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Over the years we've built strong relationships

 

As a local couple with experience working in some of the area’s best restaurants, Tom and Amy have developed strong relationships with a network of Penwith-based suppliers to help them promote their ethos of unpretentious, ingredient-driven cooking.

 

And while Nachos might be in short supply, The Mexico Inn’s seaside location and proximity to Newlyn (coupled with the chefs’ love of seafood) means you can always enjoy the freshest of fish dishes.

 

Matthew Stevens Fish

www.matthewstevens-cornishfish.com

Fresh fish & shellfish from Newlyn & Westcountry markets

Slight Hill farm

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Certified organic vegetables, herbs & salads. Bone Valley, Cornwall

Alsia Cross Market garden

www.alsiacross.co.uk

Certified organic vegetables, herbs & salads, St Buryan, Cornwall

Chypraze farm

www.chyprazefarm.co.uk

Family owned rare breed farm & butchery, St Just, Cornwall

Forest Produce

www.forestproduce.co.uk

Specialist ingredients for chefs. Tiverton, Devon

Mounts bay diary

www.mountsbaydairy.co.uk

Established supplier of Cornish dairy. Rospeath, Cornwall

The real Cornish crab company

www.therealcornishcrabcompany.co.uk

Cornish handpicked crab fished out of Newlyn harbour. Cornwall

Pocket full of stones

www.pocketfulofstones.co.uk

Independent Cornish distillery. Longrock, Cornwall

Tutts Clump

www.tuttsclumpcider.co.uk

Proper old fashioned cider. Bradfield, West Berkshire

Made at home

www.foodfromcornwall.co.uk

Freshly squeezed cordials & fruit purees. Newlyn, Cornwall

Crown Brewery

www.cornishcrown.co.uk

Small batch craft beers & real ales. Badgers cross, Penzance

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