Love Food, Drink and coming on Holiday to Cornwall? Then why not indulge in some truly 'Cornish Cafe Culture' exploring some wonderful independant Cornish Cafes and Farm Shops, all of who pride themselves in sourcing local ingredients, supporting local suppliers, serving great Cornish food.
Here is a selection from the 'Truly Cornish Cafe Trail' - to visit and enjoy whilst staying at Rooky's Nook - Luxury Holiday Cottage for 2, in North Cornwall.
BLUE TOMATO in Rock, offering great food and drink, with friendly helpful staff, a laid-back atmosphere and truly mesmerising view overlooking the Camel Estuary, near the pedestrian ferry which crosses the river to Padstow. Great for a coffee and chin wag, especially after a walk with the dog along Daymer Beach.
FRESH FROM THE SEA an artisan fish cafe in Port Isaac, offering some of the freshest fish sandwiches and salads, made using local crab and lobster landed daily in their own boat 'Mary D'.
BOSCASTLE FARM SHOP AND CAFE North of Boscastle, set high on the clifftops, surrounded by National Trust farmland and less than 50 yards from the coastal path, offering great views whilst enjoying tasty home-made pies, pasties and cakes, - all made on site in their coastal kitchen.
TREVATHAN FARM SHOP AND CAFE in St Endellion, this family run cafe is renowned for it's delicious traditional roast Sunday lunch with home produced beef and lamb, and great selection of fresh seasonal vegetables (plus 'PYO'- pick your own delicious strawberries). The Farm Shop is one of the best: packed full of local goodies, pickles, jams, honey, cheeses, fudge, free range eggs, clotted cream from their local dairy, country wines, Cornish beer and good old Scrumpy.
Come and discover these Cornish cafe spots for yourself - and enjoy a perfect day out - and perfect Cornish holiday - (whilst also supporting local Cornish businesses and Cornwall's economy)!
The TRULY CORNISH CAFE TRAIL is part of the Choose Cornish campaign, brought to you by Cornwall Food and Drink Chamber of Commerce, and includes 45 cafe spots throughout Cornwall.
A collection of recipes, tales and morsels from the ocean, fields and clifftops of Cornwall - See more at: http://www.greatcornishfood.co.uk/the-book/#sthash.TiANGhqx.dpuf