On the ground floor of St Mary's Hall Hotel you will find The Hall Restaurant. A contemporary dining space that prides itself on offering high quality food and smooth service. 

The Hall is a newly refurbished restaurant & bar specialising in slow-reared, dry-aged meats cooked on an American-style broiler grill. Also serving fresh local seafood, daily specials, vegetarian/vegan dishes, local beers & spirits, classic cocktails and a great choice of wine. Join us for afternoon drinks in our secluded garden or for an evening meal in one of our dining rooms. 

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Opening Times

2024 (1 Mar 2024 - 31 Oct 2024)

* May-October 2021, Garden Drinks 2-5pm, Dinner 6-9pm.

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Church Street, Hugh Town, St. Mary's, Isles of Scilly, TR21 0JR

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