SquareMeal Review of
The Tinner's Arms
Don’t worry if you leave your mobile phone in the car when you arrive at The Tinner’s Arms as there is no signal in this unspoilt 13th-century inn. Built to accommodate the stonemasons working on
the historic church next door, there is a time-stood-still quality to the place thanks to landlords Grahame Edwards and Richard Motley. No TVs, music or fruit machines disturb the peace as punters
sit back with pints of local ale or cider and escape the stresses of modern life. The food is simple, honest and home-cooked – local venison haunch steak with spring greens, mashed potato and
beetroot sauce or pan-fried sea bass fillet with salad and chips are typical evening main courses, while lunches could be as simple as a home-cooked ham ploughman’s or a Newlyn crab sandwich.