Food News 2019

21 Apr

The Golden Lion closes its kitchen from Mon 29th April to Sat 4th May. The bar remains open.

The Harbour Hotel (formerly The Metropole) is offering 3 courses at £29 per head this Easter.

David McWilliam is holding the launch party for Padstow Wine Co on Saturday 4th May from 2-7pm.

The Rock Water Taxi starts today (11th April) and runs from 7pm to midnight.

Rest A While Tea Garden is open again from 10.30 – 3.30pm and using new eco-friendly reusable cups (£6).

Prideaux Place offers Cream Teas on their Terrace Tearoom from 7th April – 25th October (closed Sat).

Greens of Padstow will open 10am – late every day of the Easter holidays (5-21st April).

New addition to the Camel Trail between Padstow and Wadebridge is the ACE (Atlantic Coast Express) cafe.

Ross Geach is opening a new farm shop at Padstow Kitchen Garden in the spring.

Chris McClurg who is head chef at No 6 is on the Great British Menu representing Northern Ireland.

Craftworks pop up restaurant at Trerethen Farm opens for the season on April 26th.

Rick Stein has a book signing in the deli at 11 am and ‘an evening with’ – both on Good Friday 19th April.

Paul Ainsworth has taken over the running of the Mariner’s Pub in Rock from spring 2019.

Ruby’s Bar will hold Drinks Masterclasses on 21st May and 18th June from 5-6pm. £15pp.

The annual Sticky Toffee Pudding competitions to be held on Sat 5 October 2019 at the Old Ship Hotel, Padstow.

There is a new food festival called ‘Porthilly Spirit‘ to be launched near Rock on the spring bank holiday weekend 24-26 May.

Paul and Emma Ainsworth are to open a cookery school and chef’s table called Mahe at No6 in May 2019.

Padstow Christmas Festival 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th December 2019.    

More foodie news from around Cornwall from Ellie Michell: https://barefootcornwall.com/the-foodie-diary-april-2019/#sthash.KH9L6S6D.dpbs