Reopening of award-winning pub near Wadebridge under new management

Formerly run by top chef Emily Scott, the St Tudy Inn pub and restaurant is opening under new management.

The St Tudy Inn was acquired by Bodmin-based Harbor Brewery in the summer.

The award-winning brasserie just opened the bar over the summer to quench the thirst of locals and visitors alike while putting the right team in place ahead of a full reopening today (December 4).

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Eddie Lofthouse, Managing Director of Harbor Brewing, said: “We are delighted to finally be able to reopen this beautiful village pub and its charming accommodation. Located in the heart of the St Tudy community, it holds a heritage as a true foodie destination, and we now have a fantastic team in place to deliver the exceptional, local yet accessible food offering that we seek here.

“Our experienced chef has worked hard to create our unique menus, which pair well with our own Harbor beers and our extensive beverage list.

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“We can’t wait to start inviting people to dinner by our roaring fires and to have people pinting around in time for Christmas. “

In charge of the kitchen is the new chef, Siaka Touray.

He joined the pub with impressive hospitality experience, working at Harvey Nichols’ Fifth Floor Café for 10 years, as well as other London establishments before moving to Cornwall in 2014.

He worked for Rick Stein and has recently been the chef at Pilchards in Port Gaverne for the past three years.

Siaka said: “We have designed the menus to have some of the classics you would expect from a rural country pub, but with a modern twist that will be unique to St Tudy Inn.

“Our team are ready to prepare excellent dishes that our diners will love, and we pride ourselves on standing up for local Cornish produce throughout the day.”

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The main menu will include braised pork belly, Harbor breaded cod, rib eye, whole baked Cornish sole and a sticky caramel pudding with curd cream.

Bar snacks include scotch nduja eggs, scampi in tartar sauce, pigs in blankets with honey and mustard, and goat cheese candy with squash and sage, as well as a club sandwich and a Cornish cheese toast.

Diners can also celebrate the holiday season at St Tudy Inn this year, with a three-course Christmas party and New Year’s menus available.

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