Driftwood Hotel

Rosevine, Portscatho , UK,

SquareMeal Review of Driftwood Hotel

Stunning ocean views & a private beach lure holidaymakers to this secluded boutique hotel high above Rosevine – although Chris Eden’s cooking also draws its fair share of adoring foodies. The Cornish chef embraces ‘terroir’ & tackles local pickings with the sort of respectful aplomb you’d expect from a graduate of The Square & The Wolseley in London – just consider rolled skate wings perched atop gooey pork belly with blobs of celeriac & apple purées for company. The bright dining room also provides a suitably unpretentious backdrop for, say, a trio of venison (a spiced kofta kebab, fillet, & intense shepherd’s pie) or a slab of buttery caramelised pineapple in filo pastry, topped with lime & coconut ice cream. Round off with Cornish cheeses or perhaps a digestif on the terrace, accompanied by the sound of waves on the shore.

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