Cornwall LivingIssue #88
A slice of lemon
Tuck into summer with a trip to the Lemon Arms.
Managed by Jonny and Sam Pearce, with over 20 years’ experience of running Cornish pubs and restaurants, the Lemon Arms at Mylor Bridge is the perfect pit stop for a glass of something chilled, especially with its dog friendly beer garden now in full bloom.
The area is replete with beautiful walks and is home to a thriving sailing scene, so when the sun’s out, nothing beats taking a stroll around the creek and watching the world on the water go by.
“a delightful blend of seasonal Cornish flavours”
If you’re feeling peckish then the Lemon Arms has just the thing to sate that salty-air appetite, with new Head Chef, Freddie, bringing a delightful blend of seasonal Cornish flavours to the menu. The whole team has a passion for Cornwall’s bountiful produce and, because nobody can ever predict what the local day boats are going to land, the specials menu is always changing.
The whole menu is created fresh and in-house, drawing on the best local and seasonal produce, while an award-winning range of Cornish beers and spirits from St Austell Brewery means you can’t fail to find the perfect tipple to wash down your choice of dish.
Finally, it doesn’t seem to matter what the weather’s doing, when Sunday rolls around, we Brits love a good old-fashioned roast. Jonny, Sam and the team know this, providing guests with a delicious all-the-trimmings experience, so if you could use a proper Sunday roast to round off your weekend, you know where to go!
Whether you’re looking for a quick pint in the beer garden during your tour of the coast, or hoping to sample the morning’s catch from the pub’s ever-changing specials, take it from us, the Lemon Arms is well worth adding to your summer itinerary.
The Lemon Arms
"a delightful blend of seasonal Cornish flavours"