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Breakfast in Falmouth

October 24, 2014 No Comments


Which would you rather, wake up and cook for an hour in the kitchen, quickly eat your breakfast and then do all the washing up, or stroll to a relaxing café, read a magazine and drink some delicious fresh coffee with your pastry…. I know which I would prefer!

While eating out for breakfast is perhaps a luxury, it is a must while enjoying your holiday. Falmouth has so many options we’ve decided to tell you some of our favourites..

For the view – Gylly Beach Café

It’s hard to come to Falmouth and not visit Gyllynvase beach, the café is open all day but breakfast on the beach is a real treat! From a full English to delicious pancakes with maple syrup and the option of sitting inside or out. You can also bring your four legged friend, perfect location for your morning walk.

For the coffee – Espressini

Recently in the Independent’s “Top 50 independent coffee shops in the UK”, Espressini have just opened their new kitchen and it’s already a hit with the locals. Serving hot food, pastries (from down the road at Stones Bakery) and locally roasted coffee (Olfactory) all you need to do is put your feet up.

For the full English – Pier Cafe

Set on the Prince of Wales Pier watch all the boats in the harbour go by while enjoying your traditional full English!

On the go – Picnic Cornwall

Take your breakfast to the harbour and watch the boats, Picnic can recommend all the best picnic spots and will prepare your breakfast from local ingredients. Try the homemade granola with local yoghurt!


Cornwall: In The Know – Espressini

January 14, 2014 No Comments

Perfect for a relaxing breakfast, a light lunch, catching up with friends, and oh the cake! And that’s not even mentioning the coffee.


Espressini has quickly built up a name for itself around Falmouth for its amazing artisan coffee. With quirky furniture and interesting artwork exhibitions Rupert and his team have made Espressini a wonderful comfortable place for a break from whatever you may be doing. With regular events like pop-up food evenings and musicians and recently been in the independents top 50 coffee shops and is well worth a visit!

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