From Tom Adams (of Pitt Cue Co fame) and NYC-chef April Bloomfield, comes a farm-to-table guesthouse in the Cornish countryside. The pair snapped up this Georgian dairy farm in spring 2016 and have renovated it into a guesthouse, dining room and working farm. There are just six bedrooms and the dining room accommodates up to 14 guests.
Harden's survey result
“Tucked away down Cornish lanes” – “a very innovative menu”, “full of new ideas and interesting flavours”, awaits at this “inspiring” venture, from chefs April Bloomfield (of New York’s Spotted Pig) and Tom Adams (of Pitt Cue in London). A stay on the farm, which produces food for the communal table shared by diners, is a “joyful and relaxed” experience that’s “unforgettable” – the “energetic and helpful staff” give guests a “real sense of involvement in the preparation of fine cooking”.
“Tucked away in the Cornish countryside” – an “all-round fabulous experience” awaits diners at the “stunning”, “tremendously friendly” country brainchild of NYC’s Spotted Pig’s April Bloomfield and Pitt Cue Co.’s Tom Adams – “as long as you like communal dining” (often with “industry professionals finding out how it’s done”). Seasonal 5-course set menus “come mostly from the working dairy farm” (e.g. “home cured charcuterie from their own rare breed pigs”) supplemented by “fine produce from local suppliers”. “Such care is taken in the food preparation and you can stand in the kitchen watching the cooking take place… but it’s worth going just for the bread”.
“If only all B&Bs cooked food this tasty!” – this rural Cornish guesthouse on a working dairy farm is the “clearly-on-trend” brainchild of April Bloomfield of NYC’s acclaimed Spotted Pig and Tom Adams of Pitt Cue Co. The communal eating set-up (you are one of 14 diners enjoying a seasonal five-course set menu) means “you have to be ready to spend time with a range of people” but all reports applaud the “amazing food and great company”.
From Tom Adams (of Pitt Cue Co fame) and April Bloomfield (of NYC’s Spotted Pig fame), comes a farm-to-table guesthouse in the Cornish countryside. The pair snapped up this Georgian dairy farm in spring 2016 and have renovated it into a guesthouse, dining room and working farm. There are just six bedrooms and the dining room accommodates up to 14 guests, who eat communally. No survey feedback yet, but if you can’t get a decent meat dish here, where can you?
Coombeshead Farm Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Just can't fault this place. Beautiful setting in the heart of Cornwall, dinner in a lovely old barn. Food is tremendous and cooked over wood. Staff are warm and friendly and keen to talk about the food and its sources. Amazing."
|Wine per bottle||£25.00|
Coombeshead Farm, Lewannick, PL15 7QQ
|Thursday||8 am-12 am|
|Friday||8 am-12 am|
|Saturday||8 am-12 am|
|Sunday||8 am-12 am|