From Our Editors
The restaurant can be found in one of the oldest buildings in Looe, still largely preserved in its original form with the cellar and loft dated at least 450 years back. Sitting back in the comfort of the special atmosphere generated by its associations with the 16th-century smugglers, it is not difficult to imagine the old sailing boats of the early 1500s moored to the quay outside. In this historical setting, guests can enjoy a diverse menu including mouth-watering steaks and locally-sourced seafood, as well as a choice of sides and desserts. Meals can be complemented with a selection of wine, spirits, draught beers and ciders.