Pretty standard pub lunch. I had fish and chips and my husband had ham eggs and chips. The portions were medium to large and the dishes tasty. Good quality pub food. Does what it says.
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Choice of at least 8 real ales, the best being the Blisland Bulldog, good food and friendly atmosphere, located in quiet village
Stayed in a B&B nearby and came for an evening meal twice, the second time so we could be there for the pub quiz. We played but as we were from across the pond we did not do well. Nonetheless, we were welcomed by all....More
Four of us meet up somewhere between their home in mid-Cornwall and ours in northeast Devon every whit & while for a meal and to catch-up. Unfortunately we were recommended to the Blisland Inn. A lovely setting, excellent beer and a nice whitebait starter, After...More
Middle of nowhere but a fantastic 'proper' pub with a good range of ales. My favourite was Sharp's Blisland Bull dog. A must if you like beer! Very traditional.
Me, my wife and my mum went for an evening pub meal Wife had sausage chips and (by request, apparently to the dismay of the proprietor) gravy, when it arrived the accompanying salad on the plate was a complete mystery! Perhaps peas would be more...More
The great thing about this pub is the fantastic service and overwhelming friendliness of the staff and customers. We arrived tired and hungry at about 8.45 in the evening and had great pub grub at reasonable prices in a fab atmosphere. Nothing was too much...More
The real ale was memorable (and strong) but the food and service were disappointing. We had Sunday lunch- it took nearly an hour to arrive and aside from the fact that they had burned the Yorkshire puddings (so there were none) the rest of the...More
Stayed near this lovely wee pub. Food standard was ok but the friendly atmosphere more than made up for it. Very friendly and helpful staff. Dog was made very welcome. Good quiz Wednesday night's! Plenty of choice beer and ales. Wine was ok could be...More
This place was luckily within walking distance of our campsite. It's a really beautiful old pub full of character. They have a fantastic range of local ales on tap. We ate in there one night and the food was good honest pub fayre at reasonable...More