Cornish meadery experience

Pendeen, Newlyn

For a truly unique dining experience, make your way to one of West Cornwall’s meaderies. A meadery is an informal restaurant with medieval décor (think flags and wooden tables) that serves traditional mead (fruit wine) and fried ‘chicken in the rough’ on wooden platters. There’s the Newlyn Meadery and Trewellard Meadery (Pendeen). Make sure you book your table. Yeghes Da!

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