To spend a Sunday with a few of your nearest and dearest, stomping along the coast before indulging in a long and lazy lunch, is one of Britain’s great autumnal traditions
At Brasserie on the Bay at St Michaels Resort in Falmouth, the talented chefs and front of house team know how special this Sunday ritual is. The hotel’s location, mere metres away from world-class Gyllyngvase Beach and the South West Coast Path, makes it popular with those who like to walk up an appetite for lunch.
Diners can continue to feast on the gorgeous sea views from their table within the restaurant. Sunday lunch is a two or three-course affair, although a glance at the full line-up makes it apparent that missing out on a starter or dessert would be a rookie error.
Sticklers for tradition will swoon over the prospect of roasted rump of Cornish beef or slow-cooked pork belly with a full house of fripperies (golden roasties, gloriously cheesy cauliflower bake, rosemary-roasted beetroot, harissa-spiked squash, seasonal greens and monster Yorkshire pud), while opportunists will make the most of the setting and get stuck into a bowl of plump Cornish mussels to start and roasted fillet of hake with gnocchi and sea vegetables to follow.
Indulging in dessert is another excuse for one more stroll along the beautiful stretch of coastline. Choose feather-light meringues showered with strawberries and cream, or layer up for winter via warm sticky treacle tart topped with a generous scoop of local clotted cream.
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Terms and conditions
The prize Two course Sunday lunch for four at St Michaels Resort.
Valid until 31st March, cannot be combined with any other offer, cannot be taken on Sundays throughout December or Sunday 22nd March.
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This competition closes for entries on October 31, 2019.