A relatively small but quirky bistro, steeped in local history with an unobstructed view of Penzance Harbour and St Michael’s Mount. As their name suggests, the building was used to house the lifeboat for some twenty years to 1907. The bistro has worked with the RNLI to include various artefacts and photos to acknowledge this history.
As a reflection of their location, their menu is predominantly seafood. A new menu is launching shortly with daily specials in addition to the standard menu.
Wharf Road, Penzance, TR18 4AA, Tel: 01736 369 409 www.oldlifeboathousebistro.com