Set in truly idyllic surroundings, the Queens Arms in Breage is as quintessentially British as it gets. With sweeping views of the Cornwall countryside and a menu loaded with all your favourites and plenty of beer, ale and wine to wash it all down, it really doesn’t get much better than this. You’ll find a range of dishes along the lines of homemade steak and ale pie, fish and chips served with mushy peas, fully loaded burgers with all the trimmings and plenty more besides. So whether you’re in for Sunday Roast with the family or catching up with friends, this Sethnoe Way gastropub in the town centre will leave you satisfied each and every time.
Pros: Food is absolutely lovely. I have eaten there a few times. Nice pub in a nice setting. Cons: waited a long time for our food and my meal was served a good 5 minutes after everyone elses. Also my son is vegetarian and there was only 1 choice of vegetarian food but it wasnt suitable for him. I politely asked the waitress if there was any chance of a veggie burger or something and i got a flat NO. So dissapointed with the response especially as it was a meal for my sons 16th birthday. Has put me off going back to be fair.
A very friendly traditional pub. Sunday roast was excellent. The large option not for the faint hearted . No room for the lovely selection of puddings. Also a good selection of hand pumps at the bar. Definitely one to visit again
Very nice food in a pub with great atmosphere. A little bit slow on delivery but well worth the wait. Decent price menu ideal for lunchtime meeting. Will definitely return.
Friendly staff, great food, we will definitely go there again! The blade steak was cooked to perfection, wine reasonable priced and chunky chips were superb.
A very tasty meal meal, well presented and served in convivial surroundings. I shall certainly come again (I live 300m up the road!) and recommend the food to others.