Review on Percy's
Tony and Tina Bricknell-Webb settled here in 1996, when the enterprise was little more than a 400-year-old Devon longhouse plus a barn and a few guest rooms. Today, Percy's is part of 130-acre organic farm with its own sheep, pigs, trout ponds, orchard and specially planted woodland (with a 'food from the forest' theme).
Visitors can eat in the traditional beamed dining room in the oldest part of the house or in the striking contemporary extension with its elevated lounge areas, zinc bar and bespoke timbers. Tina's cooking aims for freshness, clear flavours and seasonality, with home produce bolstered by additional supplies in the form of local game and fish from Looe harbour.
You might begin with ham hock terrine and caperberry vinaigrette or a salad or avocado, broad beans, bacon and summer savory, ahead of roast loin of pork with sage and juniper gravy or monkfish with julienne of vegetables, ginger and saffron sauce. West Country cheeses are kept in prime condition and desserts might range from mixed berry meringue with lavender ice cream to cardamom and lime crème brûlée.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 7.00 - 9.00pm Mon-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card