Posts Tagged ‘cornwall’

Langmans Restaurant, Callington

July 24th, 2009    •  by Bethia    •   No Comments »

Langmans is a small restaurant in the Cornish town of Callington, run by husband and wife team Anton and Gail Buttery. Langmans is open three nights a week offering a six course tasting menu based on local and seasonal ingredients. Anton does all of the cooking, including breads and petit fours and Gail presides over the front of house. Given their size Langmans are able to offer a personal touch that many restaurants only aspire to. As you arrive you are seated in the bar /lounge area, offered drinks and delicious nibbles and given time to peruse the menu, specify […]

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Cornwall: Looe and Liskeard

July 21st, 2009    •  by Bethia    •   2 Comments »

We spent a couple of beautiful days in the area of Looe and Liskeard in Cornwall. It is easy to see why so many people visit Cornwall every year, especially on a sunny day walking on the coastal path with the scent of honeysuckle and elderflower. The pride that the Cornish take in their food is both apparent and understandable. Cornwall is famous for its seafood, as anyone who has ever watched Rick Stein will know. We went to Pengelly’s a very well known and popular fishmongers, where the fish comes from small day boats. We were lucky enough to […]

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