What’s better than one award-winning chef? Three of them cooking together of course!

Having scooped over half of the Taste of the West awards in Cornwall, Looe’s winning restaurants are coming together to celebrate and showcase the best food the local area has to offer with a one-off taster evening at Barclay House on November 30th – ‘Three Chefs better than one’.

Barclay House and its sister restaurant Trawlers on the Quay both scooped gold awards while other Looe based restaurant Squid Ink picked up a silver Taste of the West award. To commemorate the highly distinguished achievements an exclusive six course taster menu has been designed by Barclay House head chef, Benjamin Palmer as well as Jono Hancock and Sarah Hall from Squid Ink.

The one off menu will pay homage to locally inspired dishes reflecting Looe’s ever growing reputation as an enviable foodie destination. Guests will be treated to an inventive, freshly prepared taster menu perfectly designed to showcase a range of appetising Cornish cuisine.

Established in 1991 the Taste of the West awards champion the region’s exceptional food and drink. The highly sought after accolade mirrors all three restaurants commitment to sourcing excellent quality local produce. The two AA Rosette awarded Barclay House and sister restaurant Trawlers on the Quay are two of only three restaurants in Cornwall to be given a gold award from Taste of the West in 2010.

Resident proprietor Graham Brooks comments “Both Barclay House and our sister restaurant are very proud to be forming a winning partnership with fellow Taste of the West winner Squid Ink. The taster menu will include an exciting mix of contributions from the best chefs Looe has to offer, guaranteeing a special one off foodie experience for guests – 3 chefs really will be better than one.”

The indulgent six course taster menu priced at £35 per person will be available on 30th November and is available to book now directly with Barclay House. To make a reservation call the hotel on 01503 262929.

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