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Introducing Port Isaac's latest foodie-find

Perched above the picturesque fishing village of Port Isaac, The Black Wine Bar and Café offers a cosy and intimate ambience; the perfect spot from which to try an impressive array of Cornish culinary delights.

Seafood-lovers will delight in the extensive selection of local shellfish, from Porthilly oysters to Port Isaac lobster. If seafood’s not your style, why not indulge in a confit duck leg or a succulent steak burger. Vegetarians can opt for a range of seasonal, fresh-from-the-garden dishes, namely summer linguine with tender-stem broccoli, broad beans and basil pesto.

True to its name, The Black Wine Bar and Café boasts an impressive wine list. With an extensive selection of wines from across the globe, it's a haven for wine enthusiasts. If wine doesn't float your boat, treat yourself to a classic cocktail; perhaps a comforting Espresso Martini in the winter months, or a refreshing Aperol Spritz in the summer season.

Inside, a vibrant green-tiled bar awaits, elegantly dividing diners from the lively open kitchen. Expect warm and woody interiors with an abundance of natural light flooding through the feature window, framed by a cosy window seat.

Descending from a family of fisherman, chef Ryan is sure to impress with his thoughtful incorporation of regional flavours and produce. Every detail has been carefully considered, right down to the bread, with delicious sourdough arriving fresh from Coombeshead Farm. What's more, take advantage of daily specials.

Book your table by emailing [email protected] or call 01208 881113, with availability over the Christmas and New Year period.

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