St Agnes Food

A board which tells you more about the local food available on St Agnes, Isles of Scilly.
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Tamarisk Farm:  Tonya and Ben Hicks' farm has been in their family for generations and for more than nine years they have been running it as an organic farm growing fresh vegetables, fruit and herbs. They sell through a roadside stall as well as providing produce to the Turks Head, cafes and guesthouses on St Agnes.  Tamarisk Farm St Agnes, Isles of Scilly TR22 0PL Tel: 01720 422363

Tamarisk Farm St Agnes, Isles of Scilly Tel: 01720 422363

Ruddy Shellfish: Father and son, Kit and Harry Legg, fish from their eight metre boat and come from a Scillonian family who have lived on St Agnes for generations. They catch lobsters, crab and crawfish from the waters around St Agnes. They are available live but they need 24 hours notice to bring them ashore.  Ruddy Shellfish, St Agnes, Isles of Scilly Email: fish@harrylegg.co.uk Tel: 01720 422136

Ruddy Shellfish: Father and son, Kit and Harry Legg, fish from their eight metre boat and come from a Scillonian family who have lived on St Agnes for generations. They catch lobsters, crab and crawfish from the waters around St Agnes. They are available live but they need 24 hours notice to bring them ashore. Ruddy Shellfish, St Agnes, Isles of Scilly Email: fish@harrylegg.co.uk Tel: 01720 422136

Troytown Farm: The Hicks family can be traced back for hundreds of years on St Agnes. Milk, home-made clotted cream, yogurts and ice creams are all sold from the farm shop. Troytown also produces its own beef and pork, fattening calves and pigs on any excess milk and cream. As well as the farm shop, meat and dairy products can be purchased from the Local Produce Market on St Mary's. Email: farmshop@troytown.co.uk Website: www.troytown.co.uk Tel: 01720 422360

Troytown Farm: The Hicks family can be traced back for hundreds of years on St Agnes. Milk, home-made clotted cream, yogurts and ice creams are all sold from the farm shop. Troytown also produces its own beef and pork, fattening calves and pigs on any excess milk and cream. As well as the farm shop, meat and dairy products can be purchased from the Local Produce Market on St Mary's. Email: farmshop@troytown.co.uk Website: www.troytown.co.uk Tel: 01720 422360

Coastguards Cafe: Owner, Tristan Hick was born and bred on St Agnes and recently expanded the cafe to provide more indoor and outdoor seating. Local clotted cream, milk and ice cream all appear on Coastguards Cafe menu as well as island salads and soft fruits. Even the hot chocolates are made using chocolate stirrers from the Little Island Chocolate Company on St Agnes. Breads are homemade on the premesis.  Coastguards Cafe, St Agnes, Isles of Scilly TR22 0PL Tel: 01720 422197

Coastguards Cafe: Owner, Tristan Hick was born and bred on St Agnes and recently expanded the cafe to provide more indoor and outdoor seating. Local clotted cream, milk and ice cream all appear on Coastguards Cafe menu as well as island salads and soft fruits. Even the hot chocolates are made using chocolate stirrers from the Little Island Chocolate Company on St Agnes. Breads are homemade on the premesis. Coastguards Cafe, St Agnes, Isles of Scilly TR22 0PL Tel: 01720 422197

High Tide Restaurant: Chef Mark Eberlein worked for six seasons on St Agnes before marrying a local girl and opening High Tide in the summer of 2007. Lobsters are pulled from the sea just hours before they appear on the plates, freshly dug vegetables, free range eggs and milk are all sourced from St Agnes.  High Tide Restaurant St Agnes, Isles of Scilly TR22 0PL Email: hightide.mark@googlemail.com Website: www.hightide-seafood.com  Tel: 01720 423869 Twitter: @hightideseafood

High Tide Restaurant: Chef Mark Eberlein worked for six seasons on St Agnes before marrying a local girl and opening High Tide in the summer of 2007. Lobsters are pulled from the sea just hours before they appear on the plates, freshly dug vegetables, free range eggs and milk are all sourced from St Agnes. High Tide Restaurant St Agnes, Isles of Scilly TR22 0PL Email: hightide.mark@googlemail.com Website: www.hightide-seafood.com Tel: 01720 423869 Twitter: @hightideseafood


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