My memories as a young child going to Gyllyngvase to see my auntie Phyllis working there in her tabard are not great, the cafe was pretty tired and run down and was a typical seaside greasy spoon serving all the old classics like sausage and chips, fish and chips, burger and chips, pasty and chips and probably chips with chips!
Fast forward a couple of decades and Gylly beach cafe is now the place to be seen! Great during the day for coffee, light lunches and a beer to a more sophisticated atmosphere in the evening as the sun goes down with delicious freshly prepared meals and fine wines. Either way you will not be disappointed with the excellent food and friendly service. Gylly beach cafe pride themselves in their ethical standards from using sustainable ingredients to looking after their environment.
It’s certainly one of our favourite haunts when in Falmouth and we can often be found sitting on the terrace with 2 glasses of red wine and an Anti Pasti for two. Heavenly!
Find out more about Gylly Beach Cafe Here.