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to the 2024 edition of Foodie from Cornwall Living!

This year has already been full of foodie highlights, kicking off in our home village with the Porthleven Food Festival. The chef's stage saw some great cooking action headed up by Jude Kereama –turn to page 8 for some tasty grilling ideas, including a delicious recipe from the chef patron of Kota and Kota Kai... and that's just the start of many pages of food to tempt your tastebuds. You'll find waterside eateries aplenty, serving fresh seafood landed from local waters; gastropubs offering that perfect partnership of a warm welcome and hearty fayre; a host of Cornish tipples brewed right here in the county; and if you want to hone your own cooking skills, then turn to page 37 to discover Philleigh Way Cookery School, whose courses can help you to create some culinary masterpieces at home.

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Contents 8 Grilled to perfection at Kota Kai 14 Five of the best on the Atlantic Coast 16 Dining at its finest at The Nare 22 Nourish at St Michaels Resort 30 Five of the best pubs and grub 32 Small batch beer from Bluntrock Brewery 38 Taste of the day at St Moritz Hotel 40 Five of the best cafés
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Georgina Young, Brewing Director at St Austell Brewery, gives us her recommendations on some perfect food pairings.

If you’re looking for something different to try with dinner, you may already be asking yourself the age-old question ‘red or white?’.

However, says Georgina: “I can safely say St Austell’s IPA, Proper Job, should be what you’re reaching for!”

Whilst it may not be the obvious choice to opt for a pint over a glass of wine with a meal, Georgina explains that there’s something special that a beer can add which some wines just cannot rival. “Proper Job cuts through fats, complements the punchier flavours of a dish and contrasts to wake up the senses and ignite flavours you might not otherwise have recognised,” she explains. “Due to its large hop load, the beer will clear and refresh a palate with ease for rich and creamy dishes, working brilliantly with favourites like mac and cheese or deep-fried camembert!

“It also complements roasted garlic, sweet onions, rosemary, thyme, sage and citrus peel, and its bitterness will even help to balance salt in dishes. Sip a glass with miso and chilli glazed aubergine, which harmonise with the tropical

pineapple and grapefruit flavours that Proper Job brings to the table, and serve it with sticky coconut rice, bok choy and roasted tender stem broccoli. Garnish with toasted sesame seeds, fierce chillies and sweet pomegranate and you have a culinary pairing that promises to deliver a burst of flavour with every mouthful.”

This punchy IPA pairs with favourites from the summer grill, too. As Georgina explains: “It contrasts with a range of smoky barbeque flavours like ribs, crispy chilli cauliflower or chicken wings and, if you’re in the mood for a south-east Asian curry, it’ll help to ease those punchy flavours, too. Proper Job is brewed to stand up to some big flavours, both savoury and sweet, in fact it will easily boost sweet treats like a juicy carrot cake, too!”


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HAVEN A hidden

Elevate your beachside stay by indulging in a culinary experience surrounded by a coastal panorama.

Set amid the dunes of St Ives Bay, offering a family-friendly haven by the sea is Coast Kitchen-Bar-Terrace. Owned in conjunction with Beachside Holiday Park, but open to non-residents, Coast makes for the perfect place to visit with the whole family. Enjoy a menu of traditional classics like hearty burgers, fish and chips and piping hot Sunday carveries alongside a new menu of fusion tapas. Taking inspiration from Asia, Europe and South America, there is also plenty on offer for vegetarians and vegans visiting the coastal hub. Enjoy regular themed nights in front of unrivalled panoramic views of St Ives Bay. Make sure to book ahead on the next themed night to be announced on social media or simply book in for a special occasion. For any celebration, we can’t think of anywhere more unique to spend the evening than in the warm embrace of this beachside eatery as the sun sets on the horizon. Alternatively, book in for a delicious Sunday carvery with your loved ones or make the most

of Senior Lunch Club on Fridays between 12pm and 3pm where selected dishes are only £10.95 for over 65s.

Not only does the sea-view restaurant feature a suntrap terrace and well-stocked bar but a friendly atmosphere with a range of facilities. Bring the whole family and let the little ones run wild in the under-five’s soft play area which is free to use while you enjoy the culinary offerings in the restaurant, from cake and coffee to hearty replenishing meals. Whether you’re staying just a stone’s throw away at Beachside Holiday Park or you’re planning a special trip to Coast, the delicious menu and stunning views will make the visit more than worthwhile.


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Elevate your al-fresco dining this BBQ season with the fresh taste of lamb.

Owner of Porthleven-based restaurants

Kota and Kota Kai, Jude Kereama knows a thing or two about flavour.

Being half Chinese/Malay and half Mãori, cooking on fire is perfect for the Asian dishes that he’s heavily influenced by. Jude has recently introduced a Josper grill into his kitchens so that he can bring that heavenly smoky flavour you get from cooking over a BBQ to his new summer menus.

“This summer, will see a plethora of grilled items coming on such as lobster, whole fish, squid, octopus, and a hot-grilled seafood plate... mackerel will be fantastic on it too. We’ll also be serving hot-grilled peaches and apricots with vanilla ice cream and raspberries that will surely be a hit in the summer weather,” says Jude. If you’ve not visited Kota Kai since its extensive refurb then we highly recommend a visit to sample both the new menus and some exciting new cocktails, as a result of an exciting collaboration with Chris Jarrett, aka the Bearded Barman. While over at Kai, Chef Ross Sloan’s seven-course tasting menu is receiving wide acclaim.


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“I love eating lamb but especially when they are a little older and tastier. To be honest I prefer hogget which is a sheep which is one to two years old. A good way to serve BBQ lamb is with this recipe of peperonata which is sweet with slow/ medium cooked peppers, tomatoes and onions with a punch of herbs from the salsa verde and splash of vinegar to cut through the lamb fat. The anchovies in the sauce are a perfect marriage with the lamb. Pan frying the lamb is also fine as an alternative.”



1 To make the marinade, mix all the ingredients together in a bowl. A few hours before grilling, coat the chops thoroughly in the marinade.

2 To make the salsa verde, first put the olive oil and the herbs in a jug blender and blitz until smooth. Stir in all the other ingredients and season with salt and pepper.

3 To make the peperonata, first heat the olive oil in a thick-bottomed or cast-iron pan over a medium heat, then add the sliced garlic and cook until just going golden. Then add the peppers and onions and cook until softened and starting to colour slightly.



For the Lamb:

4 Add the passata and tomato purée and cook until the tomatoes have reduced. Finally, season with the sugar, salt, pepper and vinegar.

5 When you are ready to grill, season the chops and then cook on each side on a high heat until brown and caramelised. About 4 minutes on each side will make them medium rare. Allow to rest for at least 10 minutes.

