As 2020 and the pandemic progress…

We have continued with our Friday evening slot at St Piran’s Hall Goldsithney and Saturday slot at Marazion Community Centre (not this Saturday 12 September – see next post!). Thank you to all our customers – we’ve met so many great people locally and have built up a core of regulars who turn out every week come rain or shine.

Marazion & Goldsithney

Find us every Friday evening at St Pirin’s Hall, Goldsithney & every Saturday at Marazion Community Centre from 5 -8 pm

When weather is bad we will happily take orders from your car – in makeshift drive-thru style.

We  will publish the menu on Facebook on the Goldsithney and Rellubbus & St Hilary community pages and on the Marazion & Marazion Covid support pages.

Look forward to seeing you.

Debut evening at Goldsithney

 

Friday evening at St Pirans Hall was a great success as many local residents had not had a chance to ‘eat out’ in recent weeks. We tried to be as careful as possible to encourage social distancing and ensure people could get their food without putting themselves at risk. Contactless payments were a big help.

We will vary the menu, try and give you all a little advance warning of the next menu and hope to see you there again soon

Thanks to all who came.

Friday evenings in Goldsithney

If you fancy a falafel – nip down to St Pirans Hall, Goldsithney on Friday 29 May.
Then every Friday from 5 – 8 pm.

This Fridays menu:

warm pitta filled with homemade hot falafels, hummus,
salads & freshly made dressings and pickles

or

warm pitta filled with marinated chunks of chicken breast
hummus, salads & freshly made dressings and pickles

Iranian Stew

Waxy potatoes, squash, onions, tomato quarters and spinach with Iranians dried limes, chilies, barberries, tumeric & cumin
served with couscous (vegetarian, gluten free couscous available)

 

 

Menu may vary weekly dependent upon demand.
Vegan and gluten free options always available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In these difficult times

We were really pleased to be asked to provide meals for NHS frontline workers. They are doing such a great job in such a difficult situation we wanted to do our bit – so we are doing what we do best to let them concentrate on what they do best -save our lives.

So glad the NHS is financing this-with everything shut it must make things so difficult,

A forced break

Back at work planning dishes for the upcoming season after a long new year break – on New Years day Lindsay fractured her elbow and so was forced to take a month off.

She is back in action now and busy in the kitchen – there’s several events, wedding tastings and weddings as well as a couple of supper clubs over the next few months.

A Thank you from one of last years weddings…

 

Its always great to get lovely feedback – this came in such a great card we wanted to share it with you.

‘Thank you for all your hard work in giving us what was the best wedding food we could ever have hoped for.  It was exactly what we had imagined and more. We lost count of the number of compliments from guests who agreed with us.

Thank you also for the professional team you provided us with the day wouldn’t have run so smoothly without them’.

Thanks Alice and Jake