Driftwood is a boutique seaside hotel on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula. Overlooking the crystal blue sea, the restaurant here offers outstanding locally-sourced, seasonal food.
Their acclaimed chef is Olly Pierrepont, whose experience pedigree includes working at Raymond Blanc’s two Michelin star Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons and La Trompette in London, where he was head chef before moving to Cornwall.
Overlooking Gerrans Bay, near Portscatho, Driftwood is not only in an utterly glorious location, but also boasts four AA rosettes.
Olly, a hugely talented chef, combines his repertoire of French and European food with locally-provenanced ingredients to provide outstanding cuisine using fresh Cornish seafood and meat from roaming cattle.
His signature dishes include Anyhoe Park Deer, Potato Galette, and Wild Cornish Monkfish, providing a true ‘field to fork’ experience from local food suppliers.
If you seek coastal food with a difference, this is your place.