This third branch of Fifteen (after London & Amsterdam) is a partnership between Jamie Oliver & local charity, the Cornwall Foundation of Promise. A principal purpose of the restaurant is to train disadvantaged young people as chefs & the students work on a pleasingly simple menu that's based largely on local produce. So expect a salad of proscuitto di tonno, shaved fennel, chilli & mint, or hand-dived scallop saltimbocca with borlotti all’uccelletto and good oil ahead of rose veal braised in milk and teamed withcrushed new potatoes, Hipse cabbage and black olive salsa or fillet of brill, young borlotti beans, courgettes, cherry tomatotoe brodo and saffron aioli. Vanilla bean pannacotta with accompanying blackcurrant compote & shortbread makes a good finish. Prices, admittedly, are steep - a compulsory £60 tasting menu is served at dinner - though stick to a lunchtime pasta or come for breakfast & things are more affordable. That said, the Fifteen cause is one that's worth supporting & the location is quite simply breathtaking: at high tide, the Atlantic Ocean laps below the restaurant's wraparound windows, while low tide exposes two & a half miles of champagne-coloured sand.