Prawn on the Farm is Prawn on the Lawn’s answer to how do you run a restaurant in 2020. And, I am here for it!
The temporary ‘pop up’ at Trerethern Farm puts the restaurant in a much bigger setting, in a long marquee overlooking Padstow and the river.
The same chilled out vibe, local seafood and fresh produce from Padstow Kitchen Garden has transferred perfectly. And the only changes, except the location, is that there’s a lot more space, social distancing and hand sanitising going on.
Take a look at Prawn on the Farm…
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Carnewas aka The Bedruthan Steps is one of the big attractions on the north Cornish coast. These rock pillars form from thousands of years of erosion along Bedruthan beach.
It feels like the English version of the Twelve Apostles in Australia and I can’t believe this is the first time I’ve seen them! Hello absolutely amazing views and one sweaty steep hike.
This is definitely one you’re going to want to visit when you go to Cornwall – so make sure you keep some time aside for it.
This post should help you with everything you need to know…
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Ruby’s Bar is another Rick Stein venture in Padstow. This charming and cosy bar offers a fantastic array of cocktails and curated spirits. Oh I do love a cheeky cocktail!
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A Pint of Padstow is the shop front to Padstow Brewing Company, an award winning micro-brewery in North Cornwall sharing its love for beers, ales, pilsners and cider.
I’ve had many a good time drinking and making new friends in the shop come bar that’s right in the heart of central Padstow. Hello to a cheeky afternoon cider or two!
If you’re headed to Cornwall, this charming town must be you your visit list. It’s incredibly popular thanks to places like the Padstow Brewing Company. Here’s why…
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Fruit and vegetables straight from the field to plate. There’s something so appealing about that. Zero fly miles, self-sufficiency and food that’s really, truly fresh.
I found out about Padstow Kitchen Garden through Instagram, one of its images appeared when I was scrolling – what a great discovery that turned out to be! It supplies lots of great Cornish restaurants like Rick Stein’s, Jamie Oliver’s 15 and Paul Ainsworth at Number 6 restaurant.
On my latest trip to Cornwall I found it the best place to pick up some interesting veggies for dinner.
Headed to Padstow and are going to cook some of your own meals? Then you need to visit this place to pick up a few bits!
Enter the cabin and take a look at the incredible produce I bought (and scoffed) on my trip…
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A big slab of cake from Padstow’s favourite cake shop Cherry Trees is the perfect pick me up mid-afternoon on your travels.
With a charming backstory and amazing produce, it’s easy to see why it’s a firm favourite with visitors and locals alike.
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What happens when two seafood lovers who already have an insanely popular restaurant in London set up shop in Cornwall?
Well, critical acclaim, that’s what! Prawn on the Lawn take two opened in 2015 in Padstow and is so good that it’s featured in the Michelin Guide and it was named one of The Times Top 100 UK restaurants.
I visited on my last trip to Cornwall and it was, well sorry to ruin the rest of the post but, one of the best meals I’ve ever had!
Come and take a look at what I picked to eat, trust me, you’ll want to click just to look at the foodie pictures…
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