Dining at the Pandora is a real treat. Not only is food served all day, but you have lots of choices where to eat it too! Inside, the ground floor of the pub meanders through a series of rooms where cosy nooks and corners provide plenty of secluded areas for you to dine. Outside on warmer days you can eat at tables overlooking the waterâ€™s edge, or dine 'on the water' itself â€“ seated on our popular pontoon.
Back inside, the Upper Deck dining room is a beautiful vaulted space that can accommodate larger groups
In the summer months, Cornish cream teas are served every afternoon on the pontoon or in the bar.
Wherever possible, chef Tom Milby sources our ingredients from Cornish farmers and fishermen. To make the most of the carefully selected produce, your food is cooked to order and may sometimes take a little longer to be served. We always do our best to serve you as quickly and efficiently as we can.
Click here to see our main menu
Click here to see our malt whiskies and desserts
Click here for our wine list
Our regular suppliers include:
Dairy Products: A.E. Rodda and Son Ltd, Redruth
Lillie Brothers: Ltd, Falmouth
Meat: RJ Trevarthan, Roskrow. Brian Etherington Meats, Redruth
Fish: Matthew Stevens and Son, St Ives. Wings of St Mawes, St Mawes
Fruit & Vegetables: Westcountry Fruit & Veg, Budock
Dry Goods: Peninsula Foods, Redruth. W.G. Chaffin and Co. Ltd, Redruth
Chef Tom Milby is passionate about using fresh local produce. Tom knows the
area like the back of his hand and sources the freshest fish, meat and
vegetables from local fishermen, farmers, growers and friends.
"If a friend has a veg plot full of great produce - I'm interested!" he
"We live in an area that has a fantastic range of quality local produce.
ItÂ means I can use the freshest ingredients to produce great seasonal dishes
â€“ and we are supporting the local economy at the same time."
"What can be better than buying fish and shellfish off the boat as they land
it on the Pandora's own pontoon? Now that's really fresh and local!"