Kit himself brings a really delicious twist to the table having worked in London, Cornwall and Australia which he combines with a passion for global food trends and seasonal availablility.
The Waterloo Restaurant is situated in a turret opposite the old mill. Fantastically medieval looking with an interesting history (named after the Duke of Wellington who came to stay and the infamous Battle of Waterloo) the restaurant serves contemporary European dishes with a touch of classic French cooking – just think superb food but without the fuss.
Head Chef, Kit Davis, is passionate about serving hyper local food (and can regularly be seen first thing in the morning with lobsters in hand grabbed from the Boscastle Fishing Co on the harbour).
Ingredients are sourced almost exclusively from the local farmers and fishermen but the team at The Welly also grow much of their herbs and veggies in their kitchen garden. Needless to say all the food is really fresh!
The menu is sensationally seasonal – from Cornish Mussels with cider, clotted cream and homemade bread to Cornish pork chop, butternut squash, sage risotto and truffle. Yum.
Kit himself brings a really delicious twist to the table having worked in London, Cornwall and Australia which he combines with a passion for global food trends and seasonal availability.
The memorabilia on show is also pretty fascinating. Discover an original invitation to dinner from the Duke of Wellington, campaign maps and pictures and paintings from the Battle of Waterloo. The menu also features tongue in cheek references to his Grace with burgers entitled: The Napoleon, The Prussian, The Waterloo and The Wellington.
Make sure you combine your supper with some excellent wine or some proper good Cornish ales at the bar.
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Waterloo Restaurant, The Harbour, Boscastle, Cornwall, PL35 0AQ | 01840 250202