We’re currently closed for our winter break and look forward to opening again for in house and takeaway meals this spring.
Based on the ground floor of COAST ACCOMMODATION – please follow this link to book accommodation: https://www.coastcornwall.co.ukView Our Menu Booking Enquiry
We use Vegware plant based compostable packaging. Pre-order by 12 on the day of collection. Collections from 5 pm – 8.30. Please make us aware of any allergies at the time of booking. Contactless ordering, payment and collection – 07805 281694 or 01736 791706 OR fill in the booking request form below.
All dishes are suitable for a vegan diet or can be adapted.
TAKEAWAY MAIN COURSES £12
SPICY TARKA DAHL, PILAU RICE & ALOO GOBI
Hot spicy dahl, fragrant rice with fresh herbs & toasted almonds & a mild roasted cauliflower, potato & tomato curry. Served with fresh mango & coriander sauce & a cucumber, onion & fresh herb garnish
SEASONAL BUDDHA BOWL
a healthy & delicious array of cold salads, bringing you flavours of the world. Typically including salad leaves & veg, spiced squash, roasted veg & chick pea cous cous, pickled or raw veg slaw, tofu, cashew, sesame, sugar snap Asian style salad, nuts & seeds, olives & dressing
VEGETABLE & MUSHROOM BOURGUIGNON WITH TRUFFLED MASHED POTATO
Seasonal veg & mushrooms braised in a rich red wine gravy with Cornish greens & truffled mash
MOROCCAN VEGETABLE & CHICK PEA CASSEROLE
Bursting with the sunny North African flavours of dates, olives, vegetables, chick peas and mild spices, this casserole is served with pistachio & herby cous cous, date & apple chutney & harissa sauce
TAKEAWAY SMALLER DISHES (Suitable as a starter or side)
MUSHROOM, PECAN NUT & SHALLOT PATE £6
Served with pickles & toasted Turkish bread
BLUE, BEET, WALNUT & LENTIL SALAD. £7.50 Cornish Helford Blue cheese, puy lentils, salted candied walnuts & roasted beetroot with seasonal leaves and a balsamic roasted beetroot dressing. (Vegan option replaces cheese with avocado)
HOMEMADE SEASONAL SOUP £6
Served with freshly baked bread
A SELECTION OF ALLOTMENT VEGETABLES £4
With a fresh herb dressing
TEX MEX SPICED POTATO WEDGES £4
With homemade BBQ sauce
CHOCOLATE & ORANGE MUD PIE £6
Served with fresh orange & ginger sauce & Cornish clotted cream or vegan cream
FRESH FRUIT CRUMBLE £6
Served with Cornish clotted cream or vegan cream or custard
FRESH BERRY COMPOT £6
Served with Cornish clotted cream or vegan cream
In-House Dining Menu
All food at The Bean Inn is either vegan, or can be adapted. The Bean Inn is a fully licensed restaurant and all drinks are vegan friendly. All meals are subject to minor variations depending on the availability of ingredients.
YUM! contains over 40 mouthwatering recipes fresh from our restaurant kitchen. Suitable for cooks of all abilities, we bring you a selection of internationally inspired recipes. This is a must have for veggie chefs and Bean Inn fans everywhere! With quirky tales of the St.Ives Bay area, it's broader than beans!
Spoil someone special with the promise of an indulgent night at our intimate candlelit restaurant in Cornwall. Gift vouchers are available in various amounts - simply choose from the options below, print the PayPal receipt and give to the recipient to redeem against the value of their meal.
Create your own amazing dishes at home with our very own spice blends. With Indian, Mexican & Moroccan blends available, you'll be creating exciting new dishes in no time. Blends are available individually, or as a multipack, which contains all three blends. Spice blends are available for UK delivery only.
Bring The Bean Inn into your own kitchen with our very own apron. This high-quality, moss-green coloured apron features The Bean Inn logo and the Beans Don't Scream! tagline.
We’re currently closed for our winter break and look forward to opening again for in house and takeaway meals this spring.
Telephone 01736 791706
Mobile 07805 281694
The Bean Inn Restaurant
St.Ives Road, Carbis Bay,
Cornwall, TR26 2RT
Please note, your booking is not confirmed until a member of staff responds to your enquiry and confirms your booking. For urgent enquiries, please call us on either of the telephone numbers listed above.
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