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Snoozy boozy Sunday lunch

Published on March 8, 2019
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Sure, tucking into Sunday lunch at home with the extended family is great but rounding up the gang for an indulgent roast cooked by somebody else is a much more tempting tradition. The Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth is giving the Great British custom a brilliantly boozy makeover with its uber indulgent Snoozy Boozy Sunday Lunch …

We’d recommend rounding up the chums for a hunger-inducing stroll around Falmouth’s historic harbour before hitting The Greenbank for its new Snoozy Boozy Sunday lunch. Whether it’s indulging in one-too-many impossibly fluffy rosemary roasties or the unnecessary final scrapings of the date-stuffed sticky toffee pudding which push your gluttony, you’ll need to work up an appetite if you’re to avoid a food-induced coma.

Round two of the gorgeous harbour views come as a side with lunch as the hotel’s aptly named Water’s Edge Restaurant boasts panoramic views over the water. Traditional roast beef with all the trimmings – we’re talking Yorkshire puds, garlic and rosemary roast potatoes, honey glazed parsnips, chantenay carrots, cauliflower leek gratin, fresh greens, horseradish and pan gravy – makes a rather decadent main dish.

Of course there’s always room for dessert and lip-smacking options include white chocolate and pistachio parfait with candied hazelnuts and sea salt caramel, and a chocolate and orange pudding with Cointreau anglaise and vanilla ice cream *drool*.

Two courses for four plus two bottles of wine £90. To book call The Greenbank Hotel on 01326 312440 quoting “Snoozy Boozy”


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