6 To serve, warm the peperonata if necessary, then spoon into the middle of each plate and place the lamb chops on top. Drizzle all over with the salsa verde. If you fancy making it more substantial, serve with rosemary roast potatoes and a rocket salad.

12 lamb chops if you are quite good eaters (3 each!)

6 cloves garlic minced

5 stems rosemary picked and chopped

Zest of 1 lemon

150ml olive oil

For the Salsa Verde:

80g basil, picked

80g flat-leaf parsley, picked

100ml extra virgin olive oil

1 clove garlic, minced

1 tbsp capers, chopped

2 tbsp gherkin, chopped

4 anchovies, chopped

1 tsp Dijon mustard

2 tsp white wine vinegar

1/2 lemon, zest and juice

For the Peperonata:

200ml extra virgin olive oil

6 cloves garlic, sliced

5 red peppers, sliced

5 yellow peppers, sliced

2 medium white onions, sliced

250ml passata

3 tbsp tomato purée

3 tbsp caster sugar

3 tbsp red wine vinegar

Sea salt and pepper


Laid-back seaside dining at The Welloe.


The first thing you’ll notice about The Welloe is its spectacular position overlooking Praa Sands beach; you are literally just a few steps away from the sand here and on a calm summer’s day, when the waves lap the shore and a gentle breeze cools sun-kissed skin, you would be forgiven for thinking you were by the Med. When you’ve managed to draw yourself away from that view, friendly bar staff are on hand to take your order. The bar is fully stocked with plenty of local tipples and a tempting cocktail menu – there’s nothing quite like sipping a Welloe mojito on the sun-soaked terrace as the sun dips.

Whether you dine alfresco, or in the airy indoor space, there’s something for everyone on The Welloe’s purse-friendly menu. From breakfast, through lunch and on into dinner, delicious plates are delivered to expectant diners. Choose from family favourite fish dishes, mussel bowls and succulent burgers or opt for what are in our opinion some of the finest pizzas this side of Italy! Baked to order using homemade dough and topped with local ingredients, a Welloe pizza is


The Welloe is open Sunday to Thursday 9am to 10pm and Friday to Saturday 9am until late. Breakfast is served from 9am to 11:15am with the main and pizza menu from 12 noon to 8pm.

a thing of beauty. Children’s pizzas are available from just £7 and don’t forget to look out for the specials board which changes weekly.

Everything on the menu is available to eat in or take away and if you require gluten-free or vegan substitutes, the team just need to know when you place your order. With a host of events taking place throughout the year, from chilled sundowner sessions to live bands The Welloe is the place to be!


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Connecting food producers to discerning diners at a wonderful neighbourhood pub.

The Rising Sun has garnered a loyal foodie following, lured in by Tom Hannon’s classic, sophisticated and creative à la carte menus and the prospect of dining in the warm and relaxed atmosphere of a welcoming neighbourhood pub. Tom’s menus are based on ethically and responsibly sourced local produce, focussing upon exciting flavour combinations. Alongside this high-quality and successful approach, Tom keeps the food offering up to date with constantly evolving bar snack menus, wine pairing dinners, small plates for the upcoming cocktails and cigar event, and seafood barbeque’s planned for the summer months.

Sometimes guests are looking for more than just a great meal out, they are looking for an experience out of the ordinary; a memory to cherish. At the Rising Sun they love creating events and experiences that are something special, especially when it can directly connect the passionate and knowledgeable producers to their discerning guests.

Their expansive bar snacks menu came into being due to customer demand and their desire to roll out the offerings from the successful (and often fully booked) restaurant to their bar customers. Imagine getting together with a bunch of friends

for a drink and the impulse to have a light meal takes hold – we’ve all been there. Well, now this desire can be satisfied, either in the pub area, or on balmy summer evenings in the courtyard garden. And what’s more, a lot of the elements of the bar snacks menu cleverly use ingredients that make up components of the à la carte dishes. This means there is no separate prep that in the past resulted in high-quality ingredients and dishes going to waste.

So, having seen how well this idea took off they have now extended it to Sundays too, when they offer a Sunday bar snacks menu featuring mouth-watering treats such as roast beef, yorkshire pudding, gravy and horseradish or truffled cauliflower cheese.

Keep an eye on their website for more innovations and watch out for their courtyard club line-up.


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Address: S Quay Hill, Newquay TR7 1HT Email: BAR 9am – 10pm * FOOD 9am – 9pm * NO BOOKINGS We are home to a gathering of local street food traders serving up fresh Cornish seafood and a varied selection of global fare. We also offer a delicious choice of sweet treats, ice creams and barista coffee from our fabulous desert traders.
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For a north coast culinary adventure, look no further... sip and savour some of Cornwall’s finest foodie fayre.



Cornwall’s luxury self-catering beach house collection, Three Mile Beach, has announced the reopening of crowd favourite gastro beach bar, Chomp, in time for the 2024 summer season alongside the launch of new two-bedroom beach shacks to join the lauded line-up. Providing a casual and characterful setting for visitors and locals alike, guests of Chomp can sip craft drinks and enjoy a selection of sharing dishes and innovative twists on longstanding favourites from Cornish mussels with nduja and saffron aioli to harissa and honey-glazed pork belly, seven days a week.




Salvaged and meticulously restored, the Little Boat Bar offers a unique and elegant addition to any event. Professional bartenders serve guests from a fully stocked cockpit, making it a perfect centrepiece for rustic country weddings or oceanside gatherings. Catering for intimate events up to 300 guests, the bar features Cornish produce from local cideries and distilleries, with freshly prepared cocktails. Tailored packages range from dry hire to full service, including local non-alcoholic options. With prices aligned with their pubs, this sustainable, Cornwall-based business ensures responsible waste disposal and has over a decade of local hospitality experience.




Sat in the heart of Perranporth, yards away from the beach, The Tywarnhayle Inn is a family and dog-friendly pub serving home-cooked food alongside Cornish ales, lagers, ciders and spirits, seven days a week. With food served from 10am to 9pm Monday to Saturday and Sunday 11:30am to 7pm, including breakfast from 10am to midday, it’s a must-visit whether you’re setting yourself up for the day, or winding down after one spent exploring. On sunny days, grab a table in the huge beer garden seek shade in one of the beach huts, or take a pew in the bright and spacious interior. Come rain or shine, you’ll always find a warm welcome at The Tywarnhayle Inn.




