Tresco’s local, offering award-winning food and drink just a stone’s throw from New Grimsby quay...
Enjoy the food from our AA rosette kitchen, relax in an armchair with a coffee, prop up the Driftwood Bar with the locals, enjoy occasional live music or simply grab an ice cream and soak up the summer sun in the beer garden.
The New Inn has been awarded an AA rosette for food excellence, four Yellow Stars and a Gold Star from the AA for quality and service, and is one of only a handful of Cornish pubs to be listed in the Michelin ‘Eating Out In Pubs’ guide.
Chef Sarah and her team have devised a menu that showcases the best of land and sea, changing regularly to make use of the finest seasonal produce from across the islands and the westcountry.
Expect to find juicy Bryher lobster and crab, succulent Tresco Beef burgers, meaty fish landed just across the water in Cornwall, and fresh vegetables from Tresco Abbey Garden.
Oh – and whether it’s Mother’s Day, the first crop of island asparagus, a fresh delivery of Tresco Beef, or even American Thanksgiving, Sarah loves nothing more than getting creative with a special menu.
It may prove difficult to leave. The traditional bar is packed with nautical memorabilia…lounges have a friendly, bustling ambienceMichelin ‘Eating Out in Pubs’ Guide
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