St Tudy Inn
The good pub guide review
Landlady's good modern cooking is the main draw here; bar with log fire in raised hearth, cushioned window seats and mix of tables and chairs on slate floors, Sharps Doom Bar, St Austell Tribute and a beer badged for the pub, a couple of ciders and around 25 wines by the glass, informal dining rooms with rugs on bare boards, farmhouse and wheelback chairs, fresh flowers, candlelight and another log fire; background music; children and dogs (in bar) welcome, picnic-sets under parasols at front, more seats in garden, closed Sun evening, otherwise open all day.
To put it simply, Emily Scott is passionate about food. She creates dishes which follow the seasons, gathering the finest ingredients and combining them simply and instinctively.
It’s in her kitchen where Emily feels most at home. She loves nothing more than delighting others through food, bringing friends and family together around a table.
In 2014, Emily embarked on her latest adventure: The St Tudy Inn, which has gone from strength to strength.