Waterfront dining with an emphasis on the finest island produce, featuring Tresco beef, Bryher crab and lobster and other delights of land and sea.
Overlooking Tresco channel and the island of Bryher, The Flying Boat is perfect for a refreshing coffee, lunch or cocktail during the day, or a special evening meal.
Our chefs use the very finest local produce, with a real emphasis on Scillonian seafood and Tresco Beef. Head Chef Jack and his team have an excellent relationship with Tresco Farm and Bryher's Island Fish, ensuring the finest island produce makes it to your plate throughout the day.
Upstairs our cosy snug is dotted with sofas and armchairs – perfect to relax with a coffee or enjoy a drink. Downstairs the light and airy bistro offers a tempting menu throughout the day, inspired by the finest local produce. Outside our sheltered courtyard is a famous suntrap, ideal for taking a break from the beach or relaxing with an afternoon drink.
When you’ve got a seafront location like The Flying Boat, you have to make the most of it… Full width picture windows grant stunning views seaward across Tresco channel to the island of Bryher beyond - the perfect backdrop.
Wish you were there now? Take a look at the view from our live webcam.
Our chefs have been working hard to devise delicious new menus that celebrate the best of island and westcountry produce. Take a look at our sample menus below…
The Penders have been fishing the Scillonian waters for generations, and today it's three generations of this island fishing dynasty that forms Island Fish. A true family business, delivering the finest, freshest shellfish and wet fish from the islands to Tresco every day.Read More
Based on the island of St. Agnes, Westward Farm is a tiny batch distillery producing a selection of craft gin. We worked together with the Westward Farm team to create our exclusive Tresco Abbey Garden gin, perfect as a refreshing G&T or in one of our cocktails.Read More
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