Family-run by Elsie and Connor, this fish and chip shop was voted one of the top ten in the UK within 12 months of opening. They pride themselves on serving the tastiest food, from sea and land, made with sustainably sourced produce. Located a minute’s walk from the Camel Trail, the food can be enjoyed in their modern restaurant situated in the beautiful market town of Wadebridge or by the water of the Camel Estuary.




Following on from the success of its first year by the beach in Rock, Porthilly Spirit Distillery have built on and refined their cocktail bar and tasting room. It now has tables and seating outside with spectacular views of the estuary in addition to a range of excellent tapas and local draft beer being added to the menu. You can pop in to taste their award-winning range of spirits or settle in for drinks and something to eat. Don’t miss out on cocktail-making Mixology Masterclasses on a Wednesday evening, tickets for which are available via their website.



Dining at ITS FINEST

You’ll find that exquisite British cuisine and fine wines are served in both of The Nare’s sea-view restaurants.

Dining at The Nare offers a truly memorable experience. Renowned for its fine dining, it has built a reputation over the years, with both of its restaurants recognised for their culinary excellence. As a seaside country house hotel, it specialises in seafood dishes, while the Cornish beef sourced from local farms is amongst the finest available.

The Dining Room boasts spectacular sea views on three sides and provides traditional five-course dining. The table d’hôte menu, which changes daily, features classic silver service with an exquisite hors d’oeuvres trolley, guéridon-served flambés, homemade puddings, and a renowned selection of West Country cheeses. Portloe lobster is a nightly feature, along with an array of seafood and other local produce, including generous servings of Cornish clotted cream.


Sunday Lunch at The Nare

The Nare’s Sunday Luncheon in the Dining Room is a very traditional affair. Guests are encouraged to arrive early for aperitifs and canapés in the cocktail lounge before being seated at an elegant sea-view table. The four-course menu begins with starters such as locally smoked salmon, soup of the day and a selection of hors d’oeuvres served from the trolley. The main course features a full roast with all the expected trimmings, including roasted and buttered new potatoes. The chef carves at the table, with fish and vegetarian options also available. The meal concludes with a choice of homemade desserts, ice creams, sorbets, and a flambé of the day, along with a selection of West Country cheeses and vintage ports. Coffee and petit fours complete this delectable lunch.

The Quarterdeck

The Quarterdeck, with its classic yachting decor, teak panelling, and large windows, offers a comfortable atmosphere for dining and relaxation. It’s an ideal spot to enjoy good food, good company, and stunning views over the Bay. It’s perfect for afternoon tea by the fire, wine tastings, bridge games, private family dining or a glass of single malt at the snug bar.

The Nare boasts an extensive wine cellar featuring classic and intriguing wines from around the world, selected and curated with the expertise of proprietor Toby Ashworth. The list includes some of the best wines from local vineyards, which thrive thanks to the subtropical climate of the south Cornish coast.

And being next to the sea means you can take a pre or post-dinner stroll along Carne Beach. And if you’re feeling slightly more adventurous continue along the sand to the connecting beach of Pendower; it’s worth the effort. The Nare really is something else, combining luxurious stays with fine dining, situated at one of the Roseland’s best beauty spots.

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Perched above the sea, Boscastle Farm Shop and Café is an exemplar of what a great business should be.

Surrounded by National Trust farmland and less than 50 yards from the coastal path, the idea of Boscastle Farm Shop originated from a passion for high-quality local produce and an appreciation for the natural beauty of the area. There is no better place to showcase this produce than in this stunning location, with breath-taking views from the shop and café.

For example, their beef comes exclusively from the Ruby Red pedigree herd, fed with farm-grown feed. It is then aged for a minimum of 21 days –come along and taste the difference for yourself.

The extensive cheese selection features some renowned Cornish artisans. Davidstow offers cheddars in Mature, Extra Mature Crackler, and Vintage Reserve. The Cornish Cheese Co. provides award-winning blue cheeses, and Curds & Croust offers Miss Wenna Cornish Brie and Nanny Florrie Goats Brie. Their counter also showcases semi-mature gouda from the Cornish Gouda Co, along with halloumi, Greek feta, and parmesan for a comprehensive cheese experience.

Traditional bakery goods and artisanal breads are sourced from the Electric Bakery and Malcolm Barnecutt, with daily offerings of bloomers

and baps. The iconic Cornish pasty, made with Red Ruby beef, Boscastle potatoes, and Davidstow Cheddar, is a highlight. Other pastry items include pies, sausage rolls, and quiches, all crafted by in-house bakers. Notably, the steak pasty, homemade sausages, 6oz beef burgers, and steak and ale pie have won gold at Taste of the West awards.

If you can’t make it to the shop then they have an online shop from which you can purchase a wide range of delicious homemade products as well as items from the butchery, the deli, fresh fruit and vegetables and all your grocery essentials.

Finally, there’s the café. If you’re out and about in the area, walking or taking a drive along the coastal road, then refuelling here will be a treat. Relax and enjoy the views from the cosy café whilst sampling freshly prepared delights such as their Farmer’s Lunch or homemade quiche.


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DINING Delightful

Enjoy classic pub food with a certain imaginative twist at The Plume of Feathers.

Situated in Mitchell’s quaint village centre, The Plume of Feathers is a 16th-century dining pub offering rooms; promising an unforgettable culinary journey.

Experience the rich tapestry of Cornwall’s flavours as Head Chef Andrew Dudley and his adept team celebrate the region’s culinary treasures by sourcing the finest seasonal ingredients from local suppliers, ensuring an unparalleled gastronomic journey.

Their menus are thoughtfully crafted to cater to diverse tastes and dietary requirements, offering an extensive array of options to tantalise every palate. Enhance your dining experience with their carefully curated selection of premium wines, authentic Cornish ales, and delightful non-alcoholic beverages, meticulously chosen to cater to discerning food enthusiasts. At the moment, you can indulge in their enticing Spring menu, boasting an array of fresh flavours such as succulent Boston-style pork belly, savoury chicken Katsu, and the very comforting butternut and hazelnut Rotolo.

So, begin your day with a delightful breakfast served from 7:30am to 11am, and indulge in their exquisite main menu available from midday to 9:30pm. Immerse yourself in the delightful aromas and flavours served at their restaurant, creating memories to cherish, before retiring to your room for a restorative night’s sleep, preparing for another day of exploration in the charming Duchy. Here you’ll discover why so many make this their choice of destination, as you escape the hustle and bustle of daily life, whether it’s relaxing on the pristine beaches or embarking on exhilarating hikes through Cornwall’s picturesque countryside.

Book your stay today and embark on a cosy and unforgettable adventure in the heart of Cornwall.


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Welcome to Nourish, where every bite, every interaction, and every detail is an invitation to savour the flavours of life.

