The Governors Hall Restaurant
Searching for a truly unique dining experience? Look no further than The Governors Hall Restaurant. Set in the heart of Cornwall, this 18th-century jail has been converted into a popular tourist attraction and offers a valuable insight into the social history of the county. The Governor’s Hall Restaurant, with its high vaulted ceilings and leaded windows is an impressive space. A regular schedule of events – including murder mystery dinners – draws guests from far and wide. At lunchtime, the menu consists of freshly made sandwiches and spicy fajitas and a small diners' menu for younger visitors. If you’re looking for something heartier, peruse the all-day menu; with land dishes such as slow-cooked mutton and ox cheek pie, vegetarian plates and scrumptious seafood, a trip to the Governor’s Hall is the perfect way to end a day of sightseeing.