Following the success of the summer pop-up, chef, Emily Scott is back and opening a permanent restaurant overlooking the beach. Emily Scott Food opens at the end of March and will serve up the same less-is-more ethos with 'no fuss or faff'.
Emily's built an impressive reputation heading the kitchen at St Tudy Inn, she'll now become a permanent fixture at the Bay, taking over the space that was home to Watchful Mary.
The new restaurant on sea wall will serve up the same less-is-more ethos that made Emily's summer pop-up so popular; meticulously-sourced local ingredients; a stripped back and simple seafood and plant-based menu; seaweed on the walls and flowers on the tables. Emily explains that "together, these elements create a seemingly effortless sense of place and wellbeing."
With a focus on quality local suppliers, the story behind the food and providence of how it finds its way to the table, Emily's food turns locally-sourced ingredients into delicious rustic dishes that are deceptively simple. She hopes it will inspire people to try them at home.
The unbroken views from the restaurant and the decked area directly above the beach, with a new retractable glass canopy, means there will be plenty of space for year-round dining. The full launch date is set for the end of March.