The Shore Restaurant offers a small seafood menu crafted using the best ingredients available on a daily basis. Ethically sensitive produce help us create our dishes, from day boat fish to local growers and farmers. Most of all, we want to make you happy when you are our guests and we always welcome feedback.
If you have any special requests (such as allergies, vegetarian or meat options) you are welcome to contact Bruce at the restaurant to discuss how we can meet your needs. Any dietary requirements must be notified at least 24 hours in advance of dining.
My philosophy is simple
I source the best quality and freshest fish from Newlyn market daily with emphasis on sustainability and quality and supporting the local fishermen.
By creating dishes focusing on local vegetables & herbs, some from my own garden, most from local farms, I write a menu which celebrates our county and country.
The Shore is a small family owned restaurant with just me in the kitchen (I am also the decorator, handyman, receptionist and occasional waiter)
I arrive early each day to make the bread (using organic flour from Jonathan Cook at Prior’s Flour Mill in Cambridge) and to prepare all of the fish and accompaniments for the menu. Everything here is made on site by myself so if you have any questions or dietary requirements, given notice, I can tailor my menu to suit you.
Your evening should be relaxed and laid back with little pomp or presumption. Please just relax and let us look after you, and don’t forget; if you would like anything you just need to ask and we shall do our best to please you.
Thank you for coming to my wee restaurant,
Optional drinks flight £36
Red mullet – Nigiri
Mackerel – Sashimi style, beetroot, wasabi sorbet
Porthilly Oyster – Breaded, taco, apple, green rocoto chilli
Miso soup – Jigged squid, winter radish, scallions
Brill – Jerusalem artichoke, coffee, hazelnut
Monkfish Cheek – Hoi sin, fermented cabbage
Cod – Cauliflower, Indian spices, lime pickle, coriander
Parsnip – Ice cream, pink rhubarb, ginger
Chocolate – Walnut praline, passionfruit sorbet
|Sparkling wine & Champagne|
|Prosecco, Argeo Brut, Ruggeri, Veneto, Italy
Bright and lively sparkler, dry and refreshing
|Rivarose Prestige Brut NV, Provence, France
Fresh scents of raspberry and strawberry carried on a wave of fine bubbles
|Brut NV, Alfred Gratien , France
A Champagne with an elegant nose of citrus blossom, followed by a delicate and precise palate showing toasty brioche and honey
|Perle 2010, Ferarri, Trentino, Italy
An intense bouquet, with scents of almond blossom, rennet apples and a faint spiciness. Dry, crisp and elegant, with a very persistent finish
|Blanc de blancs 2009 , Alfred Gratien, France
The nose is particularly complex revealing pear and vanilla, ripe wheat, lemon rind, as well as jasmine, toasted almonds and fresh pastry.
|Cortese 2016, Amonte, Italy
An easy-drinking dry white with mouth-watering fresh lemon and a classic mineral tinge
|Elki Pedro Ximenez 2016, Vina Falernia, Chile
A lively little number made from an unusual variety, rarely seen in South America. Delicate peach notes with a subtle herbaceous character
|Moraleda Chardonnay 2016, Navarra, Spain
a nose of white flowers, citrus notes and tropical fruits. It is a wine with good acidity providing it freshness and a long aftertaste
|Picpoul de Pinet 2017, Reserve Roquemoliere, Languedoc, France
Crisp, light and aromatic with remarkable freshness and subtle peachy notes
|Viognier 2016, Mandrarossa, Sicily
Floral and white peach aromas with a medium body and lovely defined tropical fruit on the palate
|Sauvignon Blanc Land Made 2016, Yealands, Nz
Notes of stone fruit and guava with a long, crisp mineral finish.
|Furmint 2016, Patricius, Tokaj, Hungary
An exquisite dry white wine with crisp mineral definition and layers of almonds, honey and apricots.
|The hermit crab 2016, Viognier/Marsanne, d’Arenberg, Australia
The Viognier takes centre stage on the nose in the guise of stone fruits, candied ginger and florals. The palate has a lovely medium bodied weight.
