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  • Pandora Inn, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth, Cornwall
    Pandora Inn, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth,...
    by Ash59
  • Pandora Inn, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth, Cornwall
    Pandora Inn, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth,...
    by Ash59
  • Pandora Inn, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth, Cornwall
    Pandora Inn, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth,...
    by Ash59

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    Pandora Inn, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth, Cornwall

    by Ash59 Updated Nov 14, 2003

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    As well as being accessable by car, you can also arrive a this palce by boat. This picture was taken from a floating pontoon/pier that extends out into the creek, giving mooring to any passerby that may wish to partake in this pubs fare.

    I should imagine that during the summer months, this would be a popular spot as the pontoon also has tables and chairs that you can use when imbibing a drink or two to cool the fevered brow.

    Favorite Dish: While we were here, there were a couple of local kids fishing for crabs off the end of the pontoon with home made fishing tackle. It comprised of a wooden reel, a cloths line and a persil washing bag filled with bacon, that they had "borrowed" off their mum!

    It worked quite well, they just dropped the bag over the end for a couple of minutes, the crabs would try to get the bacon and get their claws trapped in the mesh of the bag, just to dragged up to the surface and dropped into a bucket.

    The kids said that one day they had fished for 7 hours and ended up with about 250 crabs in 4 buckets. A tale that was backed up by the landlord of the pub so I suppose it must be true. The crabs are not edible and the kids put them back at the end of the day, jsut so they can do it all again the next day. What an idylic life they must have!

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    Pandora Inn, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth, Cornwall

    by Ash59 Updated Nov 14, 2003

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    This absolutely delightful Inn sits on Restronguet Creek, just off the River Fal. The food I can highly recomend, even if it is a bit of a drive to get here.

    Favorite Dish: Jam roly-poly and clotted cream. 3 huge pieces and the roly-poly is correctly made out of suet instead of the more normal cake mixture. Loads of jam that mixes well with the clotted cream, even if it is a bit of a sweet mixture!

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    Pandora Inn, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth, Cornwall

    by Ash59 Updated Nov 14, 2003

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    Inside the pub, the several rambling, interconnecting rooms have low wooden ceilings (mind your head on some of the beams), beautifully polished big flagstones, cosy alcoves with leatherette benches built into the walls, a kitchen range, and a log fire in a high hearth (to protect it against tidal floods).

    As well as the pub area, there is also a restauarant upastairs. I am told that the food is the same in the restaurant as the pub, it just a more formal dinninga area.

    Favorite Dish: Opening times:

    Pub:

    Monday - Saturday 11am - 11pm
    Sunday 12noon - 10.30pm

    Restaurant:

    Winter: 7pm - 9.30pm
    Summer: 7pm - 10pm

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