Liked this place, far more casual than the seafood restaurant but i would say better food. Good service, great wines very reasonably priced and a variety of seafood and non seafood menu which satisfied our party. Would go again and again.
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We Ate at the seafood & st Petroc's, both meals were great & well cooked. Good wine. My husband had the oysters with sausage. The sausages are very spicy and truly delicious. We commented how good the sausages were with the oysters to our waiter...More
excellent lunch to be had here, all very fresh and a different menu each time we visit. Mid price range accepts families although we were a couple
Four of us visited for a lateish supper All had the steaks - cooked to perfection Bernaise was good but not excellent Lovely chips and accompaniments The most perfect pudding to finish the meal - pannacotta with blackberries and the most delicious crunchy bits I...More
Having eaten at the Seafood Restaurant we thought we would try another of Rick Steins eateries on this visit to Padstow. Booking process was simple, we got the time we wanted & the reminder system worked well. We had a drink in Ruby's Bar before...More
We had breakfast here on two mornings and dined on one evening as part of a Winter foodie break at Rick Steins. Breakfasts really fabulous and plenty on offer - eggs benedict particularly good and my partner enjoyed the full English. Dinner was good -...More
My son has always wanted to eat at the Seafood Restaurant but as his birthday is in January it's usually closed. However this year I managed to secure a table at St Petroc's Bistro, one of Rick Stein's other eateries in Padstow. My grand daughter...More
We waited over an hour for our first courses, however when they came they were delicious and the main courses lived up to expectation. The expresso coffee could have been hotter (tepid). Service was lackadaisical but well intentioned.
We came on a cold, wet, Friday night in January with our small dog and were looked after brilliantly by the team at St Petroc's. We sat by the fire in the bar area (which we had to ourselves!) and shared some Padron peppers and...More