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.
The Glenbervie Bar will be closed for private functions:
Saturday 7th December from 6pm, Friday 13th December from 6pm, Monday 23rd December from 5pm,
Wednesday 25th December all day, Thursday 26th December from 6pm, Monday 30th December from 5pm,
Tuesday 31st December from 5pm
We apologise for any inconvenience caused
Soup of the Day and Freshly Baked Bread £5.50 (V)
Local Mussels, Chorizo, Smoked Harissa, Ciabatta £7.50
Salt Fish Cakes, Chilli Jam £6.50
Potted Game, Mustard Fruits, Tintagel Scone £7.50
Cornish Blue Cheese and Pear Pate, Apricot and Walnut Croutes £6.50
Chargrilled 28 day Matured Ribeye Steak, Chips, Seasonal Salad, Garlic Butter or Pepper Sauce £17.95 (GF)
Primrose Herd Pork and Apple Burger, Cornish Brie, Onion Marmalade, Chips £11.50
Fish and Chips
Ale Battered Fish, Chips, Crushed Peas and Accompaniments £13.50
Catch of the Day, Puy Lentils, Watercress, Cauliflower Puree (price dependant on market availability)
Chestnut and Squash Risotto, Spinach, Bosvean, Truffle Oil £10.50 (V;GF)
BloodOrange, Passion Fruit, Banana, Pickled Ginger, Pomegranate, Coconut Shavings, Nuts, Seeds £10.50 (V;GF)
Sides all at £3 (V)
Freshly Baked Breads and Butter
Herb Buttered Baby Potatoes
White Chocolate and Clementine Parfait, Citrus Salad, White Chocolate Soil £6 (V)
Egg Nog Burnt Custard Cream, Lebkuchen £6
Chestnut and Cranberry Torte, Mulled Plums, Sugared Almonds, Cranberry and Calvados Ice Cream £6 (V)
Three Scoops of Ice Cream or Sorbet with Biscotti £5 (V)
Cornish Cheeses, Frozen Grapes and Accompaniments £8 (V)
*Please ask a member of staff about our daily specials
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.