Of course, Tom Thumb isn’t the only spot in Newquay catering to vegans and vegetarians.Cornwall forms the westernmost part of the south-west peninsula of the island of Great Britain, and a large part of the Cornubian batholith is within Cornwall.
“There’s been a lot of change in Newquay over the past six years and it’s less about the stag and hen-do culture now.” With a staff of two other people, the pair make all their own syrups, as well as their own Vermouth and barrel-aged cocktails.
Saunders recommends the Flor Armago and does not steer me wrong; it’s a warm and welcoming drink you can sink into with Ancho Reyes Chile liqeuer, Noilly Prat dry vermouth, elderflower cordial and peach bitters.
Their vegan mezze board is also a delicious treat served on a wooden board with generous helpings of dolma, artichoke and falafel.
St Austell Parish Church was consecrated in 1259, although an earlier church existed on the site in 1169. For more information about the church visit their website Holy Trinity, St Austell Another building of note within the town is the 17th century Market House.
Norman parts of the church still remain - St Michael's Chapel and the fine font. The name St Austell derives from the Saint who is first mentioned in the 10th century as being the patron of the church here.