Food & drink
Five unique places to eat, each with a completely different take on great, local produce.
Zacry’s, the new restaurant in the hotel opening on 15 March, is where breakfast is served each morning and in the evening there’s a daily changing menu international and local influenced dishes with a hint of contemporary American cuisine.
Cross the reception and you’re in to the hotel’s bar; but the Living Space is so much more than that and from 11:30am till 10pm it serves a menu of rustic dishes perfect for sharing.
Down the lane and almost on the sand is The Beach Hut. One of Cornwall’s best known beach-side hangouts and a great place to eat, The Beach Hut serves brilliant burgers, steaks, fish and shellfish you’ll find by the sea.
Up above The Beach Hut is Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall; the Italian inspired, social enterprise restaurant that empowers, unemployed, young people in Cornwall with the kitchen skills and experience to flourish in the world of work.
If you just want to be out on the beach then grab something from Venus Café Sea Lane. This award-winning takeaway has a menu full of local & organic food & drink.
The Living Space is closed to non-residents on Saturday 5th July for Veuve Clicquot Polo on the Beach.