Proudly Cornish in both aesthetic appeal and outlook, the luxurious Falmouth hotel, St Michaels Resort, has unveiled its new all-day dining restaurant, Nourish. Combining fresh, local ingredients, with bold and vibrant flavours, the sharing plates at Nourish celebrate the bounties of Cornwall’s land and sea, in a relaxed and sociable setting.

At Nourish, the mission is clear – to provide a sanctuary where guests can indulge in an array of culinary delights designed to nourish their heart, body, and soul. From a menu bursting with healthy, light, and locally sourced dishes to its laid-back atmosphere, every moment at Nourish is a celebration of food and community. A bustling café atmosphere by day it transitions seamlessly into a cool, contemporary, social, and relaxed bar restaurant by night, offering a convivial space for all occasions.


Fresh Flavours

The Nourish team works closely with local farmers, brewers and distillers to showcase the best of Cornish produce from both land and sea. Here provenance is king. The restaurant offers diners ‘Cornish tapas’, bringing together the best local ingredients in a shareable format. The dishes are bright as well as being healthy and balanced, offering plentiful options for a wide range of dietary requirements.

A wood-fired pizza oven adds a certain rustic charm to this laid-back restaurant, providing the opportunity to sample hand-made artisanal pizzas with a selection of toppings, for the ultimate comfort meal. The menu also showcases an abundance of shawarmas and vibrant salads created from the freshest seasonal produce, with a focus on plant-based goodness.


The bar team at St Michaels Resort has carefully curated a menu of local gins, beers and signature cocktails that showcase Cornish botanicals grown in the surrounding area. Their farm-toglass concept ensures that guests are always aware of the provenance of their drinks – one that traces the journey of Cornish ingredients from the fields to the glass.

Guests are welcome to indulge in an evening tipple, accompanied by artisanal snacks, such as Cornish cheeses, cured meats, and handcrafted crisps; or for a more immersive experience, the hotel organises interactive tasting sessions where guests can taste their way around the county via the restaurant’s gin flights and seasonal, signature cocktail menu.

If you’re looking for something a little different that carries with it a touch of sophistication this summer, then Nourish is the place for you.


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Enjoy menu packages that have been carefully crafted at the Salty Shed.

Since launching their new website in March, allowing customers to view menus and book made-to-order feasts, picnics, tarts, salads, and meal kits, Salty Shed have built a loyal following and are thrilled already to be receiving repeat orders. Working out of their Padstow kitchen space they’re enjoying the increase in pressure as the orders ramp up. With the arrival of sunny weather, excitement is palpable as people venture out to enjoy the Cornish coastline. Their picnic and BBQ packages have been really popular as they are perfect for taking to the beach for a totally hassle free and fabulous outdoor feast.

Unsurprisingly their menu packages, meticulously curated to create mouth-watering dishes, have received fantastic feedback. Each feast includes a variety of dishes such as colourful salads, dips, grilled marinated vegetables, and extras like seeded cracker crunch and herby aioli. Picnic packages offer a fun collection of finger foods including cheese and spinach pies, Thai watermelon wedges, Cornish charcuterie, pickles, Reuben sandwich fingers, and sweet treats like sour cream raspberry pots. The BBQ

package elevates simple sausages into a party with mega salads, aubergine caponata, smoky Gouda cheese straws, minty courgette tzatziki, egg yolk choc chunk cookies, and more.

They’ve also catered for bespoke events, such as a recent 50th birthday weekend, creating three unique evening meals for a houseful of guests. Tailoring menus to special events is one of their passions.

Despite spring’s challenges, keeping up with local food events and sourcing the best produce was exciting. It allowed them to be creative with available seasonal ingredients, such as wild garlic, sea purslane and gorse flowers. They are looking forward to a busy summer, working hard, making people happy with fantastic food, and seeing where this new venture takes them.



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Football Golf and Pitch & Put: Open Daily • 01326 653275 • For restaurant opening times, please visit our website: Based in Wendron, Cornwall, we’re a family run restaurant with a warm atmosphere, delicious food, and a wide selection of drinks. We invite you to join us for an unforgettable experience that feels just like home. WHEALDREAM One of Cornwall’s best Carverys every Sunday • EAT • PLAY • STAY • EXCELLENT COFFEE, BREAKFAST AND LUNCH. INCREDIBLE PATISSERIE AND CAKES. EVERYTHING HANDMADE ON SITE. A CULTURAL HUB FOR FALMOUTH WHERE THE LOCALS GO TO GATHER, CONNECT, WORK AND NETWORK Espressini espressini 39 KILLIGREW STREET, FALMOUTH, CORNWALL

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Enjoy brasserie favourites made with locally sourced, seasonal produce at The Lewinnick Lodge.

Located near to the bustling hub of Newquay, The Lewinnick Lodge sits atop the rugged rocks of Pentire Headland. Here, you can enjoy brasserie classics along with a superb array of local beers and ales whilst taking in the breath-taking sea view.

Get ready to taste the saltwater lifestyle, with a menu that celebrates the best of Cornish ingredients with a tasty contemporary twist. Their team of caterers run by Head Chef, Nick Lawrie, transform brasserie favourites into signature dishes with options for all. They also take great care when it comes to pairing them perfectly with a wide selection of locally-brewed ales, fine wines and cocktail classics.

Lewinnick Lodge is one of the county’s most popular foodie destinations, and it’s all thanks to their innovative menu. Sourcing ingredients from numerous renowned local suppliers, everything they do is about celebrating the flavours that are on the doorstep from both land and sea. In fact, they’re committed to serving seasonal dishes using quality ingredients, that are also great value

for money. Right now, you can enjoy their new Spring menu featuring fresh flavours such as moules frites, butternut squash orecchiette pasta and soy and miso roasted cod.

From the freshest catches to the best that local vineyards and breweries have to offer, prepare to set your taste buds on an exciting journey when you book your table today.

And for those prioritising rest and relaxation, an overnight stay is a must. The Lewinnick offers 17 bedrooms, many overlooking Fistral Beach and beyond. Each room is elegantly adorned, featuring indulgences like monsoon showers, freestanding baths, and emperor-sized beds, ensuring a homely and luxurious experience.


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DINING Sumptuous seaview

Experience the epitome of culinary excellence and seaside serenity at Zacry’s, where a heartfelt welcome awaits you amidst fine flavours and coastal relaxation.

