Tasty kebabs, steaks , pilafs and lots of little nibbles greet you at Carn Brea Castle Restaurant a one of a kind dining experience.
Carn Brea Castle, where your Jordanian host Mr. Sawalha and his family treat you to an evening of tasty middle eastern food and music where the sounds of the Levant echo through these granite walls and after the chef serenades you and plays on the traditional Tavla (a drum).
An evening you wont soon forget.
Once you make the decision to dine at Carn Brea you are in for an true adventure.
You head for Carnkie a village on the back of the castle at over 700 feet its a climb and its easy to get lost even when you see the sign! Just follow the dirt track, you will come to a fork in the track.
You must take the LEFT track, until you hit the front door of the restaurant, there’s parking right in front.
If you are smart you will pre-order a mezze for your whole table.
This will allow you a speedy immersion into the cuisine of the middle east where the table is laden with treats of every description.
Veggies are well catered for here many of the dishes are meat free.
The area is small and this a bookings only venue so you will need to plan ahead.
When you arrive the combination of the historic building , the smells of the kitchen and the sounds on the music player will guarantee you an experience unmatched anywhere else in the county.
The Castle itself can be traced back to 1379.
It is a stone twin towered fortress, built by the Bassett family and is inside the ramparts of the Iron Age hillfort.
It was probably built has a hunting lodge, or as a chapel to St Michael.
It has been restored and extended over the years, and today has the look of a modern folly, rather than a medieval fort.
The views from this spot are splendid, and you can see for miles on a bright evening.
Truly something different for the whole family.
Contact: 01209 218358 TR16 6SL