Set amongst 66 acres of meadows, woodland and oak-lined streams, Coombeshead Farm is a farm, five bed guesthouse, restaurant and bakery created by chefs Tom Adams and April Bloomfield in the heart of Cornwall’s countryside.   

Delicious Magazine: Who says London has it all?

Delicious Magazine: Who says London has it all?

Excerpt from 'Who says London has it all? 10 Restaurants to try in 2018'
by Elizabeth Carter

Original article published in Delicious Magazine print edition, January 2018


Britain’s dining scene has never been more vibrant, says Elizabeth Carter. New trends pop up all the time and areas previously devoid of decent nosh are becoming culinary destinations. 

Coombeshead Farm, Lewannick, Cornwall; coombesheadfarm.co.uk
A restored 18th-century farmstead set in 66 acres of meadow and woodland marks a joining of forces between chefs Tom Adams of London’s Pitt Cue and April Bloomfield of NYC’s The Spotted Pig – who pops back to the UK whenever she can. The drill is a regularly changing five-course set dinner, served in a single sitting at a 12-seater table. It’s rustic, unfussy fare utilising foraged materials to back up the in-house cured pork and excellent local organic meats.

The Guardian: Hyperlocal heroes

The Guardian: Hyperlocal heroes