• The Port William

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Pub and restaurant on the Trebarwith Strand and Cornwall coast path. Has seperate vegan and vegetarian menu including Moving Mountains cheeseburger, tofu & mushroom pie and vegan ice cream with berry compote. Terrace overlooking the beach. Dog friendly. Open Mon-Sat 09:00-21:00, Sun 12:00-21:00. Food service times. Pub open until 23:00.

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6 Reviews

First Review by Luckydave


Points +122

05 Oct 2022

One good option, ignore the rest.

The Banana Blossom ‘fish and chips’ is pretty amazing. However, the other vegan options were very bland and the side of veg was super stringy and overdone which was a shame.

Worth it for a drink and the amazing view!

Pros: Amazing view of the sea , Good ‘fish’ and chips with vegan tartare sauce. , Nice atmosphere

Cons: Very understaffed and slow on the bar , Could improve their other vegan options , Expensive



Points +16

25 Sep 2022

Served meat and cheese to us.

We ordered the vegan roast, when they served it with cauliflower cheese. When I asked they said it was vegan. It was definitely cheese. They also served us meaty gravy, also stated it was vegan but it had obvious chunks of meat in it.

Awful service to boot and the waiter had really bad body odour that lingered after he had left. It was also the most expensive meal we had in Cornwall and the worst!

Cons: Don’t understand vegans, Poor service, Expensive


Points +72

03 Jul 2022

Great location but overpriced for average food

Went here for dinner today after seeing on their menu they had a few options. Beautiful setting, the view was fantastic. I had the gnocchi for starter which was incredible. I then had the banana blossom fish and chips which I was disappointed with, it tasted of nothing except grease in the batter, there was no vegan tartar sauce, which I was only informed of after I chased it up and the mushy peas were a bit of a splodge on the plate. I think they could turn this around quite easily but based on the price of everything and their location they know they have a bit of a captive audience.

Pros: Gnocchi was amazing

Cons: Expensive, Greasy batter


Points +168

25 Oct 2020

Rainy day haven

Have just eaten here. The vegan nut roast was delicious and loaded up with plenty of vegetables. Initially we sat outside, but then it started to pour down on a very blustery day! The staff offered us a place inside even though they were booked solid, and we completed our meal in comfort. I also had the vegan bottled beer, Proper Job, which went down a treat! Highly recommended...

Pros: Vegan options were several, Friendly staff, Amazing view!

Cons: None


Points +146

18 Aug 2020

Lovely Location

Hard for me to judge the food because on the day I came there was a technical difficulty and they couldn't serve any hot food!! But I ended up having a beetroot and falafel salad which was nice but I've bought the same falafels from Tesco before so what quite overpriced for what I got. Service was great though and the view of the coast can't be beaten.


Points +28

07 Dec 2019

Impressive vegan options

Large yet cosy pub restaurant with open fire and sea views.

Relatively quiet with relaxing music and atmosphere, this restaurant was one of the only places with vegan options in the area, and the vegan menu was very impressive.

The tofu and mushroom pie with mash potato, tenderstem broccoli and gravy came lovely and hot and was very tasty, and the vegan moving mountains cheese burger that came with chips and side salad was also really good, would definitely return!

Pros: Vegan menu, Relaxing atmosphere , Many options

Cons: Expensive

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