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Local Eateries

Polruan has two great pubs down on the quay both offer excellent food and local ales or you can hop on the ferry across to Fowey (ferry operates until 11pm) for plenty more pubs, restaurants, bistro's & takeaways.

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The Russell Inn

Close to the quay side in the picturesque Cornish village of Polruan, the Russell Inn has been serving good beer and great food since 1832.

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The Lugger Inn

A lovely pub by the water specialising in seafood. Focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction.

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Sam's Fowey

Down on the small but lovely Polkerris beach, in the old lifeboat house, Sam's on the Beach is comfortable, light and airy, and the food is top notch, with great seafood, pasta and wood-oven pizzas.

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King of Prussia

 built on the site of a much older house, which dates from the late 17th Century. Thought to be named after the smuggler and privateer John Carter, who was nicknamed the King of Prussia.Here you can enjoy good food and fine, real ales, whilst enjoying the views.

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The Blue Peter Inn

For a warm welcome, fabulous food & excellent beer, get down to Polperro & spend some time at The Blue Peter Inn. Situated on the edge of the quay - the last pub before France!

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The Galleon Inn

Down on the small but lovely Polkerris beach, in the old lifeboat house, Sam's on the Beach is comfortable, light and airy, and the food is top notch, with great seafood, pasta and wood-oven pizzas.