As you approach the stunning Greenbank Hotel, you’ll first notice its impressive location – an instant reminder of why Falmouth is such a popular holiday destination. Perched on Falmouth’s historic waterfront, The Greenbank enjoys panoramic views of glistening blue water so you can while away the hours and watch the yachts sail past. Whether it’s a morning coffee and a spot of brunch, decadent afternoon tea, or an evening meal taking in the romance of this serene seaside gem, you’ll be delighted by the service.
When it comes to dining, the Water’s Edge restaurant offers unrivalled vistas and is as light and airy as it is stylish. Settle down at a comfy table and sip a cocktail as you peruse the menu of executive chef Nick Hodges’ award-winning cuisine. With two AA rosettes to its name, the Water’s Edge is all about bringing local produce to life, with imagination and spirit. Placing emphasis on fresh, local seafood, the menu has something for everyone.
Enjoy the likes of rosemary and garlic lamb shoulder with confit onions, fresh mint raita and griddled flatbread to start. You might follow with the glorious monkfish curry with sag aloo, oyster bhaji, coconut rice, and mango purée, which comes highly recommended. Chocolate crémeux with poached pear, toasted pearl barley and cocoa nibs is a dessert to be savoured. A carefully selected wine list completes the dining experience perfectly.
Look out for our review of Water’s Edge restaurant at The Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth in our recently released Cornwall Food & Drink Guide 2019. Get your FREE copy of the guide here or read a digital version of the guide here.