Sunday Lunch Is Back At The Flying Fish

With the new Head Chef Andy Smith firmly entrenched in his new role and as the air gets chillier and the evenings draw in, what better way to spend your Sunday than with a long, lazy Sunday lunch.

Choose between roast sirloin and slow roasted belly pork for a contemporary take on a traditional Sunday lunch, or opt for the piscatorial passion that serves the restaurant so well with smocked haddock and clams or a vegetarian Pearl barley risotto with two courses for £15 and three courses for £20.

Wines are expertly paired to each dish perfect for a sumptuous Sunday afternoon, and with views of Gyllyngvase Beach and Falmouth Bay why not let time wash by in the award winning restaurant.

Let's celebrate the coming of winter with long lazy Sundays by the beach.

The Flying Fish Restaurant was awarded an AA rosette in February 2013 and has recently taken part in the Cornwall Food & Drink Festival and led the way in the annual Falmouth Oyster Festival. The restaurant is committed to cutting down their food miles wherever possible and sourcing as close to the Falmouth beach as produce allows. The abundant variety of excellent quality produce and award-winning producers is celebrated in the menu.

The Flying Fish offer a Cornish Taster Menu bringing together a skilful 6 course taster menu stocked by the rich Cornish larder surrounding the hotel.


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