Happy St Piran’s Day!
March 5, 2013
Well the Cornish flags are up today to celebrate the national day of Cornwall, held annually on 5th March. St Piran’s Day, (Gool Peran in Cornish) is named after one of the patron saints of Cornwall Saint Piran, who is also the patron saint of tin miners.
Not that you should need any excuse to come and sample our great Cornish ales, but being St Piran’s Day it is totally appropriate!!! Did you know we even serve a Cornish lager here at The Top House Inn, it’s called Korev (beer in Cornish) and it’s brewed by the award winning St Austell Brewery.
Most of our dishes are produced using local Cornish produce, but we’ve added a few specials on the board today including a Trio of breaded Cornish cheeses (Yarg, Brie and Blue cheese), Chicken Scrumpy Pie, Cornish Fish Pie and Battered local Monkfish and Ling. Our chefs have even made a few pasties this morning, choose from Steak or Cheese and Vegetable. There are only a few of each so be quick! As chief taste tester 😉 I can verify ….. they are lovely!
Have a great day!