Our menus are designed to exploit local produce as well as satisfy the palates of weary travellers and locals. We aim to showcase that produce in heart-warming, healthy, balanced dishes that will appeal to all tastes and diets. We change our regular menus with the seasons, we change our specials with what’s available on the markets, if you want to be more sure being able to order the special then book early into the service. However, specials are what they say on the tin and when they are gone, they are gone.
Every day we receive a fresh order of fish (or sea food) caught overnight off Cornwall. Its on your plate by lunch time. Our Head-Chef uses his knowledge and experience to take the best seasonal offer from the boat to your plate in the most delicious way possible. Check the chalk-board and our TWITTER feed to see what has come off the boat today. .
Themed menu events – On top of the Christmas, Easter, Mothering Sunday specials you’ll notice special events pop up from time to time eg: Burns Night Suppers, French Gastro Weeks, Italian Menu weeks, Middle Eastern & North African Menu Weeks. So you don’t miss out sign up below.
Below you’ll find our current seasonal winter menus and special event menus as they become available. Swipe between menus or use the arrow at the bottom of the PDF. Large groups should pre-order.
We don’t charge a service charge as we are a pub. We always try to provide a relaxed table service when we can. But please remember we are STILL a pub & can get busy without warning. Find a table & tell us where you are. You may have collect your own cutlery or order courses at the bar during these times. We prepare all of our dishes from fresh ingredients. We always try our best! If you are in a rush please pre-order by email or phone.
Fair Warning! Sundays are not a good day to be in a rush at The Maltsters. Please don’t be a “Rudey Dudey” we love our staff & will not tolerate any form of rudeness shown toward them.
“Rudeness is the weak person’s version of strength” – Eric HofferJunior-Foodie-menu