Cornwall LivingIssue #73

Sensational spring dining

Enjoy a sunny bite by the sea at The Lemon Arms, Mylor.

At the Lemon Arms at Mylor Bridge, with its garden in full bloom and management by Jonny and Sam Pearce (with over 20 years’ experience of running Cornish pubs and restaurants), there’s no better time than now to enjoy the fruits of sunny Cornwall.

“…the kitchen team has a keen passion for Cornwall’s amazing local produce…”

Indeed, walking around Mylor creek and looking over the undulating blue water as it ripples beneath the boats, it’s not hard to work up an appetite, especially as the sun shines and the sea breeze works its way in and out of your lungs. What could be more fitting than a fresh seafood lunch, complemented with a your favourite tipple?

Headed up by Daniel Blaszkowski, who previously worked with London seafood specialists Wright Brothers of Borough Market, and Tim Hammill, who learned his trade locally in places such as the Pandora Inn and Mylor Café, the kitchen team has a keen passion for Cornwall’s amazing local produce and, never knowing what the local day boats are going to bring in, produces an ever changing specials menu for you to peruse, so no visit is ever quite the same.

All the food on the menu is made fresh on site, using local, seasonal produce wherever possible, while an award-winning range of Cornish beers and spirits from St Austell Brewery means there’s something to match your palette and choice of dish, whatever the catch of the day!

Pop in for an afternoon bite or make a day of it after a stroll around the creek; whatever your plans, if you find yourself near Mylor, be sure to pop into the Lemon Arms. And if you don’t, it’s certainly worth a trip, particularly on a Sunday if you’re hankering for the perfect Sunday roast.

"...the kitchen team has a keen passion for Cornwall’s amazing local produce..."