The Mexico Inn Michelin Restaurant

This roadside inn is run by an experienced local couple, who host regular quiz and live music nights. It has a touch of the shabby-chic about it, with a wood-burner in the bar and a sunnier room to the rear – and there’s a lovely suntrap terrace too. Classic pub dishes are gutsy and flavourful. The Mexico Inn has been a cornerstone of Longrock for more than 200 years. Now its food-fanatic owners have created a warm, welcoming atmosphere to be enjoyed by visitors and locals alike. By focusing on using local produce to create uncomplicated, ingredient-driven food and providing an inviting environment to enjoy a pint or two, the Mexico has something for everyone.

Tom and Amy have been behind the stoves of the most prestigious eateries in the South West. Since meeting at the Abbey Restaurant, Penzance, in 2007, the couple have travelled the world and held top positions in the kitchens of both The Gurnard’s Head, Zennor, and The Old Coastguard, Mousehole. Tom and Amy’s dream of having a place of their own was realised in 2015 and they have embraced the challenge of putting their own distinctive stamp on The Mexico. The Mexico’s shelves heave with well-thumbed cookbooks, making the place pleasantly cluttered. Service is lovely: warm and knowledgeable. It’s as if they’re actually happy to see you.”

Cornwall Multi-Entry Multi-Directional Visitors Guide © Simon Newbound

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