Last weekend I pootled down to Cornwall – Portscatho on the Roseland Peninsula to be exact for a family Christening. Portscatho is a tiny, beautiful fishing village and is the perfect place to escape to. One lunch time we took the short clifftop walk to The Hidden Hut, a gorgeous cafe sitting above Porthcurnick beach. We went on Soup Sunday and there were several soups to choose from, many being gluten free. They also had gluten free rolls and a choice of around three to four gluten free cakes. I went for the salt cod and chorizo soup which was absolutely delicious; massively hearty and filling.
The photo really doesn’t do it justice!
The beautiful walk to the Hidden Hut from Portscatho.
Unfortunately I had no room for cake but next time I will find room. The people who run Hidden Hut also run Tatums in Portscatho I believe (a gorgeous little coffee and cake/pastry stop) overlooking the beach. Do visit both if you are in the area. Do check for opening hours before you set off though!