For coffee addicts and caffeine connoisseurs Origin Coffee quite simply make mornings a blissful experience. They roast all their coffee in their Helston warehouse taking the time for exacting blends creating subtle differences in flavour, resulting in the smoothest coffee at a world championship level. They are advocates of independent and artisan coffee shops with a brand policy of training each would-be barista in house to ensure that their coffee is served as it should be.
For those with a passion for the piscatorial you simply can’t talk fish without mentioning Nathan Outlaw. Arguably the most teddy-bear like man ever to set foot on Saturday Morning Kitchen, Nathan is a chef who oozes warmth and superior seafood knowledge. To dine at his Seafood and Grill is to fall in love. His two Michelin starred status is well deserved with fish so flavoursome that it dances across your taste buds. Nathan uses local Cornish fish as some of the best available, with Porthilly oysters a favourite.
St Agnes was voted in the top 20 coastal towns in The Times and with street venues like the Cornish Pizza Company it is easy to see why. Following the street food trend Vicky and Jon have been tossing dough for just over a year but already have a reputation for the best base in the business. Developing their bread-base with Baker Tom was an important part of the process.
A good dough, made fresh to order using solely Cornish suppliers, is the key to pizza perfection. Their menu has mastered the art of reinvention, taking traditional pizzas and mixing them with regional ingredients as well as creating their own bespoke recipes. Think quality takeaway with cosmopolitan class.
From street food to fine dining, farm shops to artisan delis, produce from the far west is unrivalled for quality and diversity.
The Cornish Food Market have developed something seriously special in Cornwall. Noting that consumers are becoming savvier about how they source their sustenance. With purchases being made based on food miles, provenance and local quality now more so than in seasons hence, Cornwall Food Market simply spotted an opportunity. They have revolutionised the traditional farmers market. Taking the hassle out of shopping independently of the supermarkets, they offer online food shopping from Cornish producers and suppliers. For both the local contingency and visitors, ordering a weekly shop packed full of seasonal goodies and delivered to your door is an easy and delightful way to access the best local produce.
So for a foodie holiday in heaven, select your perfect boutique cottage in Cornwall and indulge your appetite for all things luxury.