Gylly Beach Review.

Posted on June 1, 2012


Gylly beach… Three in one. Café, restaurant and most importantly bar.

For the tourists that will be joining us in Cornwall this summer and those of you who are already within the south, if you’re looking for delicious food, fine wine and great customer service get yourself down to the Gylly beach café. It’s situated overlooking one of Cornwall’s most popular beaches, so there’s plenty of eye candy available for all you singletons out there.

I visit gylly beach café during both the day and night. It’s perfect for a summer’s day, when you want to get some shade and a cold pint with your friends after a solid few hours of sunbathing. However my most favourable experience is whilst its late evening sitting on the sofa’s on the outdoor decking watching the waves roll in and the sun set go down with a rose wine spritzer – heaven!

However on a recent visit I went to have dinner with a friend to experience Cornish food at its best. Light music was playing softly in the background, not to loud just right so you can actually hear yourself talk and candles flickering on the tables set a relaxed mood. We ordered a bottle of rose wine… after a hard day’s work it was certainly earned I’m sure you would all agree.

So after debating over starters we finally settled on the bucket of shelled prawns, with the sea air lingering was there really any need for a debate… I think not. Aioli dip and granary bread were included and they were utter perfection. Next came the main, chargrilled Cornish rib eye steak, hand cut fries, peppercorn sauce and all the extra delicious salad bits. The taste was sensational and presentation was adorable with the hand cut fries placed in silver buckets resembling beach sand buckets. Then the desert, the moment everyone waits for at the end of the meal when you can just indulge and feel naughty. Cornish berries, strawberry consommé and shortbread was just the right balance to finish a fantastic meal.

It’s definitely not cheap but it’s not overpriced.. It’s just worth every penny.

Sunshine or rain, you can’t complain.

Address: Gylly Beach Cafe, Cliff Road, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 4PA.
Number: 01326 312884

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