Marazion could have been made for those of you who appreciate hearty, unpretentious pub food along with a good pint of Cast Marque ale, and if you fancy all that in a warm and welcoming environment than look no further than The Fire Engine. Just a short walk from the Town Hall, the pub is blessed with a stunning location overlooking St Michael’s Mount and the sea from both the bar and the beautiful beer garden. What else could you ask for?
Entering the snug, rustic rooms you can instantly tell that The Fire Engine and its staff have dedicated themselves to the Cornish tradition of hospitality and composure and if it hasn’t already, sitting amidst the local Marazion residents and listening to their chats and laughs, this laid-back way of life will take your heart by storm.
Fortunately, The Fire Engine’s dedication to providing the perfect environment for this heartfelt atmosphere continues in the careful preparation of great traditional pub food. Whatever your taste, the menu leaves nothing to be desired and using hand-picked ingredients from regional produce only, The Fire Engine displays a fresh approach to all the well-known classics we all treasure.
So whenever you choose to drop by, be it for a piece of cake after a morning stroll on the beach, a light lunch, relaxing afternoon tea or an evening meal, you are guaranteed to be treated with amazing food and breathtaking views alike.