It was fabulous, and we all had delicious meals…
My stepdad had swordfish, which was a lovely meaty fish, with chips in a brown butter and caper sauce.
My brother went for classic battered haddock and chips, with possibly the best tartare I’ve ever tasted.
I opted for Cornish megrim sole, with potato dauphinoise (again, probably the best dauphinoise I’ve ever had the pleasure of experiencing!) in a caper and brown butter sauce.
And finally, my Mum went for sea bass fillets (with a lovely crispy skin), crushed garlic and rosemary new potatoes, and seasonal vegetables.
Before jumping into bed and waking up to more…
This morning, we woke up and did the walk back to St. Ives to experience the best of the town in the day.
Just look at beautiful Carbis Bay again – I could never get bored of these views!
We browsed the little shops of the town, tasting clotted cream fudge and fresh bread along the way…
Picked up fresh Cornish scones, browsing some of the wonderful local art, and nibbling at fresh crab sandwiches and Cornish pasties along the way. The food is wonderful in St. Ives, and you really are spoilt for choice!
I just love the look of these 1930s style travel posters of the local Cornish areas… Do you?