This restaurant seems to be a well kept secret, as most of the locals have heard of it but never visited. As a recent arrival in the Copper Coast, we decided to give it a try and I must say that I was impressed! As the name is Cornish (roughly translated to "The People") you would not be surprised to find that the menu contains some Cornish fare with a variety of mains from pasta, game, poultry, pork, lamb, beef and seafood including a Vegetarian and Children's menu.
For an entrée, we had Cornish hen soup, baked quail with muscat sauce and steamed dim sims with the quail in particular being excellent.
The range of the mains was extensive and it took a while for us to decide but we eventually settled on Kangaroo burgundy pie, An Pobel under-roast (steak and kidney pie!), Atlantic salmon roulade and Seared Kangaroo fillet. All mains were very well cooked and well presented with the only negative comment being that there was a mismatch of meat to vegetables in the Kangaroo pie (too little meat).
Desert we selected was of Affagarto and a cheese platter.
The wine list was of good quality and reasonably priced.
Overall, we had a very enjoyable time, made even more so by the manager, Carol, who attended to all her guests with a pleasant and efficient approach.
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