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Emily Scott Food

Following the success of her summer pop-up, chef, Emily Scott is back. opening a permanent restaurant overlooking the beach. Serve up the same less-is-more ethos with 'no fuss or faff'. Included in Taste of the Bay from April.

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Recipes Drink

Twelve Drinks of Christmas cocktail list

This cocktail list will warm and revive as you come inside and sink into the sofa. Enjoy with a Watergate sunset, or create your own at home with the recipes we’re sharing.

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Tarquins Bramble

Fast times

From chowing on a Dead Hippie in Brighton’s premier burger joint, to getting lost in a Hong Kong hawker site, we’re devouring ‘fast casual’ dining the world over – whether we know it or not. Gareth May tucks into the global food trend that’s found its way to Cornish shores.

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Living Space Food

Perennial passions

When it comes to flavouring our favourite tipples, juniper berries or wormwood are just the tip of the iceberg. Drinks writer Alice Lascelles dives into the delicious world of botanical experimentation.

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Hannah Bailey Illustration

Introducing Emily Scott Food

Emily Scott Food first appeared in the Bay as a pop-up restaurant in July 2020. Emily will now become a permanent fixture at the Bay, taking over the space previously home to Watchful Mary. We asked Emily to introduce herself and share the ethos behind her food, and to give a taste of the ‘hyper-local’ treats you can expect…

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The Fifteen Cornwall story

Fifteen Cornwall’s story began when Jamie Oliver launched Fifteen in London and filled the kitchen with young people in need of a second chance.

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Jamie Oliver On The Beach
Eat Recipes

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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