Gylly Beach Cafe, Falmouth

A fabulous light-filled beach café right on Gyllyngvase Beach, minutes away from Falmouth train station, this is an incredible place to eat, providing fine homemade, freshly-cooked food.

Overlooking Henry’s VIII’s coastal fortress, picturesque Pendennis Castle, this family-run café provides a warm welcome. Superb service makes it popular with locals and visitors alike.

Set up and transformed by owners, Simon and Viv, in 2000, the café is open 364 days a year. By day, a chilled beach café, by night a buzzing restaurant, this is a unique, stylish place to enjoy good food with a great atmosphere.

Food is all locally-sourced wherever possible, with fish from St Ives, meat from Launceston, eggs from St Ewe, beer from St Austell, and bread from next door! Yes, a glass-fronted beach bakery brings hand-crafted artisan bread to the café, including focaccia, brioche and even Provencal fougasse for a European feel.

From a full Cornish breakfast to a burrito, through to gorgeous home-made cakes and brownies, or a full-on innovatively created evening meal from the local chefs, there’s plenty to try at Gylly.

To make your visit extra special, try a Sunday music nights, featuring the best of Cornish musical talent. Unmissable.

 

 

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