Shining a light on provenance, place and perspective, Zacry’s has now settled into its new shorefront setting on the sea wall at Watergate Bay. Experience elegant horizon-view dining, alive with locally sourced ingredients that take centre stage on seasonal menus, all imaginatively showcased by their passionate kitchen teams. From locally-grown lion’s mane and shiitake tare mushrooms to the freshest dayboat Newlyn hake with Camel Valley brut sauce and Exmoor caviar you’ll find something to satisfy the most discerning palate. And for dessert? Experience the ginger smack of a Cornish fairing and salted lemon curd. Their three-course dinner menu delivers world-class dining with a Cornish spirit.

This summer, seize the opportunity to bask in the mesmerising panorama of the north Cornwall coastline as Zacry’s extends its hours for leisurely, unhurried lunches that seamlessly transition into indulgent afternoon delights. Picture yourself reclining on the deck, as you sip on refreshing drinks and savour plump oysters against the backdrop of the expansive beach below.

For those who prefer a more leisurely arrival, why not opt for a later visit? Immerse yourself in a sublime dining experience as the sun begins its slow descent, casting a radiant, golden sheen across the water. Watch as the sky transforms into a canvas of vivid pinks and oranges, painting a scene of unparalleled beauty that perfectly accompanies your culinary journey at Zacry’s.

And as if this isn’t tempting enough, Zacry’s have forged a fresh summer partnership with Cloudy Bay winemakers. Anticipate a pairing of succulent oysters with the iconic New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, accompanied by half a lobster, Russian salad, garlic-infused sea salt roasted heritage potatoes, and complemented by Pelorus Brut sparkling wine.


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AFTERNOON TEA at The Orangery

Flavours are inspired from the Nursery, neighbouring farms, and the turn of each season, adorned with all manner of fancies and moreish savouries.

Served every day from 2.30pm and must be booked at least 24 hours in advance.

To book: or call: 01208 872668.

Open 7 days a week

Tucked away in the picturesque hamlet of Trebellan near Cubert is a 16th Century dining pub well worth seeking out….

The Smugglers is more than just a pub, it is a dining experience with the emphasis on good food, drink, and service, where a warm welcome awaits all visitors to this stunning location. Discover for yourself a place that the locals know about, but don’t always tell you….

Open all day, every day from 11.30am with food served: Monday-Saturday: 12 noon - 2.30pm & 5:30 - 8:30pm


Trebellan • Cubert • Newquay TR85PY Tel: 01637 830209 • FOOD HYGIENE RATING 5


Pubs& Grub

Across Cornwall, you’ll always find a warm welcome, a glass of something cold to sip and plentiful platefuls of tasty treats.



If you’re exploring the village of Mullion, be sure to spend some time beneath the thatched roof of one of the Lizard Peninsula’s most iconic establishments. The Old Inn has been welcoming weary travellers since the 16th century and today offers guests five en-suite rooms in which to hang their hat, all of which include cosy and comfortable dogfriendly shelter. Downstairs, the chefs can be found preparing a menu of delicious meals, utilising local ingredients and catering to all dietary needs. There’s also a special menu for canine guests, securing the Old Inn Mullion’s spot as one of favourite foodie pubs.

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Mylor’s hidden location makes it the perfect spot for a creekside walk. The peace and tranquillity of the area means it’s a haven for wildlife, so ideal for nature lovers looking to stretch their legs. One of our favourites is to walk from Mylor Bridge, along Mylor Creek and then around to Restronguet Weir and back. This lovely circular walk always works up an appetite and so we can recommend refuelling at the Lemon Arms. Their daily specials board complements a menu of great pub classics, local ales on tap and a dog-friendly beer garden.




This restaurant’s ethos focuses on fresh, local, and sustainable seafood. Come and enjoy shellfish from the bay it overlooks or line-caught fish from Newlyn market, paired with interesting local Cornish beverages such as Knightor Winery Cuvée or Falmouth Loveday Gin, all whilst gazing out upon Swanpool Bay’s turquoise waters. The friendly service from the front-of-house team enhances the experience, making it a dining destination not to be missed.



Fancy a meal out? Want to share the experience with your furriest of friends? Then the Fox and Hounds at Comford has got it covered, with a specially designed canine menu to cater for your pooch’s culinary requirements! They have an extensive menu with seasonal specials for people too, so you and your dog can dine together. This includes Sunday carveries for both humans and hounds! Unsurprisingly, you’ll find a wide range of beverages at the bar, and to quench your dog’s thirst there’s doggie beer and even Pawsecco! Open seven days a week and offering food throughout the day from 12pm to 9pm, they really do take ‘dog friendly’ to a whole new level!




In the bustling town of Falmouth, Harbour Lights stands out as a charming, dog-friendly fish and chip restaurant with stunning harbour views. This local gem, a finalist in the 2023 National Fish & Chip Awards, is famed for its crispy battered Cornish fish and mouth-watering chips made from top-tier Cornish potatoes. Visitors and locals alike praise its dedication to sustainability. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or a leisurely meal with a view, Harbour Lights promises an unforgettable dining experience. It’s the perfect spot to enjoy delicious food and soak in the beautiful scenery.




From small beginnings, Bluntrock Brewery has gained much acclaim for its smallbatch, high quality beers, brewed just a few miles from the north Cornish coast.

Here you’ll find George and Hugo, a modern brewer and craft beer enthusiast who joined forces to open a nanobrewery and taproom, with the goal to share their passion for world class beer. Built out of second-hand shipping containers, the Taproom opened its doors in spring 2021 on the north Cornish coast, with brewing beginning the following winter. Serving their beers on-site affords Hugo and George complete control over the quality of their beers, giving a guarantee that the beer will always be in prime condition when it’s served.

Taking up the story Hugo explains, “We use modern brewing techniques, pure Cornish water from our borehole, traditional English malts, a range of English, European, American and New

Zealand hops, fresh liquid yeasts and a range of local fruits and plants in our special brews. All of these ingredients go to create the delicious and diverse beers that you can enjoy in our taproom. And soon enough you’ll be able to enjoy them further afield!”

Such has been the success of Bluntrock’s stable of beers that Hugo and George have just announced that they will be expanding into a new, state of the art brewery some ten times the size of their existing one, but literally just down the road. The new brewery will not only allow them to grow their incredible community, but to achieve new heights of innovation and quality in their brewing techniques. “The expansion, which has included investment in progressive technology, also helps us to continue to operate


in the most sustainable, inclusive and honest way possible. These progressive systems include CO2 recovery, solar power and an onsite bore hole, all of which pull us closer to net zero. It’s worth adding that we will be the very first brewery in Cornwall to have a CO2 recovery system installed. We are going to aim for a B-Corp certification within the first two years of our expansion, as well as working with Zevero, a leading carbon accounting firm, to monitor the carbon emissions of our supply chains, processes and finished beers.”

