A new seafood restaurant has opened in Falmouth as a sister businesses to one of the town's cafes.

The Four-Seas Seafood Restaurant & Grill is now in Webber Street, from the same owners of the Four-Teas Tearoom.

Lynda and Angie Mundy opened Four-Teas back in February as a 1940s themed café offering breakfasts, ‘light luncheon’ and proper afternoon teas in Webber Street, as part of the existing Bygone Days Trading Co. vintage shop based in the former Women’s Institute hall.

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Now they have expanded what they offer by developing what used to be the vintage room across the hall from the tearoom, with stock moved upstairs.

It is a small, 17-cover restaurant serving Cornish seafood, including fish and shellfish, and is now open seven days a week during the main tourist season, from 5pm to 10pm, as well as lunchtimes Friday to Sunday, from 12 noon to 2pm.

Falmouth Packet:

One of the dishes served from the grill at the Four-Seas

Angie said: "It's intimate and we use outside space at night as well, so people who have dogs can sit and eat out there.

"We have a 'bring your own alcohol' set-up as we are not yet licensed - that's the next step."

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She added that they had taken on some "amazing new staff" to help run the new venture, for which 99 per cent of the produce is grown, caught, made or reared in Cornwall or the south west.

Both the seafood restaurant and tearoom are part of the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme, providing a 50 per cent discount on food and soft drinks to diners who eat in Monday to Wednesday throughout August.

They also have a takeaway menu running seven days a week from 2pm onwards, in partnership with OneDelivery.