March/April foodie diary

The Greenbank
The Greenbank

The latest South West food and drink events and pop-ups for your calendar

Porthleven pop-up

Cornwall’s Origin Coffee is opening the kitchen at its Porthleven HQ for a brand new residency with local chef Oli Eustice of Kaupeka. 

Throughout spring and summer, Wednesdays to Sundays, Kaupeka will serve honest brunch and lunch dishes crafted from the very best Cornish ingredients and cooked over fire. On Fridays there’ll be an evening session where the Origin crew will serve a range of natural wines and craft beers.

On Mother’s Day, Oli will create an exclusive Sunday lunch menu (two courses for £20), with delicious options including line-caught sea bass, Cornish beef sirloin, and lemon and cardamom pudding.

Find out more here.

For one night only

This spring, Great British Menu regular Elly Wentworth will be hosting a series of one-off guest chef nights at The Angel – Taste of Devon in Dartmouth.

To kick off the series, on March 4 Elly will be joined in the kitchen by Chris Eden of Gidleigh Park and Jeffrey Robinson of New Yard Restaurant to create a six-course menu. £115 per person.

Find out more here.

The Dark, The Light and The Saison

The Driftwood Spars‘ annual beer festival returns to the St Agnes pub and microbrewery on March 4. The three-day celebration of all things beer related will feature tastings, live music and top-notch pub food.

Find out more here.

The Scenic Supper

Polytunnel suppers

Chef and veg-grower to the culinary stars (Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth are both fans) Ross Geach will be hosting pop-up supper clubs in his polytunnel at Trerethern Farm (AKA Padstow Kitchen Garden) on March 20 and April 16. Diners will be treated to a five-course surprise menu that’s crafted (almost exclusively) from ingredients grown on the farm. £45 per person.

Find out more here.

A taste of Cornwall at The Greenbank

The Greenbank‘s head chef Bobby Southworth has launched a series of tasting suppers at the iconic Falmouth hotel. The Bobby’s Taste of Cornwall events will run throughout the year and each unique menu will highlight the region’s fabulous seasonal produce.

Tickets are available for tasting dinners on March 24 and April 28 – visit The Greenbank website for more information (and also for the deets on future events). £69 per person. Read our review of the tasting supper here.

Find out more here.

The Cotswolds’ secret supper club returns

Gloucestershire’s worst-kept foodie secret is about to return to Todenham Manor Farm near Moreton-in-Marsh.

From April 1, The Scenic Supper crew will serve a creative menu of fine-dining dishes to small groups. Dinner will be served in bespoke glasshouses, providing diners with breath-taking views of the magical rural setting.

Find out more here.

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