Fifteen Cornwall celebrates the Cornish Harvest
Fifteen Cornwall’s seasonal promotional lunches are making a comeback, with the return of the three course Cornish Harvest set lunch from the end of September.
Guests visiting the restaurant will be able to enjoy three courses of locally produced food with a flavour of Italy, for £24 per person. The menu will celebrate the beautiful bounty of Cornish produce that is harvested at this time of year, and offers the chance to indulge and reconnect after a busy summer before the winter nights close in.
With a menu that changes daily depending on what is delivered to the kitchen door by the restaurant’s suppliers, there will always be something new and excitingly different to choose from each day.
Favourite dishes for this time of year include: Toscano salami, squash, pumpkin seeds and crispy sage for starters; or main courses of wood-fired Cornish chicken with a hearty Italian chickpea stew and nduja dressing; or a crispy fillet of salted hake, lentils, purple sprouting broccoli, rosemary and anchovy. For pudding, popular autumnal choices include vanilla panna cotta with plums and shortbread or Fifteen Cornwall’s signature rhubarb and cinnamon cake with toffee sauce.
The £24 Harvest lunches run from 28 September to 16 October 2015. Available Monday to Friday lunchtimes only, priced at 3 courses for £24 per person.
To view a sample menu go to: www.fifteencornwall.co.uk/cornish-harvest/
To book please visit www.fifteencornwall.co.uk or call on: 01637 861000, option 1.
“With a menu that changes daily depending on what is delivered to the kitchen door by the restaurant’s suppliers, there will always be something new and excitingly different to choose from each day.”
Photograph by David Loftus: Toscano salami, squash, pumpkin seeds and crispy sage
Notes to editors
Opened in May 2006, Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall uses the magic of food to empower and inspire young people in Cornwall to become professional chefs. Owned by the Cornwall Food Foundation, Fifteen Cornwall aims to recruit 15-20 young people aged 16-24 each year to become the chefs of the future.
Cornwall Food Foundation inspires people in Cornwall through food to make meaningful change in their lives. An independent, registered charity it is best known for managing the Fifteen Cornwall Apprentice Programme and Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall restaurant.
The Foundation also runs a successful schools programme which sees over 1,000 school children visit the restaurant and actively engages with 30 schools through the schools healthy eating programme. The Foundation is currently working on some exciting new projects that involve vocational training opportunities and engaging communities through food-related activities that focus on health, education and employment.