The Fort (Newquay) Reviews
Newest Review: ... around £7.50. I would compare the pub to a Brewers Fare or Greene King, the menu is quite large and they also have a large specials board which contains a lot of fresh seafood. The Fort boasts where possible, the try and use locally grown or sourced ingredients. When it comes to food, I am not too extravagant, on the three times I visited; I had scampi, lasagne and chicken topped with bacon and cheese. All were priced from £6 to £8. Whilst the children's menu had all the normal products on like sausage and chips, chicken nuggets etc, you could also pick most of the main meals for a child and pay around £5. The food was served promptly ... more
Customer The Fort (Newquay) Reviews (3)
by - written on 28/01/12, updated on 01/07/12 (Useful, 30 readings)
I have been visiting Newquay for the last 10 years with my partner however the first time we went with my daughter (she was nearly 3 at the time), I had absolutely no idea of where to go for a family meal and drink however the lady at my hotel recommended The Fort which is based on Fore Street. The Fort is located on Fore Street, which is quite a quiet road in Newquay. Depending on which side of Newquay you are staying, it can be a bit of a walk (especially if you have little ones that aren't in buggies anymore). The Fort overlooks the harbour and at the time we first visited, we were staying near Porth so it did take about 25 minutes to get there on foot. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Visiting Newquay recently we felt it only right we tried out a number of pubs! By far, my favourite was The Fort Inn. Located on Fore street, it's just off the main drag of the town and over looks the beach, with amazing views. The look of the place is smart if a little formal for a pub. I think the emphasis here is definately on the food. The tables are arranged well, the place gets busy but they haven't gone for the 'cram as many people' in as we can trick. The place is big anyway and the tables are a generous size with comfortable big leather chairs. Although I think it's more geared up for the food and family market, you're not made to feel ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/00, updated on 28/07/00 (Very useful, 49 readings)
The Fort pub is in the centre of Newquay, and I have experienced probably some of the best meals I've ever had there! Firstly, the service is excellent. On one occasion, my partner had gone to the bar to order our meals whilst I remained at the table. While he was still at the bar, getting the drinks, our food arrived at the table, looking wonderful. It is a large pub, but still very cosy. It is split into different sections - there are cosy dark areas with leather chairs, and various stuffed animals (which I didn't like very much!) on the walls, there is the bar, and the main eating area, and there is a large outside area with picnic table ... Read the complete review
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