Get a flavour of what’s on offer at our renowned restaurant in Cornwall and browse our selection of sample menus.
Served 6.30 – 9.30 am Monday to Friday
7.30 – 10.00 am Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays
Whether you’re staying on business or a short break in Cornwall, our breakfast menu offers a wide range of delicious hot & cold foods dishes to set you up for the day ahead. Start with fresh Italian coffee, or from our selection of teas & infusions, before tucking into fresh fruits, cereals, yoghurts & juices. Or perhaps a sumptuously sticky danish pastry, mini muffin, buttery croissant or toast with lashings of Cornish butter and Mrs P’s homemade jams & marmalade. You’ll soon find yourself coming back for more! Of course, there’s always a hearty full Cornish and other tempting treats such as Eggs Royale or a Champagne breakfast for that special occasion, all prepared to order.
Business Breakfasts – Invite business associates and clients to meet over breakfast – you’ll be ahead of the game before the others even get into the office!
Non-residents welcome – £14.99 per person
Served 12.00 – 2.30 pm daily
Lunch at The Penventon restaurant is popular with local residents, clubs, associations and business guests alike, with a huge range of both classic and our signature grill dishes served up with friendly and welcoming smile. Natural daylight floods in A chance to pop in and have a cheeky glass of Pinot & a natter over a Seafood Thermidor with the girls, or maybe escape from work for an hour’s peace with Chef’s homemade Burger. Take a look at our lunchtime menu below or see our lunchtime special offers here.
Group bookings & Special Occasions – Get in touch with our restaurant team on 01209 203000 to book and they’ll be happy to help with any special requirements.
Served 6.30 – 9.30 pm Monday to Thursday
6.30 – 10.00 pm Friday, Saturday & Sunday
In the evening, choose from our seasonal A La Carte Menu including our signature Grill section served up from our “Wood Charcoal Oven” as well as our 3 course set menu which changes daily. Offering the freshest of local Cornish produce, Head Chef, Keith Brooksbank, and his brigade provide a varied menu of classic and seasonal dishes using the finest, freshest, Cornish ingredients.
Whether you fancy a classic fish & chips, or our fabulous Chateaubriand for 2 carved at the table – there’s something for every taste. Make sure you leave room for Dessert though – devilishly decadent, they’re not for the faint hearted!
The proof is in the pudding, and ours are not for the faint hearted! Indulgent. Decadent. Devine!
From tasty tarts to comforting pies with lashings of custard and ice cream filled marbled chocolate cones to demolish-me-now sharing boards…there’s always room for dessert!
If you’re truly stuffed and can’t manage another morsel, perhaps a rich Italian coffee or after dinner liqueur instead.
PUTTIN' ON THE ROAST!
Every Sunday 12.00 – 2.30 pm
Tuck into a hearty Cornish roast as a treat for 2 or all the family! Choose from a selection of 3 quality roasted meats – have one or some of each. Served with all the traditional trimmings & musical accompaniment from our resident pianist.
SAMPLE MENU COMING SOON…
What finer way to indulge, celebrate or mark a special occasion that with this fabulously British Tradition. Enjoyed at The Penventon Park Hotel for hundreds of years!
We have crafted a range of delectable new Afternoon Tea menus to enjoy inside, in the gardens or out and about in Cornwall. From a classic Cream Tea to luxurious Afternoon Tea Picnic, you’ll be sure to find something absolutely irresistible!
POSH HOT CHOCOLATE
Introducing our indulgent new menu, just for hot chocolate, from Hans Sloane London.
Explore a world of pure pleasure and fall in love with the most sensual and smooth hot chocolate.
Hans Sloane Hot Chocolate
Sir Hans Sloane (1660 – 1753) was Physician to King George 1. In 1687 Sloane travelled to the Caribbean, as the physician to the Duke of Albemarle, on a trip funded by the King to find some Spanish Gold. On this trip, whilst exploring the flora and fauna of the island of Jamaica, he tried the local cocoa & water drink for the first time, he found it nauseating.
Sloane decided to invent a recipe to improve the taste, and after many variations, he tried mixing it with milk and sugar. On his return Sloane developed his recipe and Sir Hans Sloane Milk Chocolate was born…