We are reopening our doors on the 4th of July and we can’t wait to give you a warm welcome back whilst continuing to provide our Pub Grub takeaway and delivery service.
During lock down, we have adapted our business to add a new addition to the Inn Cornwall family and launched Pub Grub Takeaway and Delivery. The team rose to the challenge and supported thousands of people in their communities. Our kitchens have remained operational throughout and our teams have completed additional safety and hygiene training. We have also used this time to carry out improvements and renovations within our pubs.
As we reopen, we have implemented guidance to ensure you have a safe experience. Clear signage will be displayed throughout the restaurant with relevant information to guide you. Please follow the signs, respect the space of others, avoid congregating at the bars and use the hand sanitiser provided. We are also required by government to request your contact details to support with NHS Test and trace. You are now able to choose how you would prefer to order to your table, either online or in person with our team.
Our staff are always at hand to put you at ease. Please respect their space and guidance to ensure that you experience excellent service in a safe and friendly manner.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS…….
Will you carry on providing takeaway and delivery?
Pub Grub Takeaway and Delivery is here to stay! We will continue to operate Takeaway and Delivery alongside serving guests inside our pubs.
Call the pub for your doorstep grub 01872 309348 or order online:
Do I have to book?
You don’t have to book in advance, but it is advisable to avoid disappointment.
You can book on 01872 864241
Will your opening times be changing?
We will be operating full opening times
Open for breakfast from 7.30am
Food service until 9pm
Close at 11pm (each venue & weekends may differ)
How do I leave my contact details?
The government guidance upon reopening is that we assist with NHS test and trace by keeping temporary records of guests visiting, for 21 days. If booking a table, this information will be taken on the phone. If ordering via the app, details are taken with payment. Otherwise, you can either email or leave your details with a team member:
Will the carvery still be available?
At Threemilestone The carvery will be available between 12pm-2pm – 5:30pm and 8pm, You can select what you would like but the changes mean we shall serve it for you from behind the counter.
At The Victoria Inn, Roche the carvery is available all day Sunday from 11.45am
The Norway Inn, will be providing a plated roast for the time being.
Can I come just for a drink?
Definitely, but you will need to be seated at a table. Please avoid congregating at the bar.
How will I order?
You will have the option to order in which ever way is easiest for you:
How can I pay?
We are encouraging guests to use contactless payment via card where possible. Payment can also be made at checkout when ordering online to your table.
Will the toilets be open?
Our toilet facilities will be open. High levels of cleanliness will be maintained.
Remain alert in confined spaces.
Will there be any live music?
At the moment the guidance doesn’t allow for live music to take place. This is under constant review.
What about the quiz?
Guests will be encouraged to book in advance for our big fun quiz evenings. Dates to be released soon.
We have designated managers on hand so please ask to speak to them should you have any concerns during your visit.