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Rising Sun, Kingsand

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Cosy friendly local.

I could imagine it fills up very quickly in here and getting served may be stressful.

Slightly unusual location just up from the sea.

Nice selection of ales too.

montie49 - 10 Nov 2016 18:16
Great pub, excellent pint of Betty Stoggs. Good food,
Illavhalf - 5 Jun 2014 23:05
Great little pub..well kept beer, good choice of food at reasonable prices, live music on Saturdays..what more can one want? And the absence of the over-hyped and boring Doombar is a real bonus.
Insearchofthebestpint - 23 Sep 2012 13:18
Nice interior, packed out on a Friday night, full of locals in good cheer, nice to see a local pub doing so well. Perhaps a victim of it's own success as we didn't stay for a pint and went down to the Halfway House, will have to return on a quieter evening.
OldRogue - 11 Oct 2011 13:20
Lovely little pub with excellent food - the 18 inches of sausage is to be recommended. Three ale taps with beers including Sennen from Skinners and Spingo IPA - a rare treat outside of West Cornwall. Popular with locals and walkers, it was busy even early on a Saturday lunchtime but with friendly staff and clientele, you can see why. Well worth a visit if you're in the area.
DuchyBoy - 20 Jun 2011 08:16
First things first - don't drive, the streets are tiny. It's a good locals pub with pretty good Sharps in a gorgeous village.
mtaylor40 - 9 Jun 2011 21:52
Small, friendly pub with live music on a Saturday night. At end of March 2010 stocked Skinner's Heligan Honey andSharp's No 6 (and one other but memory fails), both well kept. The food was 8 - 12 for mains, and good for the price. Traditional pub grub (burgers, pasta, ribs) supplemented with a variety of seafood dishes. Book ahead in high season. Well worth a visit.
aleloz - 15 Apr 2010 10:24
Had a drink here on the day of the Black Prince festival. Still no Doom Bar but I'm getting a taste for IPA now. Didn't eat but the food looked pretty good.
REVERENDBAZ - 12 May 2008 10:00
My personal favourite of the Kingsand / Cawsand pubs. Frequented by locals and tourists alike, but being few yards out of sight from the beaches the bucket and spade brigade tend to miss it out (hooray). Decently kept ale (Sharp's brewery is the dominant one here) and a very nice lunchtime menu. The bar area is not large, so seating can sometimes be at a premium on a busy afternoon or evening - but if you can't get a seat there's plenty of other pubs close by and it's worth checking here first.
themillbrooker - 28 Oct 2007 12:04
Lovely food and cosy atmosphere. Loads of outside seating which is nice in Summer.

Not a lot of room in the pub itself so it can get quite cramped and I have found it a bit smokey.

They do however have live music nights which are always successful.
anonymous - 27 Aug 2006 16:19

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