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Straight to The Point with food that's local

By West Briton  |  Posted: June 28, 2012

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WITH stunning views over Newland Island and Pentire Point, the restaurant and bar at The Point, Polzeath is a new beacon for all food lovers in the area.

Championing local, Cornish produce, the menu offers simple and delicious dishes at sensible prices.

The menu is tailored towards all-day dining. The core a la carte menu offers a popular selection of locally reared meats, daily landed fish and family favourites served seven days a week for lunch and dinner.

Sunday lunch is the real highlight with slowly roasted meats, fluffy roasties and generous jugs of gravy.

A breakfast menu ensures the golfers have a good feed before hitting the course, while afternoon tea is served from 3pm with delicious treats – all made in-house by The Point's secret weapon, Fiona, including her flapjacks, brownies and scones.

Finally the Crib menu is just the ticket for those looking for a light bite between 11am and 11pm, including Port Isaac crab sandwich, home-made pasties, sausage rolls and toasted sandwiches.

While creating the menu, great care and attention was paid to meeting all the local suppliers, and selecting the best produce for the customers.

From Treleaven ice cream, reminiscent of Italian gelato yet made a few miles away from Polzeath, to Tregothans Cornish-grown teas.

Origins supplies the locally roasted coffee and wines are hand-picked from Wadebridge wines. Children are always welcome, with their own special two-course menu at £4.95 and plenty of activities to keep the little ones busy. The Point's milkshake menu is sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike, made with Treleaven ice creams and whole fruit.

The Point is sure to become the central hub for local residents and holidaymakers in Polzeath and Rock.

Opening Hours are from Monday to Saturday, 8am to 11pm and Sunday, 8.30am to 9.30pm. Breakfast is served 8am to 11am and afternoon tea from 3pm to 6pm.

The a la carte menu is available from noon to 3pm and 5.30pm to 10pm.

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