A ‘festival feel’ of carefully curated street food beside the sea, our new beach food offer is all about life’s simple pleasures. From gourmet hot dogs and Napoletana-style pizzas to artisan ice cream, cold beers and cocktails for sunset, our enticing choice of food and drink to enjoy on – or overlooking – the sand means making the most of days at the beach.
Here’s a taste of what to expect...
Nuvola (from the Italian for ‘cloud’) will serve big, rustic, airy crusted Napoletana-style artisan pizzas with a mixture of toppings, from the simple and traditional to the unexpected (think crab thermidor; scallop, pea and mint; or a corn cream base with chorizo and coriander). Nuvola's team includes former Fifteen Cornwall chefs, who are looking forward to returning to the Bay.
Frank’s is all about taking the simple hot dog and elevating it. From perfect classics to fusion reimaginings like pulled pork with miso glaze, pickled cucumber, spring onion and oriental sweetcorn salad – as well as delicious veggie, vegan and gluten-free alternatives – prices will start at around £3.
Serving in both the main car-park and from a smaller cart on the beach, Treleavens ice cream will offer both classic scoops (like Cornish Cream Tea, Millionaire’s Shortbread, New York Lime Cheesecake, Raspberry Pavlova) and a tempting selection of soft serves (Cornish cream-based ‘Mr Whippy’ style, with an array of toppings including giant toasted marshmallows and candy floss).
From their van on Sea Lane, No 1 Cubs’ talented baristas will be serving “mood-boosting coffee and rich and flavoursome homemade cakes”, working with leading UK speciality coffee brand, Origin Coffee Roasters (based in Porthleven, Cornwall). As well as crepes, smoothies and milkshakes.
No.1 Cubs also have a winter pop-up in The Beach Hut.
For daytime thirst-quenchers to chilled sundowners, Harbour Brewing Co will host a bar full of its own award-winning craft beers, plus cocktails, wines and a wide selection of non-alcoholic drinks – and a smaller mobile bar on the beach. From classic lagers to bold, hoppy brews, Harbour will also be showcasing its new non-alcoholic spirit for a crisp Aperol Spritz alternative.