opening times


10 - 4pm
10 - 4pm
10 - 4pm
10 - 4pm
10 - late
10 - late
10 - 4pm

we occasionally open late for events during the week
see 'whats on' for more details

where are we

miss peapod's cafe is at Jubilee Wharf in Penryn, on Commercial Road underneath the wind turbines

Jubilee Wharf,
Penryn, Cornwall
01326 374424


We care about what we eat, and what you eat,
here at miss peapod’s which is why we bring
you the finest food we can find, by committed
local producers

Let us introduce you:

Most of our meat is organic, and all is local, mainly from Rosuick Farm, situated on the Lizard. Farmed by the same family for over 600 years. They know their stuff

Our eggs are from Boswin Farm, Penryn. Organic free range. Fed a special diet of linseed oil rich in Omega 3. A special breed, Plymouth Black wings, these people have an eye for the birds

Our Bread is made in Helston by the lovely Vicky, who gets up every morning at 3am just for you. Organic, of course, with a mix of multi-grains

We are supplied by Toppenrose diary with their distinctive mould ripened cheese

Elderflower and apple juices come from Cornish Orchards. Famous for their award winning produce

Our ice-cream and sorbets are from Callestick Farm and Moomaid of Zennor. They use the freshest milk and cream, practise traditional farming methods for sustainablity and a healthy biodiversity

Your coffee is from another family firm, Origin Coffee, in Constantine. Importing fair trade, organic, rain forest alliance beans from Papua New Guinea. How right on is that? What they don’t know about coffee, ain’t worth knowing. We bring their expertise, and more importantly their caffeine, to you


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Saturday, November 22
Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin support Georgia Lewis & Friends

Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin are one of the most exciting and innovative duos to appear on the folk/roots/acoustic scene in recent years. They have been nominated for 'Best Duo' in the 2014 BBC Folk Awards. With a rapidly expanding following and a truly unique sound that effortlessly spans many genres, the duo have been touring constantly for the past three years, winning new fans of all ages wherever they go. Festival appearances have included regular Glastonbury slots; all the major folk festivals including mainstage slots at Sidmouth Folk Week; Broadstairs; Warwick; Shrewsbury; Gate To Southwell; Shepley Spring; Priddy; and a constant presence on the greenfield festival circuit, at events such as Larmer Tree (mainstage); Sunrise Celebration (mainstage); and Green Man.

Hannah Martin is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Devon. Her songs weave folklore and legend old and new with beautiful melodies, creating haunting compositions delivered with "a bold and beautiful singing style all her own" (BBC Radio Two). Writing mainly on fiddle, viola, and banjo, and drawing on the traditions of the British Isles, she has been commended by Mike Harding for her "really fantastic singing" (4/5/11). 2012 saw Hannah selected to be part of the National Theatre's War Horse School, working with John Tams, Nancy Kerr, John Kirkpatrick and Chris Parkinson. She was also involved in The Nursery Rhyme Project for the Bristol OId Vic, co-writing and performing in a show exploring one of our oldest oral traditions.

Georgia Lewis & Friends

"The clarity of her voice and choice of material combined with her extrovert personality and stage presence is a winning formula." – Rosie Upton (Village Pump)

Georgia Lewis is an up-and-coming folk singer with a penchant for taking well-worn ballads and adding a little spice! She is joined onstage by Felix Miller (guitar) & Rowan Piggott (5-string fiddle) and together they are garnering attention on the English folk scene with their signature panache!

Tickets: £8adv / £9door



8:00 PM

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