Great food has been part of Port Eliot’s DNA since our very first year when freshly caught local fish, crab linguine and icy cold Sancerre was served up by the local pub, The Rod and Line, on the rolling lawn of the Bowling Green.
We have an incredible array of culinary delights on offer across our beautiful site all weekend. We take food very seriously at Port Eliot and have spent many years cultivating relationships with the best chefs, cooks and street food vendors up and down the land.
Port Eliot is always ahead of the feasting curve. Over the years Skye Gyngell, Angela Hartnett, Rick and Jack Stein, Sam and Sam Clark of Moro, Nathan Outlaw, Blanche Vaughan, Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, Daniel De le Falaise and many others have cooked up a storm, demonstrating their skills on stage.
We also put a huge amount of thought into the food we serve on site. Kua Aina burger from Hawaii come every year to serve up their fabulous organic burgers down by the Estuary. The Oyster Shack from Devon run a fresh-off-the-boat fish restaurant in the Walled Garden, and two years ago Fortnum and Mason took over the Orangery, with tea served during the day and Mark Hix cooking up a banquet in the evening.
Over the coming months we’ll be filing you in on who’s coming to feed you this year so keep an eye on the website for more.