Blas Burgerworks is also run by us. In fact, it’s Blas’ 7th Birthday on Saturday 9th March and we’re celebrating with a special Beer and Burger evening.
Joe, the Head Brewer from Penpont Brewery is bringing a choice of his brews to match up with our burgers. It’s a choose 2 courses from
A speciality burger including beef, chicken and vegetarian with amazing toppings and chips OR the beer inspired topping for one night only!
£15 per person
Blas burgers are made using Cornish meat, naturally reared, free range and cooked on a chargrill. All the produce we use is fresh, seasonal and, as far as possible, locally sourced. We also offer a Blackbean burger with corn salsa and guacamole, our award winning Halloumi Stack with caper aioli, chargrilled mackerel fillets with beetroot and horseradish tzatziki and, of course, our classic 100% cornish beef burger collection. We use recycled boxes and napkins. We recycle cans, glass, plastic, paper and Cath & Sally (who live locally) take our veg waste for composting to help them grow lovely salad for us! Our furniture is made from reclaimed timber or from sustainable sources. Our cleaning products are fully biodegradable. When we have fish, it’s from non-pressure stocks (so no cod with your chips) and we try very hard to buy local.
We are the first restaurant in Cornwall to be given a 3 Star Champion status (the highest award) by the national Sustainable Restaurant Association. It’s a major honour in the food world – other recipients are Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage and Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir Aux Quat’Saisons. The Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) rates the sustainability of restaurants to help diners find places to eat that match their values.
We are in the Good Food Guide for the 6th consecutive year. We have achieved the Gold Level Green Tourism Award. We are a member of COAST – Cornwall’s sustainable tourism body.
Food reviews have include The Guardian, Telegragh (Top 3 Burgers in Britain) and the New York Times.
Blas Burgerworks took to the road last Summer with Blas Street – a truck, full of Blas burgers, which went to Golowan, Port Eliot and Kneehigh’s Asylum.
Please see www.blasburgerworks.co.uk for more information.