Your favourite blabbermouth reporting for duty - yes ma'am. Here's the latest superflashy newsflash for Cornwall.
End of an era: Fifteen Cornwall closes
Fifteen Cornwall has announced on 12 December that it has closed its doors for the final time. The restaurant, overlooking Watergate Bay, famed for its magnificent sunset views as much as for its work training up young unemployed local chefs, will be sadly missed. Many of its alumni have opened their own restaurants across the county. Fifteen Cornwall, run by the charity Cornwall Food Foundation, was thought to have escaped the closure of the rest of Jamie Oliver’s food empire, and it is heartbreaking news that it is to close.
New opening: Sabzi Deli, Truro
Previous Masterchef quarterfinalist Kate Attlee has opened a new takeaway deli called Sabzi in Truro. Full review coming soon, but we hear great things about her gorgeous looking vibrant and healthy salads and fresh juices, all with Kate’s signature Iranian twist (fyi, sabzi is the farsi for ‘herb’).
New opening: Da Bara Bakery Cafe
Da Bara Bakery have opened a new cafe adjacent to their relocated bakery, handily just off the A39 at Indian Queens. Don’t miss their very excellent cinnamon buns, as well as all kinds of sourdough bread, sausage rolls, cakes and general baked goodies, to eat in or take-away.
Unit 9A A30 Business Park, Lodge Way, Indian Queens, Saint Columb TR9 6FZ
Plastic-free news – Emily’s Truro
Emily’s in Truro’s have announced they will be Truros’ first local-milk refill point, not just for cafe use, but also for selling fresh & creamy Rodda’s milk on tap. Not got your own glass bottles? Fear not, the team also have half-litre glass bottles for sale so you can take your milk home and then bring it back for refilling.