King Arthurs Arms, Tintagel - pub details
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other pubs nearby:
Ye Olde Malthouse Inn, Tintagel (0.0 miles), Cornishman Inn, Tintagel (0.0 miles), Tintagel Arms Hotel, Tintagel (0.0 miles), Wootons, Tintagel (0.1 miles), Mill House Inn, Trebarwith (1.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs
please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.
|4 beers from Tintagel Brewery, tried 3 and all were excellent, Staff were fantastic, good service and very pleasant, food was excellent. A very positive experience.|
Dylanwing - 30 Apr 2012 22:35
|Very large pub that doesn't look particularly clean or cosy. Quite a lot of slot machines. We didn't try the food, which looked average.|
The beers however were excellent. Great choice of the local Tintagel Brewery, the only place around that had so many of them, and in top condition too.
MarkVP - 9 Sep 2011 12:05
|Positively surprised by the range of real ales available, and especially the 3 different ales from the local Tintagel Brewery that were on tap. These were by far the best quality ales I have tasted in Cornwall; Fresh, hoppy, fruity aftertaste. Think they were "Gull rock", "Harbour Special" and Castle Gold".|
When it comes to food I found it more average. Lots of indoor space, quick service, nothing wrong with the food.
Some disturbing slot machines reduced my overall positive impression.
hgr - 25 Jul 2011 11:36
|Open plan pub with good range of beers. Looks very nice from the outside. Very clean loos. Dartboard and pool table. Usual disinterested young barmen/maids that you find in tourist spots. We had their Chilli con Carne and a Cheese Ploughmans for lunch. The cheese was the mildest lump of rubber I've tasted in a long while, and the Chilli was very very bland, looking like the scraped out contents of a cornish pastie with a few kidney beans added and a chilli vaguely waved in its direction sometime in the course of heating. Oh, and a burnt poppadum was laid on the side, not quite sure why. Don't think the waitress spoke English. Won't be eating there again.|
arfajob - 1 Nov 2010 19:25