Bango Kitchen is a pan-Asian restaurant located in the charming village of Penryn, just outside of Falmouth. Inspired by Japanese, South Korean and Indian cuisine, this restaurant is passionate about sustainability and operates entirely off renewable energy, using around 15-18 producers and suppliers from the Falmouth and Penryn vicinity. The venue is influenced by cuisine from Japan, South Korea and India, but all lovingly made with a Cornish twist and local produce.
Owner/Partner of Bango Kitchen and The Shellfish Pig – Nick Archer – says, “We hope that having the G7 here in Cornwall will help to shine a spotlight on the incredible array of Cornish businesses who are trying their best after a challenging year to play their part in creating a sustainable and creative economy. Falmouth and Penryn are two fantastic, vibrant towns with a community supporting and encouraging creativity and good positive values. We wouldn’t want to be based anywhere else, and here we have access to some of the best produce from land and sea to use in our dishes and menus. In addition, being based here and choosing to source seasonally and locally as much as we can mean we have a relatively low carbon footprint.»
Spokesperson: Nick Archer – Owner/Partner of Bango Kitchen and The Shellfish Pig
Nick is a trained Chef with a degree in Marine Science and a genuine passion for the Cornish food and drink industry alongside sustainability and marine conservation.