Harbour Lights

Harbour Lights

Cafés

0.5 miles
Mill Road, Coverack, Helston, TR12 6TE
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Sitting right on the seafront in the beautiful village of Coverack, Harbour Lights is an eatery that you need to know about. A café by day, Harbour Lights serves up the best of Cornish produce for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. From Thursday to Saturday, the café transforms into a fine restaurant showing a continued passion for locally sourced food in the form of a weekly changing set menu.

Chef Chloe, who trained in Cornwall, has also worked abroad in France, Spain and Switzerland, and as a mentor chef for Jamie Oliver at Fifteen. As such, she has the knowledge and skills to be able to keep the great selection of homemade treats coming thick and fast. Among the coffees, cakes and cream teas during the day is also a great choice of sandwiches and salads, while, in the evening, you can look forward to the likes of a delicious bowl of bouillabaisse or a fine Cornish steak. Chloe takes great pride in her job as chef patron, and maintains extremely high standards to ensure that everyone enjoys their dining experience and the food that she cooks. This passion has understandably resulted in the restaurant enjoying a regular trade, so booking is recommended for the ever-popular evening service
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Opening Hours:
Mon:10am-4pm
Tues:10am-4pm
Weds:10am-4pm
Thurs:12pm-4pm, 6pm-8.30pm
Fri:12pm-4pm, 6pm-8.30pm
Sat:12pm-4pm, 6pm-8.30pm
Sun:10am-4pm

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