• The Hidden Hut, Porthcurnick - Reassuring, raffish and very British - restaurant review | Grace Dent

    4 monthes ago - By The Guardian

    A seaside shack on the south Cornish coast cooking homestyle food served with love - and a large helping of nostalgia The Hidden Hut is a Cornish beach shack on a National Trust coastal path on the Roseland Peninsula. It sells cakes and tea and hearty lunches. It sells Cornish steak pasties, clotted cream ice-cream and fragments of bygone, possibly misremembered British summers. An era where, for a lot of us, abroad seemed very far away, and a summer holiday meant one week in a static caravan in Filey and sleeping on a pull-out hammock dangling over a chip pan. For me, the Hidden Hut...
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