Thursday – Sunday 12pm – 2pm
Monday - Sunday 6.30pm – 9.30pm
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
- Families and Children Welcome
About St Petroc's Bistro, Padstow
From our 28 day dry-aged aged Chateaubriand to our Devon Ruby Red steaks, choosing something from the grill is a must when you visit St Petroc’s Bistro. Enjoy drinks in our cosy snug bar, our relaxed lounge or dine in our pretty garden courtyard. Dogs are welcome outside and in the bar.
So lovely to have a really nice meal support charity with lovely ambience. Secretly I’m back again in the next 2 weeks Ssh! But can’t wait for next year too
Just a lovely place, really relaxing lovely ambience, and we were able to take the dog! How good was that.
The staff were friendly, helpful and efficient . Delicious food and a really cosy, unpretentious restaurant. We will definitely return as soon as we can.
Having had one or two less satisfactory experiences at the Bistro in recent times, this was a real return to form. Excellent in all respects.
a cold wet day and an anniversary to celebrate, St Petrocs was a comforting destination and we were well looked after. It was a bit crampt and maybe our table was in a draughty place, which did detract from the enjoyment somewhat. The service was very good and the cost was within our expectations. The menu was a bit on the meagre side but the food was fine. The courses came rather slowly and we waited some time for the deserts.
A very enjoyable meal & very pleasant staff Thank you
Great Charity lunch
The food was lovely but both starter and main were cold which was very disappointing
Another perfect lunch, beautifully cooked and presented, really excellent. We'll be back in December!!
We have been a few times and we always look forward to it. We have our dog Violet and St Petroc's are always so accommodating to her, which is important to us. The food was lovely as always, my wifes ribeye steak was fantastic and so was my dads Hake. My mum and I had the crab, which was also lovely, but a criticism here was the crab was far to small for the meal and also for the cost and speaking for myself, I left the restaurant still hungry
Wonderful idea to have a charity menu and a cause
Excellent food and experience.Good value and a real treat
Six of us, sitting in the Snug Bar, had the charity lunch menu. The starters of fish soup, grilled sardines and terrine were all very well made and flavoursome. Similarly the puddings we ordered, chocolate pave, sticky toffee pudding were also very good. Main courses were less successful. The black pudding with my chicken was too crispy for my taste, porcine with the linguine were described as ‘rather gritty’. As this was a set menu at a bargain price it did not fail on the value for money test but I would have not been happy paying the normal full price charge. Service was a little lackadaisical, some mains arrived very much after others, I had to go in search of staff in order to get our bill and then again in order to pay it! Perhaps because we were in a separate room we were forgotten but this should not have been the case. I would probably visit again but would be very cautious where we sat and what we ordered. A shame as the menu sounded very promising.
What a lovely place to spend an afternoon, everything was super
The food was first class absolutely delicious.
Great meal for two.
Overall a very good experience
Fabulous food and staff faultless xx
A charity lunch. Excellent quality and value and supporting a good cause at the same time. As always top quality good in a nice informal environment.
Super lunch and great value.
We all expected to have at least one vegetable other than potato with the main course & those that had new potatoes only had 3 very small ones, definitely not a mans portion. If we had not had dessert the men in our party would not have be full.
A very average food experience.