Located in the picturesque north coast village of St Agnes, Sour Grapes is a family-run bar and restaurant serving up top-notch food and drink. You’re guaranteed a warm welcome from staff who provide a friendly yet sophisticated atmosphere.
Those dining from the expertly crafted à la carte menu can choose from starters such as cod and chorizo ﬁshcake, baked goat’s cheese and mozzarella crostini, and seared scallops with black pudding and caramelised apple. Tempting main courses include the sumptuous slow-cooked pork belly served with Dauphinoise potatoes, and the trio of local ﬁsh, comprising lemon sole, monk ﬁsh and haddock accompanied by honey-baked new potatoes and a basil Hollandaise sauce. There’s also a range of succulent steaks and hearty burgers as well as vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. To ﬁnish your meal, try the decadent salted caramel cheesecake, or perhaps one of Sour Grapes’ liqueur coffees – particularly delicious is the French coffee, which is made with Grand Marnier.
Sour Grapes boasts an extensive wine list with over 30 offerings from around the world – including a delightful pinot noir rosé brut from Cornwall’s Camel Valley. There’s also a range of lager on tap, making this the ideal spot for a drink with friends. Thanks to a well-appointed function room with its own private bar and room for up to 100 guests, Sour Grapes can ably cater for those celebrating a special occasion.