Cornwall LivingIssue #84
A Mother’s Day treat
This Mother’s Day why not treat your mum to a culinary masterclass at The Park, Cornwall?
Located just a short scoot from the stunning dunes and long sandy beach at Mawgan Porth, The Park, Cornwall’s restaurant, The Kitchen by The Beach, provides fantastic food, all cooked exceptionally well and priced affordably.
“There’s plenty to whet the appetite of even the fussiest of eaters”
Whether you’re joining the team for breakfast, a coffee and slice of cake after a swim, lunch, or dinner after a long day spent on the beach, you’re sure to be served fresh dishes from seasonal menus, all to the tune of a buzzing atmosphere. The little ones will love it here too, as they explore The Park’s ‘Finding the Painted Pebbles’ trail, look for the hidden fairy doors and enjoy the soft play area while the grown-ups enjoy a time out! The indoor swimming pool, steam room and sauna are an extra treat too, if you’re looking for that little bit of indulgence.
On Sunday 31st March – or Mother’s Day – there is set to be a fantastic menu, perfect for taking the best mum in the world out for a proper Cornish treat.
There’s plenty to whet the appetite of even the fussiest of eaters. Starters include pea soup with ham croquette, salt and pepper squid, smoked haddock cake with curry sauce and poached egg or beetroot and goats cheese salad with pine nuts. For the main, you’ll be torn between roast beef, honey and mustard roast ham, seared sea bass, battered Newlyn haddock and chips, and the delicious nut roast with caramelised shallots, roasties and vegetarian gravy.
After all that, you’ll be hard pushed to fit any more in, but we’re sure you’ll make room when you see what’s on the dessert menu! Choose from a Cornish cheese plate, tonka bean set cream with poached strawberries and strawberry sorbet, apple and sultana crumble with custard or honeycomb ice cream, or glazed lemon tart with Cornish clotted cream.
Prices start at £15 for one course, £19 for two and £22 for three (we told you it was affordable!) and booking is absolutely essential, so be sure to get booked in, before it’s too late!
"There’s plenty to whet the appetite of even the fussiest of eaters"