Two new brewers joined the team this spring, giving Bluntrock a combined brewing experience of over 20 years. Hazy pale ales, IPAs, unfiltered lagers and traditional cask ales will be made in the new brewery, while the smaller brewing kit on the Taproom site

will be reserved for monthly explorative special brews and recipe development. The vibrant container taproom in St Minver will continue to act as a place for the Bluntrock team to share their passion for fresh, diverse styles of beer, and also to continue to host its hugely popular live music events with a focus on jazz, blues and groovy vinyl nights. An exciting selection of street food trucks including local favourites Dank Franks, Fat Pepper and Sourdoughlicious will be back at the Taproom over the summer.

Here’s to a more sustainable brewing future, with a glass full of joy from Bluntrock Brewery!



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Introducing north Cornwall’s cool new dining destination, The Upper Deck, where great food meets impressive views.

Rock’s new culinary kid on the block is an unpretentious Mediterranean-style bistro/ brasserie situated next to the endless white beaches of the Camel Estuary. This is laid-back riviera dining at its best. The menu boasts simple yet tasty dishes created from locally sourced ingredients, celebrating the bounty of Cornwall’s land and sea. From specials such as Crispy Chili Beef or a sumptuous half Lobster paired with fries to all year-round delights such as the Upper Deck Burgers, Pan Fried Sea Bass, Steak Frites, along with a large selection of small plates that includes mouthwatering Crispy Calamari, Scallops, Whitebait, Spring Rolls to name just a few. The menu offers something for all palates.

Behind every dish lies a story of sourcing from the region’s finest suppliers. Lobsters and mussels come from the waters surrounding the Camel Estuary, ensuring unrivalled freshness and flavour, with Porthilly oysters from across the bay. Fresh fish comes courtesy of Cornish specialist Matthew Stevens, while meats are sourced from premier local butcher James Kittow, guaranteeing the highest quality. A seasonally inspired, weekly changing specials menu is a real highlight. Upper Deck Head Chef, David Townsend brings with him great working relationships with local producers, meaning that his kitchen gets the cream of the crop.

Beyond its culinary offering, the ambiance is a fusion of Mediterranean charm and coastal elegance, with light, airy interiors that invite guests to linger over their meals. The bar offers a selection



Don’t miss out on The Upper Deck Local’s Card. Just show proof of Cornwall residency at the bar to receive your card which will give you 10% off your final meal bill, including drinks, with no time limit on when you can use it.

The Upper Deck is also available for private hire for up to 100 people and often caters for wedding receptions throughout the year and corporate events in the run up to Christmas.

of local beers and spirits, alongside classic cocktails and fine wines. Hospitality is at the heart of The Upper Deck, with its year-round team dedicated to ensuring every guest feels like family.

As summer approaches, The Upper Deck is gearing up for a season of fun, including live DJs for the longer summer days – think Café del Mar vibe – live pianists on the in-house Baby Grand as well as showing some of this year’s biggest sporting events. Whether you choose to relax with a cocktail on the terrace or tuck into some simple fresh food, we highly recommend you visit very soon.



5 Beachside, Rock Road, Rock PL27 6FD 01208 863498

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ALEHOUSE • COCKTAILS • BEER GARDEN Matt and his team welcome you to enjoy The Moth & The Moon, a lovingly refurbished, cosy KilligrewStreet alehouse. 31 Killigrew St, Falmouth TR11 3PW 01326 315300 themothandthemoonfalmouth Join us at the Polurrian Polurrian on the Lizard offers a very special dining experience. With a seasonal menu that is bursting with the flavours of the Cornish coast, a cocktail bar stocked full of locally produced beverages and boasting breath-taking ocean views, this is how food should be enjoyed... | Mullion, Cornwall TR12 7EN #Polurrianmoments
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Philleigh Way is a cookery school based on the Roseland peninsula in south Cornwall, offering unique culinary experiences.

Owned by Rupert Cooper, Philleigh Way Cookery School offers cooking classes inspired by all the amazing food hubs across the world. Using fantastic local produce and experience gained working in some of the top kitchens, their goal is to help you grow your confidence when it comes to food.

The Philleigh Way approach to cooking welcomes all abilities into their rustic farmhouse kitchen, their ethos being, the best dishes can be low effort with high reward.

Sourcing and preparing food has always been a passion of Rupert’s, during every course each guest should create a plate of food they would want to recreate at home. With Rupert’s contemporary approach to cooking, he encourages each guest to feel inspired and self-assured when it comes to experimenting in your own kitchen.

Each cookery course is a mixture of practical demonstrations and hands-on experiences, whether you’re learning the art of Cornish pasty crimping, cooking over fire in their Asado class, or trying your hand at Indian cookery, you’ll learn delicious recipes, useful techniques, eat some amazing food

and immerse yourself in the environment, going home with new found confidence.

The basis of all cooking is about understanding what is traditional, what is relevant, what works and what doesn’t. They encourage having fun while you learn, improving the foundation of your skills and deepening your knowledge and understanding of flavour combinations. These are long standing skills you can use every day, providing real value for money.

At Philleigh Way Cookery School learn to make Middle Eastern mezzes, hand-made Italian pasta, French patisserie, sourdough bread, a simple meat or fish dish. And this only covers a few of the cookery classes they have to offer!

To find out more about Philleigh Way Cookery School, head to their website or social media profiles and take the opportunity to cook, eat and enjoy a new experience in Cornwall.


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Taste of THE DAY

At St Moritz Hotel, dining is more than just a meal; it’s an experience that marries exquisite flavours with breathtaking scenery.

With two distinct onsite restaurants, guests can indulge in a variety of culinary delights at the St Moritz Hotel, all set against the stunning backdrop of the Cornish coast.

For a relaxed, al-fresco dining experience, the Seaside Pool Club is the perfect destination. Nestled alongside the outdoor pool, this eatery offers panoramic sea views of the estuary, making it an ideal spot to soak up the sun and enjoy the fresh coastal air. The ambiance here is laid-back and inviting, perfect for families, friends, and solo travellers alike.

The menu at the Seaside Pool Club is designed to cater to a wide range of tastes, with a focus on casual, yet delicious fare. Guests can savour pizzas, each one crafted with fresh, ingredients and baked to perfection. Burgers are another

highlight, featuring juicy, tender patties made from the finest meats, complemented by toppings to suit every preference. For those looking for lighter options, fresh salads, brimming with vibrant, seasonal produce, offer a refreshing alternative. Whether you’re lounging by the pool or taking in the sweeping sea views, the Seaside Pool Club provides a delightful dining experience that captures the essence of summer in Cornwall. For a more formal dining experience, the Shorecrest Restaurant offers an elevated culinary journey that is sure to impress even the most discerning palate. Under the expert guidance of Chef de Cuisine, Jake Grove, Shorecrest has launched a new three-course menu that promises to be a highlight of any visit to St Moritz Hotel. Chef Grove has adopted an old-school approach to menu creation, letting the market dictate the


offerings. This method ensures that every dish is product-led and based on the freshest, highest quality ingredients available. This approach not only supports local farmers and producers but also guarantees a dining experience that is both seasonal and sustainable.

