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Great raw materials are what fuels us in the kitchen at Rastella restaurant. Artisan produce gets whipped, folded, cured, cut, smoked, poached, baked and seared by our precision team, to enhance the finest that Falmouth has to offer.

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A Proper Cornish Scone

Try Chef Hylton’s Cornish gem of a recipe. Spread with a thick layer strawberry jam, lashings of Clotted Cream and a pot of tea.  Guaranteed to taste even better packed as a picnic and served at the beach. Scones Makes 12 480 g …

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Slow Food

We are proud to be members of Slow Food, an organisation that I have known of since I first started cooking. For me there has always been a connection to nature and food beyond the obvious. Food harvested and eaten on a beach will be the best …

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Powering our way to a greener future

Embarking further into our mission to create a green and more efficient approach to the way we travel. The  recent installation of a combined heat and power (CHP) unit will run the baseline energy (electric and heat) demand using the natural gas …

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100,000 pieces of plastic saved from landfill

  Smother yourself in delicious temple spa products whilst helping us take steps in saving the planet. We’ve updated our in-room products from 30ml bottles to 300ml in a bid to rid ourselves of plastic waste.  This means that each …

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On the water

Living in Falmouth it is hard not to get into Sailing, the town has such a rich sailing heritage with near perfect conditions for the novice and experienced sailor alike. As a surfer I have spent a fair chunk of my lifetime in the sea and have …

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Westcountry Farm Visit

On a lovely sunny Cornish day, of which we have had quite a few lately, myself and two senior members of the kitchen team took a trip into the farm lands of Mylor. We met up with Sam from Westcountry Fruit sales in a lush field just outside of …

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Ice and a slice

Who remembers a time where you would walk into a bar, order for a gin and tonic and wait for the “ice and a slice?”reply?  When lime instead of lemon was the new cosmopolitan garnish for a Gordon’s and Slimline? For all you lovers …

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TOG

For a chef, knives are the tools of their craft.  They allow the imagination to run wild in curating a dish and through mastering their skill they learn how to respect their produce.  Keeping his questions sharp and on point, Chef Hylton chats …

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Graduation gatherings at Rastella

Pick a spot outdoors in the subtropical gardens or pull up a chair at Rastella and let us feed the family during graduation. Join us for lunch anytime between 16th and 28th July and tuck into three courses for just £18. We’ll even throw in …

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