms, King's Arms, Warren's, Jeremy's, Jelberts, Apple Tree Cafe, 190 Degrees West, The Cook Book
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4 based on 220 reviews
The Commercial is a former coaching inn run by the same family for over 100 years. We are an inn offering excellent value home cooked food using the fantastic local produce available to us wherever possible. There is a full bar menu with weekly specials for that extra something special. There is a small cosy dining room the Lounge at the front of the building and a light airy Conservatory dining room to the rear
Great service, good food. My wife's fish was excellent and my gammon very succulent. The ice cream pudding was so large we had to share.
5 based on 174 reviews
This cream tea is brilliant, best we have had this trip. Just happened to be driving from St Ives towards Pendeen and came across the sign for "cream teas" so stopped and was a lovely setting, sit inside or out and enjoy the lovely freshly baked scones with strawberry jam and clotted cream.
4.5 based on 244 reviews
Sad to say we were very disappointed by the food, with the management also being particularly rude. Having gone there on the first night of our stay in the local area we didn't go back having found far more hospitable establishments with far better food.
4.5 based on 479 reviews
Neill and Angie would like to welcome you to The Kings Arms A 14th Century Inn near Lands End in the heart of Poldark country Our fish comes from Newlyn and our meat is local as is most of our vegetables. Our eggs come from the local community farm. Food is served seven days a week lunch is from midday until 2pm and dinner is from 5pm onwards The pub is open 7 days a week from 12pm. Wednesday night we have a free quiz starting at 9pm Sunday Lunch from 12.30pm until 2pm We have a selection of fresh coffee and hot drinks. Plus various board games, a real log fire We are also very dog friendly.
A great day watching rugby rounded off with dinner in the King's Arms. Scallops and pate starters well received, tasty and well presented. The mains of pollock, venison and fish pie all pretty good, although fish pie could've been hotter. Proper Job was pretty good. May come back.
4.5 based on 113 reviews
We were passing through St Just around lunchtime so decided to stop and grab a bite to eat, we popped into Warrens to get ourselves pasties (what else?!). The pasties themselves were delicious and a decent size (filled up a ravenous teenager). Whilst we had initially only intended to get pasties some of the pastries looked so good we ended up buying some of those as well - these were also excellent. The staff in the shop were friendly and more than happy to help. All in all I'd thoroughly recommend this bakery.
4 based on 140 reviews
Fish and chips
Decided to get fish and chips while visiting St Just so called in to Jeremy’s. The fish was cooked to order and was beautifully white with a crisp batter. The chips were plentiful and tasted delicious. Crispy and not soggy or greasy. Good value too. Would definitely recommend.
5 based on 328 reviews
This ice cream is always excellent and I would highly recommend it. The flavour and texture is good.
The only reason I give it four stars and not five is the attitude of the elder lady who works there. We went at a busy time and her manner was very abrupt and sullen. No smile, please or thank you.
Manners cost nothing.
4.5 based on 237 reviews
Apple Tree Cafe are a licensed cafe/coffee shop serving our own roasted coffee (Penmarace Coffee) as well as tea and soft drinks. We serve breakfast, brunch, lunch, cakes and cream teas. Wherever possible we use local produce in our freshly prepared food. Local artists and crafts people display their work in our cafe. We are dog friendly :)
My husband and I frequently come for lunch and it's always such a lovely experience. The food is amazing. Very wholesome ingredients and excellent quality. The staff are so welcoming and always know what we want and bend over backwards to accommodate any requests. Our...MoreThank you for your review. We are pleased you enjoy visiting and look forward to seeing you again. Steve
4.5 based on 214 reviews
Returning from sun-down at Lands End we stopped here just as it was about to close. A big friendly welcome from the friar and a massive cod, haddock and chips was had with home made tartare saouce and mushy peas. Excellent nosh amd what a great way to end the day!
4.5 based on 221 reviews
Feed the body and the mind at The Cook Book St. Just, a child and dog friendly cafe in the heart of Poldark country. Situated 'at the end of the world' in the lovely village of St. Just - one of the few places where you can still find Free Parking! Popular for its home-made cakes, pies and scones visitors return time and time again for our Breakfasts, Cream Teas, Cakes and Seasonal Menus. Why not order a Picnic in advance of your walk using our online store? We also provide Holiday Hampers using our own Farm produce and favourite Cornish suppliers such at Tregothnan Tea, Origin Coffee, Polgoon Drinks, Baker Tom bread and McFaddens famous pastys. Order online or email us. The Cook Book is available for private hire, and we often have visiting and local artists exhibiting. Outside catering can be arranged for weddings, birthdays and special occasions and all ordered through our website. Opening Times 9-4 - Seven days a week 9-5 - Seven days a week in July & August 9-4 - Mon to Fri, 9-3 Sat & Sun, Nov to March We stop serving hot food one hour before we close.
Went in stumbling down step...waitress smirked! Never mind. Sat down on some stools noticing a sign saying 'we will come and serve you'... Sat there and no menu offered, waitresses carried on chatting, ten mins later still waiting, caught their eye and shrugged, waitress then came over and said everything ok, I said No, got my coat and left!! How do these cafes survive? It's not good to ignore customers as so many other places around to spend money in!
Found another place across road, Black rabbit cafe, wonderful service, food and £25 spent, worth every penny!
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