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Grilled halloumi burger recipe

Beef burgers, chicken burgers, bean burgers. We like them all as much as the next person. But swap your beef burger for halloumi and you've got a surprisingly healthy vegetarian alternative. Here's how we serve our grilled halloumi burger at The Living Space.

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Thai Red Curry

Often seen on the specials board, our Thai red curry has been a hit with many of our regular guests in The Beach Hut. We were recently asked if we could share the recipe so that the guest can make it at home themselves. Take a look at the recipe.

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Crab linguine with chilli

Crab linguine is a very simple dish that only uses a few ingredients. It's a popular Beach Hut dish so we thought we'd share the recipe with you. Enjoy!

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Fermented plums and roasted pork belly recipe

This winter warming dish is perfect for entertaining guests and surprisingly simple to make - here's the recipe.

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Spider crab poke

Spider crab poke is a seasonal dish on the Zacry's menu. Originally a Hawaiian dish of raw tuna, chef has adapted it to a Cornish dish of spider crab which can be found off Watergate Bay. Here's the recipe.

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Neil Haydocks’ ultimate burger

Burgers are always a firm favourite in the Bay. There is more to a burger than the pattie, we like to pile ours high. Here’s whats included in executive chef, Neil Haydock’s ultimate burger.

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Grilled 'Reuben'

The origin of this iconic New York sandwich loaded with pastrami & swiss cheese is hotly disputed. Here's our take served at The Living Space.

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Scallop and monkfish succotash

Chef loves a good succotash - a North American Indian dish consisting of beans and kernels. Here's his take on the recipe, featuring scallops and monkfish.

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Monkfish succotash

Succotsash comes from a North American Indian word for ‘broken kernels’. There is no set recipe and you can add what you like to create this tasty broth. Here's our recipe for monkfish succotash.

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Pan fried hake with 'methi' sauce

As demonstrated by our executive chef at the Fifteen Cornwall Spring Fayre at Watergate Bay. Inspired to cook it at home? Here's our special recipe.

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