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Last year’s highest climber was Cornwall’s St Tudy Inn. The pub holds a Michelin Bib Gourmand and celebrates the finest seasonal produce from the surrounding area alongside creating a warm and cosy atmosphere and a passion for simple, rustic cuisine, real ales and fine wines.
The St Tudy Inn’s kitchen is led by Emily Scott who creates an ever-evolving menu, combining her passion for beautiful food with the best Cornish produce.
Inside the pub you’ll find a deliciously welcoming interior that is warm and full of character and charm.
Examples from the St Tudy’s winter menu include St Tudy ale battered gurnard, home-cut chips with tartare and peas.
Customers with a sweet tooth can choose from a variety of desserts such as chocolate mousse with vanilla seeded ice cream, walnut and honey tart with pouring cream or blood oranges with honey and rosemary.
Guests can enjoy a drink in the old bar, relax in front of the open fire and choose a lighter lunch from the bar menu.
Alternatively, they can head to the dining room and enjoy a selection of the finest pub food showcased at its very best.
St Tudy was a One to Watch at the 2016 Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs, where stand-out sample dishes mentioned were artichoke with white bean, Vulscombe cheese and rocket salad; monkfish with saffron, cream and rocket; and chocolate mousse with baked quince.
St Tudy Inn / CHEF
Guests can enjoy a drink in the old bar, relax in front of the open fire and choose a lighter lunch from the bar menu