Thomas DaniellInfirmary Hill
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This former two-roomed pub has recently undergone much internal refurbishment, re-emerging as an eating and drinking house with strong emphasis on the former. On the fringe of the city centre up a steep hill and opposite the Lander monument, it has an L-shaped copper-topped bar on pavement level. Down a few steps is the separate restaurant area, which has original tiles on the floor. The décor is completed with interesting lighting, pictures and reliefs on the walls, and a stag's head Falmouth/Helston direction buses stop opposite; other services are from the bus station (10 min walk down the hill). Beer is pretty expensive.