Had a lovely light lunch of prawn salad, loads of prawns and bread and salad. All delicious, great service and nice quirky restaurant/pub.
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We have just spent a week in Polperro and went to the Blue Peter on our first night and pretty much every day after as we couldn't believe our luck on finding such a great pub! The staff are so welcoming and really looked after...More
We'd had this pub recommended to us by the lady who ran our B and B, so thought we'd check it out and we're really glad we did. On entering, the pub was very busy but we were quickly assured by the landlady that a...More
The pub is always very busy but we ventured in last night. It's not possible to book a table but the friendly attentive staff keep a waiting list behind the bar for upcoming tables. Food was excellent especially the fish and chips. There was a...More
We visited on a warm Friday evening and the pub was packed to the rafters, however the very pleasant and helpful barmaid took our names for food and we squeezed onto bar stools for a drink. There is a roomy upstairs eating area but it...More
Only managed to go there for a drink which was such a treat. Small pub with low ceilings that is exactly how a village seaside pub should be. Really friendly and welcoming bar staff , and on the night we went, a great live band...More
Came down from Oxford for our 2 week holiday and met up with some friends who live in Liskeard. Suggested we go to the Blue Peter for lunch. What a fantastic choice. The whole experience was brilliant. Fish and chips to die for with lovely...More
We stopped for lunch at The Blue Peter and the food was excellent and service friendly. Comfortable, cosy pub, great sea views and dog friendly!
During the summer season it's a nightmare trying to get into the pub for dinner. It's so popular with locals and holidaymakers that you need to get there really early in order to find a seat. The reason being its well known for its excellent...More
So we were told abut this little gem by friends and having looked in good old trio advisor we headed down during our week down her in Cornwall. It's a totally traditional Cornish ale house so yes it's quirky, quaint and small - as you'd...More