Launch party at The Edge Restaurant, Port Isaac
PUBLISHED: 13:46 20 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:53 20 February 2013
The Edge hosted a private launch party on Thursday 11th of March to celebrate the launch of a new menu that has been carefully collaborated by the new Head Chef Stephanie and Sous Chef Gemma, both fresh from Jamie Oliver's Fifteen at Watergate Bay
The Edge Restaurant at Port Isaac hosted a private launch party to celebrate the launch of a new menu that has been carefully collaborated by the new Head Chef Stephanie and Sous Chef Gemma, both fresh from Jamie Oliver's Fifteen at Watergate Bay. The tapas style food on offer was a celebration of Mediterranean flavours and colours, showcasing the talents of the chefs as well as the forthcoming spring menu.
The Edge is now open to the public for both a casual daytime lunch menu and a full evening menu. Teas, home baked breads and the Chef's Speciality Cakes are available throughout the day, with speciality coffees from Origin created by our professional barista. Evening service highlights the new approach for the restaurant, with food sourced on a local, seasonal, ethical basis. Dishes range from foraged truffles to local mussels; and they're only on the menu if they're fresh in that day. Vegetarians and children are catered for with dishes especially created for each in mind.
Of course some things don't change. You still get one of the finest views in the area, with a vista that stretches across to Tintagel's Norman church and down over the perilous cliffs at Port Gaverne.
The Edge Restaurant in Port Isaac is also the fictitious village of Port Wenn in Martin Clunes' famousDoc Martin.
To experience Spring at The Edge, book a table on 01208 880090 or email email@example.com.
The Edge, 6 New Road, Port Isaac PL29 3SB
'The Edge' restaurant is located high on the cliff tops giving beautifulviews over Port Gaverne, a pretty cove with safe beaches and crystal clear water. For walkers the Cornwall coastal path runs next to The Edge Restaurant making it a convenient stopping point. The footpath extends all around the coast of Cornwall, approx 258 miles.