Best Foodie New Year’s Resolutions

3 December 2015

This year we’re talking about the best New Year’s resolutions a foodie can have! So take a look below and see if you agree!                                  

1) Leave the Washing Up!

There’s nothing quite as good as having a delicious dinner and being able to go home and relax. So we encourage you to eat out more in the New Year and enjoy some high quality dining to inspire your foodie appetite. Our very own Silks Bistro and Champagne Bar is the only rosette awarded restaurant in Newquay town and you can enjoy some delicious discounts if you sign up for our newsletter.

2) Try Something New!

Whether you’ve always wanted to try a delicious oyster, cayenne flavoured squid or goats cheese mousse, take that step and tantalise your taste buds with a special treat.

3) Eat More Local Produce

Why not support local businesses and eat more fresh and local produce? Whether you’re buying it to cook at home with or eating out, you can help to support local businesses and eat food that hasn’t spent hours travelling!

4) Try Rosette Dining

There’s a reason why an establishment receives a rosette, so treat yourself and try some delicious dishes in 2016! Imagine, chicken supreme stuffed with sage mousse, wrapped in Serrano ham with fondant potato and buttered chard… Sounds appetising, doesn’t it?

5) Eat More Seafood

We’re lucky to be positioned right by the Atlantic Ocean. We have panoramic views of the coastline and like to make the most of our location with lots of fresh seafood dishes. So come into our Silks Bistro and Champagne Bar for pan-fried sea bass fillet with roasted vegetables, a roast pepper coulis, seared scallops and delectable olive oil new potatoes, or just a traditional battered cod and chips cooked to perfection!

Have you got a good New Year’s resolution? Be sure to tell us on Facebook or Twitter!

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