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Summer recipe: coriander cured salmon

August 7th, 2014

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Our head chef Ben Bass loves nothing more than creating new dishes for our guests at Q Restaurant. Here’s his recipe for ‘coriander cured salmon with avocado, fennel and smoked tomato’. About this dish Ben says: “This is a really tasty starter or supper for those early autumn evenings. Refreshing and light, this dish is rich without any heavy creams or butters. It’s also gluten and dairy free and full of healthy fats.” Happy cooking. Coriander cured salmon, avocado, fennel and smoked tomato  […]

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Five of the best restaurants to visit during January

January 17th, 2014

Christmas may be over, but for us the season of enjoying delicious food never ends. We love the mix of gastronomy Cornwall has to offer; however during January, it is often hard to find restaurants open as many close for refurbishment or a well-earned break. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite restaurants which remain open for business to help keep the winter blues at bay.   Fifteen Cornwall We couldn’t leave Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall at Watergate […]

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Recipe from Ben Bass: braised pig’s cheek with pearl barley risotto

December 20th, 2013

As we move towards the festive break there’s a big focus on food, especially here at the Old Quay House where our head chef Ben Bass will be busy in the kitchen. Here’s a Q Restaurant favourite and a recipe that Ben swears by. It involves a bit of preparation, but pig’s cheeks are an often overlooked part of meat and are very tender when cooked for a long time. They can be purchased from most local butchers and are […]

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