The recently-reopened Stargazy Inn in Port Isaac, Cornwall, has appointed Andrew Sheridan as head chef.
The Great British Menu finalist joins from Sosban in South Wales, where he served as executive chef for two years.
New bar and a la carte menus feature Sheridan’s take on Cornish classics such as Newlyn torched mackerel with tomato and basil and tempura oysters with pickled vegetables, with a focus on local produce.
Stargazy Inn was acquired by David Barnard in 2017 and closed for refurbishment over the winter, reopening in April, and features nine bedrooms.
“Port Isaac has a thriving gastronomic scene with Restaurant Nathan Outlaw and our sister properties Port Gaverne Hotel and Pilchards café on the beach,” says Barnard. “We’re excited to reopen Stargazy Inn after significant refurbishment of the bar and restaurant to create a new destination restaurant and rooms for North Cornwall.”