The style is refined yet relaxed: a perfect spot to enjoy a perfectly prepared cocktail or a chilled glass served by our knowledgeable bar staff.
The bar also offers a superb yet less formal dining venue where we serve a blend of classics such as moules frites or the Mullion Cove Hotel signature Seafood Platter (24 hours notice). As you would expect, the menu is prepared with produce sourced from the chef’s favourite fishermen,farmers and growers from around the Lizard and Cornwall.
Soup of the Day and Freshly Baked Bread £5.50 (V)
St Austell Bay Mussels, Hot Ginger Beer, Lemon Grass and Lime
Broth, Rustic Bread Starter £7.95 Main £11.95
Salad of Local Crab, Oranges, Strawberries, Radish, Pea Shoots
Ballotine of Confit Free Range Chicken and Rabbit, Crispy Chicken Skin, Pickled Gooseberries, Focaccia Crisps £7.50
Gem Lettuce, Marinated Feta, Sunblush Tomatoes, Cucumber, Basil, Olives £6.50 (V)
Chargrilled 28 day Matured Ribeye Steak, Hand Cut Chips, Seasonal Salad, Green Peppercorn or Cornish Blue Sauce £17.95 (GF)
Confit Duck Leg, Cous Cous, Spiced Peaches, Figs and Sour Cherries £13.50
Homemade Beef Burger, Smoked Cheddar, Sweet Heart Bacon, Floured Bap, Tomato Chutney, Rustic Chips, Salad £12.50
Fish and Chips
Ale Battered Fish, Rustic Chips, Crushed Peas and Accompaniments £13.50
Whole Catch of the Day, Citrus Caper Butter, Brown Shrimps, New Potatoes, Seasonal Salad (price dependant on market availability)
Chickpea Falafels, Lavender and Preserved Lemon Tzatziki, Rocket, Fennel and Orange Starter £6.95 Main £10.50 (V;GF)
Seasonal Fruit, Berries, Nuts, Seeds, Dried Fruits
Starter £6.95 Main £10.50 (V;GF)
Meat Slate: Cured Meats, Marinated Vegetables, Freshly Baked Breads, Olives and Cold Pressed Rape Seed Oil
For one £12 For two £18
Fish Slate: Smoked Salmon, White Bait, Salt Fish Cakes, White Anchovies, Lemon Mayo, Freshly Baked Breads, Olives and Cold Pressed Rape Seed Oil For one £14 For two £20
Vegetable Slate: Smoked Paprika Hummus, Dolmades, Artichoke Hearts, Marinated Feta, Sunblush Tomatoes, Freshly Baked Breads, Olives and Cold Pressed Rape Seed Oil (V)
For one £10 For two £16
All made on Malted Brown or White Bloomer Bread
served with dressed baby leaves and root vegetable crisps
Grilled Back Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato £9
Cornish Ham and Whole Grain Mustard, served on the side £8
Parma Ham, Sunblush Tomatoes, Olives, Lemon Mayo, Rocket £9
Local White Crab Meat with Mayonnaise, Lemon and Spring Onion £11
Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese, Watercress, Capers £9
Mature Cheddar and Chutney £7 (V)
Smoked Paprika Hummus, Sunblush Tomatoes, Watercress £7 (V;VE)
Cornish Camembert, Onion Marmalade and Rocket £8 (V)
Fresh and Dried Pear, Grapes, Walnuts, Crème Fraiche, Honey £7 (V)
(V= dishes suitable for vegetarians. GF=suitable for a gluten free diet; VE=dishes suitable for a vegan diet)
Freshly Baked Breads and Butter
Buttered Baby Potatoes
Good food takes time and we prepare all of our dishes fresh and to order. We pride ourselves on using locally sourced ingredients including fish, crabs, lobsters and shellfish from our local fishermen; free range poultry, rare breed pork and grass fed meats from Cornish farms.
Our food is all about seasonality and letting our carefully sourced ingredients shine. Mullion Cove Seafood Platter, Lobster, Whole Crab, Oysters and other local Shellfish can usually be arranged with 24 hours notice. Please ask your server if you are interested. Price will vary according to market availability.
We are more than happy to accommodate special dietary requirements. Please advise us of these as soon as you can. Please note that our dishes are made in an area where there are nuts.
If you have any time constraints, please let us know when you are placing an order and we will do our best to fulfil any time requirements you may have.
So relax…unwind…take in the view…and enjoy your time with us.
The Glenbervie Bar is a nod to our past taking inspiration from the hotel’s hay days of the early 20th century. This stretch of coastline is notorious for shipwrecks and The Glenbervie is one of its more famous.
She ran aground in 1902 carrying a cargo of 600 barrels of whisky and several hundred barrels of rum and brandy. Since it was easy to reach her at low tide she was the toast of locals for many years. All crew and what was left of the cargo were saved.