|Albarino 2017, Eidosela, Rias Baixas, Spain
This Galician beauty shows delicate fruit character on a refreshing mineral tinged palate
|Cellar aged Elizabeth Semillon 2007, Mt. Pleasant, Australia
Fresh limes, grapefruit, lemon blossom and cut grass jump out on the nose giving this wine great complexity. It has a lively fresh citrus palate
|Allemanda Moscato Bianco Secco 2017, Planeta, Sicily
Jasmine, rose petals, hibiscus, pink grapefruit and marine aromas; a poetic explosion. In the mouth savoury and fresh, balanced and elegant.
|Chablis 2015, Domaine Bernard Defaix, France
Absolutely classic Chablis, beautifully textured with a rounded, honeyed palate and great finesse
|Gewurtztraminer 2015, Trimbach, Alsace, France
If you are expecting a heavy lychee-richness you will be surprised by the incredibly pure fresh and grapey nose of this Alsace classic. The palate is dry, but extremely full bodied, with a peppery finish
|Verdicchio Classico Superiore 2013, Vecchi vigne, Umani Ronchi, Italy
The nose has notes of matured apricot, pineapple, peach, hints of wild mint, sage and nut. On the palate the wine is dry, elegant and smooth.
|Eroica Riesling 2015, Chateau Ste. Michel, Washington, USA
This Riesling offers sweet lime and tangerine aromas with subtle mineral notes, and a mouth-watering acidity that is beautifully balanced by the generously fruity Washington grapes
|Pouilly-Fuisse, Domaine Ferret 2016, Burgundy, France
A true expression of the personality of the village of Fuissé. Half the blend is aged in 2-5 year old barrels and the result shows great balance between weight and freshness, with elegance derived from seamless minerality. Layers of subtle notes combine stone fruits, acacia flowers and spiced hazelnut butter
|Karia Chardonnay 2015, Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, California, USA
Aromas of peach, yellow apple, spice and a pleasing sweet cream vanilla note. The palate is alive with citrus and light honey notes that lead to a lingering, fresh, minerally finish
|L’Ampelograph 2016, Grenache rose, France
A pale colour with notes of pomegranate , wild strawberry and flowers
|Planeta Rose 2016, Sicilia, Planeta
A pale colour with notes of pomegranate , wild strawberry and flowers
|Le Pas du Moine 2016, Gassier, rose, Provence, France
Pale pink colour. Beguiling and elegant fruit, dry, super-smooth and balanced body.
|Primitivo Salento 2016, Boheme, Italy
Delicious cherry and blackberry fruits lead to a juicy medium bodied palate
|Chateau Laulerie Merlot 2015, Bergerac, France
Soft and supple Merlot with ripe summer fruit, a smidgen of pepper and plummy, velvety mouthfeel
|Mourvedre 2015, Tormentoso, South Africa
A complex nose of berry fruit that is complemented by Fynbos (heather/bracken) and spice aromas. Palate is layered with flavours of cloves, leathery spice and red fruit. A dry and savoury finish
|Lacrima di Morro d’Alba 2016, Fonta del Re, Umana Ronchi, Italy
From the ancient and very rare Lacrima varietal. This aromatic red is quite unlike anything else we have ever tried. Enticing aromas of roses and violets give way to a beautiful finely textured palate
|Rioja reserva Unica 2013, Vinedos Sierra Cantabria, Spain
Expressive aromas of redcurrant, cherry and liquorice. It’s a quintessential modern Rioja with rich, plush blueberry and blackberry flavours, chalky acidity, stylish oak and violet aromas. Long and well balanced
|Bishop Shiraz 2015, Ben Glaetzer, Australia
Wisps of cloves, nutmeg and five spice add definition to the layers of dark stone fruits and espresso. The palate has density yet also displays savoury,textural components and fine-grained ripe tannins
|Monbazillac 2013, Chateau la Sabatiere, France
Dried apricot character with a heady orange blossom bouquet
|The Noble Botryotinia Fuckeliana 2015, d’Arenberg, Australia
Rich, unctuous and more than a little indulgent. All orange marmalade and cinnamon spice
|Cabernet Franc Icewine 2014, Peller, Canada
A rich mouth-feel with wonderful fruit flavours of red berries, rhubarb, spice and pomegranate. Delicate tannins and the perfect balance of sweetness and acidity