A favourite of locals, The Penventon Park Hotel started with a simple mission back in the early 70’s…to deliver delicious food and drink at reasonable prices and to be generous within our community.
Our mission remains the same today. Traditional classics & modern European dishes showcasing the best seasonal ingredients in the restaurant. Throughout 2019 we are celebrating Local Community Heroes each month by donating 50p from this weekly changing menu and from other of our favourite dishes with the aim of raising £10,000 for these fantastic causes.
~ 2 Courses & Coffee ~
~ 3 Courses & Coffee ~
Soup of the Day (v) freshly baked bread
Pan Fried Chicken Livers, shallots, whole grain mustard, brandy on brioche toast
Ham Hock Terrine, piccalilli, sourdough toast
Devilled Whitebait, aioli, salad, lemon wedge
Asparagus, Watercress, Radish, Pickled Fennel Salad soft poached egg (v)
Steak Frites (£4.00 sup.) 8oz rump steak, roasted tomato, frites, bearnaise sauce
Grilled Pork Chop, whole grain mustard mash, grilled apple, curly kale, cider sauce
Chicken Schnitzel, fried egg, almond butter, lyonnaise potato, purple sprouting broccoli
Megrim Sole, caper & lemon new potato cake, Cornish samphire, saffron veloute
Buddha Bowl, spiced mange tout, red cabbage slaw, cumin infused brown rice, grilled pak choi, toasted pumpkin seeds, crispy black kale,
maple & pecan dressing (vg)
Pistachio Layer Cake blackberry & port sorbet
Dark Chocolate & Caramel Parfait salted caramel brittle
Vanilla Creme Brulee shortbread fingers
Apple & Rhubarb Crumble vanilla custard
Selection of Cornish Ice Cream & Sorbet brandy snap
Afternoon Tea for Two £26.90 Monday to Thursday, 1pm to 4pm (with pre-purchased voucher)
All Grill Dishes Every Thursday 6pm to 9:30pm
Fish & Chips Enjoy this classic every Friday, 12noon to 2:30pm for £8.50
St Petroc’s was initiated by the Diocese of Truro of the Church of England when clergy found homeless people coming to their church doors, or to their homes asking for help. Concerned that, at best, a bed for the night, a good breakfast, and a word of sympathy was an inadequate response to homeless people’s underlying needs, the church took action to set up ‘The Saint Petroc’s Society’ The services which St Petroc’s now offers have been developed over the years in association with its partner agencies and in pursuance of local and national government initiatives. They are directed not only to relieving the immediate problems of homelessness, but to establishing pathways along which, if all goes well, the clients
may progress to a settled life in the community.
Please help us, to help St Petroc’s by choosing to dine from this menu or one of other favourite dishes and
we will donate 50p from each 2 or 3 course set menu or selected dishes.