Keeping it local: Cornish Coffee

We like to keep it local, it makes sense on so many levels. We are supporting local employers and in turn their local workforce, reducing air miles and bringing you great local products. Here, we feature local supplier Cornish Coffee.

Who doesn’t love a good cup of coffee? Our coffee gets lots of compliments and it’s local! Cornish Coffee are specialists in small-batch roasting right ...

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Keeping it local – WestCountry Fruit Sales

Here at the Pandora Inn we believe in keeping it local, it makes sense on so many levels. It means we are supporting local employers and in turn their local workforce, reducing air miles and bringing you fresh, locally grown Cornish produce. Here’s the first in a series of features on our great local suppliers.

We purchase our fruit and vegetables from ...

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Pandora is finalist in two award categories

The Pandora Inn has been named as a finalist in not one, but two, categories in this year’s Cornwall Tourism Awards!

“We’re thrilled to be a finalist again in the ‘Pub of the Year’ category in this prestigious tourism event,” says Steve Bellman who, with John Milan, is this year celebrating 20 years at the helm of the Pandora Inn.

“It’s a great result as it means the Pandora will have been a finalist every year since 2010 – and no other ...

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New video shows the magic of the Pandora Inn

The Pandora Inn is blessed with the most magical setting on the banks of Restronguet Creek. Our new video brings out the natural beauty of the location and we hope you’ll agree shows this iconic Cornish pub at its very best. With shots taken both inside and out, it really gives you a flavour of what makes the Pandora Inn an award-winning pub.

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Easy Mini Sponge Pud

Serves 4

The steamed honey and pecan nut pudding with apple compote on our menu is extremely popular, so we thought we’d share the recipe with you. A lot of people frown on the use of microwaves, but there are times when they are the perfect tool for the job – and this is one of them! 

For the pudding

  • 115g sugar
  • 115g butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 115g self raising flour
  • Zest of one orange
  • Zest of one lemon
  • 4 tablespoons honey
  • 1 tablespoon (finely chopped) pecan nuts
  1. Cream the sugar and ...
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Poacher’s Broth

This is a great time of year for game. It’s healthy, lean meat and, if you are lucky, might arrive on your doorstep for free if you have a friendly farmer or shooter who might drop off a brace of pheasants or a couple of rabbits. This dish is warming and hearty and utterly delicious. You can use pheasant, or pretty much any game, although rabbit is especially good, so give it a go.

You will need:

8 pheasant legs
25g ...

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