The new three-course menu at Shorecrest is a testament to Chef Grove’s culinary philosophy. Starters might include delicacies such as sustainably farmed Boscastle trout, or a fresh Cornish crab salad, each dish showcasing the bounty of the local waters. For the main course, guests can look forward to options like a succulent lamb shoulder, slow-cooked to perfection, or a fillet of local sea bass, paired with seasonal vegetables and delicate sauces that enhance rather than overpower the natural flavours of the ingredients.

Desserts at Shorecrest are equally impressive, using ingredients such as English strawberries and elderflower from the gardens, each offering a sweet conclusion to a memorable meal. The menu changes regularly to reflect these fresh market finds, ensuring that every visit to Shorecrest offers something new and exciting.


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From the relaxed, sun-soaked ambiance of the Seaside Pool Club to the sophisticated, marketdriven cuisine of Shorecrest, there is something for every taste and occasion.


Whether you’ve been on a coast path foray, enjoyed a sun-kissed day at the beach or are returning from a day on the water, you’ll want to refuel at one of our favourite cafés.


Nestled on the waterside of a ‘secret’ springwater lake is the perfect brunch spot for a little TLC. Trevassack Lake Cafe (TLC) is a non-profit venture, owned and run (along with the rest of the site) by charity Children’s Sailing Trust, who also offer watersports for all ages and abilities there.

Chef Andrei is at the helm, with his individually prepared, taste sensations on a plate from the small but perfectly formed, allergy-aware menu, complemented with a selection of handmade cakes and artisan coffee.

Everyone is welcome at wheelchair-friendly, fully accessible Trevassack Lake – please check website for current opening times. 1





Positioned at the entrance of one of Cornwall’s great gardens, Trewidden Tearoom has it all. Fresh, home-cooked food, scrumptious homemade cakes and a cream tea to die for! Serving freshly ground Cornish coffee, a selection of soft drinks and alcoholic beverages, you can enjoy your breakfast, lunch or afternoon cake in the cosy tearoom or out on the spacious picnic area. Expect your pooches to get a warm welcome with treats and smiles and then, if you fancy it, spend the rest of the day marvelling at the internationally acclaimed garden full of magnolias, camellias and more – a pawfect doggy day out!




Manor Made Cornwall encompasses the best of both worlds; a small batch bakery at Boscundle Manor offering exceptional afternoon teas and a Bake Hut on Carlyon Bay Beach. Perfectionists in the art of making afternoon tea you can indulge in a very special culinary treat at their baking home – Boscundle Manor, just outside St Austell. Offering a twist on the great British tradition why not escape for the afternoon at this rather special hotel. Or take a stroll to Carlyon Bay to enjoy award winning bakes, cakes and coffee with the epic back drop of St Austell Bay.




Popular with locals and visitors alike, the Harbour View Café is situated right next to the South West Coast Path in the heart of Porthleven, making it the perfect place to rest and refuel during a day exploring the south coast. Offering freshly cooked all-day breakfasts as well as lunches – not to mention the team’s famous crab sandwiches – the whole menu is cooked from scratch, catering for vegans, gluten allergies and vegetarians. With the friendliest of staff ready and waiting, your dogs will drag you in for the fuss and treats! harbourview




Specialising in homemade cakes and cream teas with delicious breakfasts, lunches and afternoon treats, Twisted Currant offers a large choice for all dietary requirements. Dogs are more than welcome, with complimentary treats for all furry friends, and the team, who cook all meals fresh to order, use as much local produce as possible! The hidden garden and a warm and inviting tea room provide an oasis of calm just yards from Porthleven’s bustling harbour, making this a must-visit during your south coast explorations.



The Bodmin Jail Hotel has been painstakingly renovated from a former jail into a boutique, luxury modern hotel.

Offering unrivalled hospitality, with amazing food and service at both the Chapel Restaurant and Courtyard Bistro. It is a unique place to explore all that Cornwall has to offer.



Begun in 2022 by chefs Harry Cartwright and Jay Brady, the opening night of The Mulberry established itself firmly as a Falmouth-fitting fusion of fine dining with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere to delight its guests; and it remains as such today.

The Mulberry has quickly found its feet as an award-winning Cornish restaurant, having won the Muddy Stilettos Best Restaurant Award for 2022 just a few months after their opening night. With local, seasonal and sustainable produce at the core of everything they do, it’s no surprise that word spread quickly, as Harry explains:

“Cornwall has some of the best produce in the country, supplied by some very talented farmers and fisherman. Using local suppliers wherever possible is a core value at the Mulberry, and having a great relationship with local producers is vital to ensure the best quality ingredients.”

“We source from small-scale, passionate suppliers,” Jay adds, “such as the fantastic Pasha from Pasha’s Patch, who sends us beautiful herbs, fruits and vegetables, and asks only to be treated to an occasional meal in lieu of payment. We also supply a good deal of the ingredients ourselves, either via Harry’s many foraging escapades, or produce from my own

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small holding, like the duck eggs currently on our menu.”

Sustainability is hugely important at The Mulberry, with an aim to produce as little waste as possible by making every effort to use every part of an animal, fruit or vegetable. “We order in whole cuts from Philip Warrens and butcher the meat ourselves.” Harry continues. “That way we are able to utilise off cuts of meat which may otherwise go to waste. For example, whilst the premium cuts are used in our pork tenderloin dish, offcuts from the pig help create the quail scotch eggs currently on our menu. From our whole lamb saddle we take the saddle fillet off and turn the lamb belly into lamb bacon or salt lamb to be utilised elsewhere on our menu. Left over parts of fruits may go into making gels or sorbets, and vegetables into stocks.”

Alongside an extensive wine list that is unlikely to disappoint the aficionados amongst you, as well as locally sourced spirits and fresh, seasonal cocktails to tingle the taste buds, here is a taste of Cornwall if there ever was one.


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a dining experience that won’t be forgotten in a hurry, The Mulberry in Falmouth offers so much more than fine dining.
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This restaurants’ ethos is centred around providing fresh, local, and sustainable seafood. Enjoy shellfish from the bay the restaurant overlooks, or line caught fish from Newlyn market; all whilst taking in the clear, turquoise waters of Swanpool Bay and sipping on local Cornish tipples. The friendly service provided by the front of house team tops it all off making it a dining experience not to miss whilst in the area.
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After a multi-million-pound refurbishment, Restaurant RenMor has opened its doors.

