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Hotel Penzance
Briton's Hill
Penzance
Cornwall

TR18 8AE | View map

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Hotel of the Year 2006 and Restaurant of the Year 2006, 2007 and 2008 at the Cornwall Tourism Awards, Hotel Penzance has quality accommodation, superb food and sea views. Hotel Penzance provides rooms and breakfast, as well a full restaurant and bar service. The hotel overlooks Mounts Bay and Penzance Harbour and offers a superb base for exploring West Cornwall.

Located between the rugged cliffs of Land's End and the golden beaches and galleries of St. Ives, Hotel Penzance take care to provide everything you need. Service is attentive, including help with planning your day, arranging tickets, picnic baskets or future reservations.

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Nearest Train Station: Penzance
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Number of Rooms: 24
Number Ensuite: 24
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Restaurant

Name: The Bay Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern World - Fish a speciality
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access - with assistance
Children Welcome
Open All Year
Swimming Pool
TV in Rooms
Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:

SOUP
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Soup of the Day 4.75

STARTERS
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Pan fried south coast Scallops with a soft herb and green tea noodle salad,
Roasted sweet pepper, chilli and prawn oil dressing 7.95

Pickled fillets of Sea Bass, herb and olive oil couscous, Italian styled
marinated wild mushrooms 7.95

Pressed ham hock and mustard terrine, sauce gribiche and courgette salad 5.95

Mediterranean fish soup with rouille, garlic croutons and parmesan 6.95

Twice baked walnut and thyme soufflé, rocker salad with sweet and 6.95
sour cherry tomatoes

MAIN COURSE
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THE SEA
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Grilled filets of local line caught mackerel, compote of beetroot, baby brown shrimps and cucumner 16.50

Pan fried Monkfish with pancetta and braised chicory, orange 16.95
and cardamon reduction











THE LAND
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Pan fried Breast of Gressingham Duck, red onion caramel and chicken
liver filo pastry parcel, fondant potato in a roasted garlic and juniper
cream sauce 15.95

Roast chump chop of west country Lamb, with Cornish Yarg gnocchi
and buttered baby vegetable, mint and honey pesto 16.25

Char grilled fillet of Cornish Beef, crushed canellini beans, herb and pistachio crust
And a port wine jus 17.50



THE GARDEN
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Sesame Roasted Tofu with tempura vegetables and spiced peanut sauce 12.95

Caramel vegetable and puff pastry tart, red pepper and star anaise coulis 12.95

All main meals are served with chef’s selection of market fresh vegetables & potatoes
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DESSERT
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White chocolate and star anise crème brulee with spiced
red plums and cumin shortbread 5.50

Chardonnay mousse, apricot coulis and brandy snap 5.50

Baked maple syrup tart with Cardamon ice cream 5.50

Warm chocolate truffle pudding with chocolate sauce & clotted cream 5.50

Selection of Cornish dairy ice cream with Florentine 4.50

Farm house Cornish cheese selection with oat biscuits & fruit 6.50

Coffee or tea 2.50






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