Caribbean Night – 1st of March
Come and join us at Blacks of Chapel Street to enjoy the last themed night of the winter. Caribbean night is inspired by some of the delicious tasty dishes so popular with the area. There will be a range of delicious cocktails to accompany the food – all we need is you and your loudest shirt to complete the perfect evening.
Spicy king prawn
Chocolate n' chilli chicken
Smashed avocado & chilli salad
The pepper pot
Rum and ginger pudding
Mango and lime cheesecake
Pina colada ice-cream
Burns Night 2019
Looking for a combination of tradition, fun and great food this January? Then come to celebrate Robert Burns on January 25th and enjoy our specially imported Haggis for your supper.
Details of the menu are shown below. Please contact us for more details or to book your table.
New Year’s Eve 2018
A great opportunity to treat yourself with a delicious combination of local produce and carefully selected wines. This year we are really pleased to be combining the skills of our head chef with the in-depth knowledge of our wine supplier to come up with a menu that we’re sure you are going to love.
Accompanying each course will be a glass of carefully matched wine to help accentuate the flavours of the food that we are so passionate to be able to serve.
Great music, a warm open fire, food, wine and sharing that with the people you care about – come to Blacks for your New Year’s Eve celebrations.
For more details of the evening and to book your table, call us, email or pop in and chat – we’d love to see you.
Starting 14th October – Sunday Lunch!
We’re excited to be offering a new Sunday Lunch menu at Blacks of Chapel Street – the following is an example of what is on offer – be sure to contact us for the menu on the Sunday that you plan to join us.
Cream of leek & potato soup with crusty bread
Mackerel & beetroot salad with horseradish dressing
Grilled Halloumi with roasted cherry tomatoes, pesto and rocket
River Exe mussels, bacon, shallot, cider and cream
Roast topside of beef or loin of pork
Loin of hake on a minted pea risotto
Apricot & ginger nut roast
Warm apple compote and creamy rice pudding with cinnamon crumbler
Orange & Cointreau saffron bread & butter pudding, orange & Mascarpone ice cream
A selection of Moo Maid of Zennor ice creams
Warm chocolate brownie with raspberries and clotted cream
Two courses for £16.95, three courses for £21.95
Tapas Now Available
Thanks to popular demand we are delighted to now be offering a tapas menu on Thursday and Friday evenings from 5pm.
The menu will change regularly but to give you a flavour of what is to be on offer the following is a sample.
Leek and Mount's Bay smoked arancini
Sweet baby peppers stuffed with cream cheese and chives
Halloumi and cherry tomatoes with a balsamic dressing
Crispy sesame seed pork belly fritters with a sticky maple and date sauce
Tempura king prawns with a sweet chilli sauce
Cajun spiced fish goujons with tartare sauce
Lemon & dill crab cakes, garlic aioli or chilli sauce
BBQ spare ribs
£5.00 per dish or get 6 for £25.00 – a great deal to share
Christmas 2018 at Blacks of Chapel Street
We’re delighted to have the Christmas 2018 Lunch and Dinner menu available to share with you.
If you are looking for a friendly and warm place in Penzance to celebrate the festive season this year then consider Blacks of Chapel Street. We can cater for small or larger groups up to 40 people, so why not download our menu, flyer and planning organiser to make life easier this Christmas – all available from the menu above.
Feel free to pop in and see us to discuss your requirements, or email / call us to check availability in December.
Linda Craig at Blacks of Chapel Street
We’re delighted to be hosting an exciting new exhibition by the talented artist Linda Craig. The show will open on the 10th of June and you are all welcome to come and view the show at Blacks.
For more information, visit the website for the Cow House Gallery here
Time to Treat your Mother
Mother’s Day 2018 – Sunday 11th of March, wow, that’s crept up really quickly this year! But don’t worry, after the success of putting on a great menu for this most important of days last year, Blacks of Chapel Street is ready to help you in 2018. We will be open from lunchtime and again in the evening – serving food and drinks from that will make Mother’s Day a real treat for you and your mother.
So, if you are looking for a restaurant in Penzance to take your mother, consider Blacks of Chapel Street.
You can now book directly from our website or, if you prefer, why not come in and see us. We are always happy to discuss your requirements to help make the day one that your mum will treasure.
Things to do in Penzance this Christmas – come and see the Humphry Davy Birthday Lantern Parade!
Saturday 16th of December will be a day of celebrations and festivities in Penzance. Not only will there be a great Christmas market in town, but the exciting lantern procession is worth seeing. It will start at the top of Causewayhead at 16:30 and work down through to the Humphry Davy Statue. From there it will come to Chapel Street – and where better to watch the fun than from Blacks of Chapel Street.
Thanks to the closing of Chapel Street to traffic there will be plenty of opportunities to walk and explore what this delightful part of town has to offer. There are some great galleries and shops for Christmas gifts and we are open for mulled wine and hot mince pies. Not only that, we will have some seating outside in Chapel Street where you can grab some great food and watch what is happening.
So come on down to Blacks of Chapel Street and check out our Winter lunchtime menu.
If you are interested in learning more about who Humphry Davy was, then follow this link.
Time to Celebrate Montol 2017
The great thing about this time of year is the chance to take part in a variety of festivities and parties. One of our favourites, simply for the sheer fun of it all, is Penzance’s Montol. Put simply, a reinvention of a traditional Cornish mid-winter customs and practices.
In 2017, Blacks of Chapel Street is delighted to have been asked to help sponsor towards the event. We would like to invite you to join us at the bar and dining room in Chapel Street to watch the afternoon and evening unfold.
First up is the Sundown Procession from the top of Causewayhead which will lead to a gathering for ‘Fire and Song’ in Chapel Street.
The choosing of the Lord of Misrule will happen just above Blacks of Chapel Street, outside the Union Hotel.
Then the main procession will commence at 1800 from Chapel Street with the evening culminating with the late night procession and ‘Chalking of the Mock’ outside the Admiral Benbow at about 10 pm.
So keep yourself energised and warm by visiting Blacks of Chapel Street. We have plenty of mulled cider/wine, hot teas & coffees, mince-pies and our full range of food and drinks available. Check our drinks menu here
Come and mingle and watch a delightful evening’s entertainment in Penzance.
If you are interested in the history of Montol and are looking for a good external reference site, consider the following here
The Facebook page for Montol is located here