Perched 50ft up on Newquay’s Towan Headland, directly overlooking the pounding surf of Fistral Bay, RenMor’s 12ft windows stretch the length of the restaurant, flooding it with natural light, with a raised seating area for incredible sunsets over the ocean.

Having maintained a close relationship with the best sustainable food suppliers in Cornwall, you can expect to sample the delights of Mora Farm’s, Trenow Fields’ and Padstow Kitchen Garden’s exceptional veg; Phillip Warren’s dry-aged meat perfection; Cape and Cove Cornwall’s rare breed lamb and pork; the freshest seafood possible from Flying Fish, and, of course, Rodda’s, the keepers of the cream.

Serving breakfast, afternoon tea and supper, dishes here are unfussy but luxurious. With ever-changing specials inspired by the pick of the produce delivered to the kitchen every morning, make sure to ask your server what’s new for the day.

“In Cornwall, we are so lucky to have such a great food culture and access to people that are really leading the way for food production,” reflects Executive Chef, Fred Goodrich. “From local fishermen landing fresh, sustainable seafood each morning, to farmers striving to produce the best quality organic fruit and veg at nearby regenerative farms, RenMor champions the best of our brilliant and bountiful land.”

Make sure to give the friendly team a call to book your table, or head to the website to peruse the delicious seasonal menus and reserve your table for an experience you won’t forget in a truly outstanding restaurant by the sea.


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Located at the top of Port Isaac, with spectacular views overlooking the picturesque bay, Outlaw’s New Road offers an idyllic space to indulge in the variety and splendour of seafood that define the Cornish coast.

With the option of an à la carte lunch, celebrating Nathan’s most iconic dishes from the last 20 years, or his signature seafood tasting menu for dinner, which elevates the seafood dining experience to whole new heights, Outlaw’s New Road is nothing short of a haven for any sea-foodie.


6 New Road, Port Isaac PL29 3SB 01208 880896

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Blending a friendly atmosphere with first-class service and exceptional dining, you won’t want to miss out on a trip to Hooked on the Rocks.

Nothing quite captures the spirit of a Cornish summer than following a summertime dip in its azure waters with a plate of lusciously fresh local seafood. Happily, that’s just the experience to be found at Hooked on the Rocks, which is just yards from the shore of Swanpool beach near Falmouth.

Located on the cliffside overlooking beautifully blue waters, the view is astonishing, a perfect location for al-fresco dining, and the food truly speaks for itself. With local and sustainable seafood on offer, cooked fresh each day, you’re in for a true taste of Cornwall. From lobsters and crabs from within eight miles, to scallops from Falmouth Bay and daily fish from Newlyn Market, you’re offered only the best.

Why not indulge in the hot shellfish platter for two, the wild prawns with nduja butter, or the classic battered haddock and hand-cut chips with homemade condiments? The simple wine list makes for a delightful pairing, with the team having tirelessly tasted hundreds of wines to make their careful selection from small family producers who practise sustainable viticulture.

If wine isn’t your bag, Hooked on the Rocks’ collection of local spirits includes Falmouth’s own Loveday gin, Twin Fin rum and High Point’s non-alcoholic spirits. Spend your evening at the Seahorse Outdoor Bar, open throughout the summer for drinks and snacks like crab fries, oysters and prawns, with live music from the resident DJ and local musicians every Saturday (weather dependent).

Shortlisted for the ‘Best Front of House Team’ at the 2023 Trencherman’s Awards, you can be sure that the service you’ll receive is first-class. The friendly vibes combined with a high-end dining experience makes for a visit you won’t forget in a hurry, so get in touch with the team to book!


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‘Friendly greetings’ from Jumunjy, Cornwall’s most southerly Thai restaurant.

Exchanging the vibrant party-life of the Thai island Koh Phangan for the equally idyllic, albeit more leisurely life of the Lizard Peninsula; the evolution of Thai restaurant, Jumunjy, is a tale best told over an evening of spicy food and cold beer.

It’s a tale of growth and family, and begins with owner and Head Chef, Phansa ‘Bim’ Takun. Growing up in northern Thailand, Bim helped her mother sell street food at village festivals, her aunt’s wholesale business, and her family-run distillery responsible for making Lao-khao ‘Thai Moonshine’. Now, along with husband Tristan and the support of his dad and brother, Bim continues to cook the authentic Thai food that Cornwall has come to know and love.

Before their move to Cornwall, the couple spent many happy years living on Koh Phangan, serving food and drink to travellers from all over the world. During that time, they learned how to cater for a wide range of tastes, taking advice and learning recipes, always expanding their menu and skills. They eventually made the move to Cornwall in 2010, introducing Thai Tuesday, an event that quickly became a sell-out, and with the knowledge that their dream was within reach, they began to build their very own Thai kitchen.

It wouldn’t take long for the kitchen to become a hit, the team’s free home delivery service an immensely popular addition on the remote Lizard Peninsula, and before long, they were finally able to move to the current location at the



Open all day for food and drink, six days a week, Fridays and Saturdays also see a DJ playing until 1am, making Jumunjy the perfect place to celebrate.

old Cury Cross Lanes post office! Renovated with the help of friends and family, the restaurant you see today offers an immersive Thai experience quite unlike anything else you’ll find in Cornwall. You’ll find multi-level, separate seating areas, ideal for large and small groups alike, and the décor itself is a jungle of exciting design. A crashed plane hovers above diners in one section; the walls rush with water, and the adornment of plants and twinkling lights takes you far from the well-kempt fields of the Duchy.

Add to this a five-metre cocktail and rum bar, fusing Thai origins with recycled treasures found on the Lizard, and it’s clear that Jumunjy’s owners have not forgotten the atmosphere of the party island on which they first formed their Cornish dream. Those origins, fused with fresh local produce, including fish from Newlyn, beef from the Lizard, and veg from Cornish growers, and it’s unsurprising that Bim, Tristan and co have won the accolade of Cornwall’s Number 1 Thai Restaurant!


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Nestled in the iconic Cornish coastline, Cape Cornwall Rum was birthed from the storied remnants of the area’s illustrious smuggling past. O ering a range of premium artisanal rums, lovingly aged, mixed and spiced in the rustic heartlands of Cornwall. Each batch contains expertly selected Caribbean rums infused with local Cornish water to create a selection of smooth spirits that are as easy on the tongue as they are on the eye.

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