Breakfast at Scarlet is the most important meal of the day – that’s why we like to treat our guests to a long, leisurely three-course breakfast. But when you don’t have the time, here is a great quick breakfast recipe making the most of beautifully sweet, local strawberries.
As soon as the sun comes out, and the world bathed in its golden rays, life seems transformed. Here’s our list of ideas to make the most of the glorious summer that’s finally come our way.
Our friend Rob from Buttervilla produces the most amazing tomatoes: available from around June and until early November. We’re very lucky to be one of the few restaurants he supplies. Here are a couple of recipes we will be using this summer.
There’s nothing better than a brisk walk along the cliff path followed by a traditional roast lunch. Our two-course set menu is just £19.50 per person including a roast with all the trimmings and something sweet to finish.
Alternatively, enjoy as little or as much as you like from our à la carte lunch menu below. Items with two prices can be taken as a starter or a main course.
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June is one of our favourite months in Cornwall – wildflowers bloom in the hedgerows, the sun sits high in the sky, and our favourite places are still crowd free. There is also lots to look forward to – from artists opening their studios to outdoor theatre, from music on the beach to seafood festivals – here’s our edit of experiences not to be missed…
Is there anything better than kicking off your shoes and reclining in the sunshine with an ice cold gin and tonic? Rather than sticking to your usual, why not experiment with some of the beautiful local gins than keep popping up? Here are some of our tips and ideas to add a touch of luxury to your summer evening tipple…
A little foot massage goes a long way when it comes to your health and wellbeing.
Massaging your whole foot – your heel, instep, arch, toes etc – can spread the relaxing effects to your entire body. So, a gentle and fluid massage of the soles of your feet, arches and toes could help to soothe your entire nervous system.
As ever, it was a great pleasure to be at Scarlet, and even more so this time as it was a lovely sunny afternoon. However, our warm feelings about the venue did not extend to the book under discussion, The Accidental Apprentice by Vikas Swarup. We had high hopes of this book as some of us had greatly enjoyed the film Slumdog Millionaire, which was based on Swarup’s previous book. But having read The Accidental Apprentice we feel it highlights what a good job Danny Boyle did of adapting Swarup’s earlier book into a film because we cannot believe that the author’s style has changed dramatically between the two books!
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