Packet Station4 The Moor
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Opened in March 2003 on the site of an old indoor market, this is an individualistic Wetherspoons designed from scratch rather than using pre-existing premises. The inside is vaguely reminiscent of the interior of an ocean liner, with curving staircase up to the upper deck, where there is a second bar and a bay window like a ship's bridge overlooking the bustle of The Moor. Signage is in both Cornish and English. The standard JDW selection of real ales is offered, plus ever-varying guest beers which usually include a brew or two from Cornish breweries; there may be an extra guest beer on the upstairs bar only - worth checking. Real cider is also available on handpump. Food all day (1100-2200). Outside drinking is on a small area outside the door, right beside the bus terminus.