We paused for a light lunch here en route to Tate St Ives. Directions to the gallery given out at the tourist office mention the Food Room. After passing a succession of holidaymaker-driven tearooms, pubs and fish cafes, the Food Room seemed like a ray of innovative sunshine. The menu was simple but inventive and a delicatessen counter was doing a roaring trade. A display of meats, wines and cheeses looked promising. We managed to slip into a just vacated table even though the place was busy.
The food lived up to expectations. Coffee was strong on taste, a charcuterie was varied and large but my dish-to-die-for was a mixture of black pudding and tomatoes served on toast. The portions were large and the taste was exquisite.
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