The Prince of Wales
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
To the passer by, The Prince of Wales is a pub like any other, but if you venture inside (and you really should) you will find a stylish dining room, with dark flagstone floors, gleaming mirrors and leather chairs. We visited in the evening and, after enjoying a pre-dinner drink and a game of darts in the bar area, were shown to our table. To start I chose the Thai fishcakes, served with a sweet, tangy coconut and lime relish, while my guest chose the eggs Benedict, topped with Hollandaise sauce and crispy Parma ham. I followed that with grilled fillet of sea bass, accompanied by fresh Cornish crab mash and an avocado, lime and dill salsa, while my companion tucked into pork fillet stuffed with homemade black pudding, served with a port and thyme jus and seasonal vegetables. We were determined to find room for dessert, so ordered a sticky toffee pudding to share. It arrived in a pool of wonderfully gooey caramel sauce, with a dollop of clotted cream, and we fought over every spoonful.
Every Sunday from noon, The Prince of Wales serves a Sunday carvery, using only the finest West Country meat and an array of fresh vegetables. Wednesday is curry night, with Indian and Thai curries prepared from scratch using authentic spices and delicious sauces. If you haven't yet discovered this wonderful little pub, make plans to visit as soon as you can. Whether it be for a pint of ale and a game of darts, or a delicious dinner in the restaurant, The Prince of Wales hits the bull's eye every time.