Ruby Tuesday's Café, is the culmination of a lifelong dream for Ann to own her own little food business. Ann spent many enjoyable years working with her parents and the rest of the family at the very successful foodie pub The Maltsters Arms at Chapel Amble. When the pub was sold, Ann worked for at Wadebridge School as a Teaching Assistant within the English Department. However, cooking was always Ann's first love and when the opportunity arose to buy her own little café in Port Isaac; it was a dream come true and a chance not to be missed. Ann now runs this delightful little gem of a café situated in the historic village of Port Isaac, where she is ably assisted by Harry, her youngest son, who has trained as a very competent Barista.
Ruby Tuesday's Café is the place to while away some time to have a leisurely breakfast; a coffee and one of Ann's delicious cakes. Tasty lunches and homemade scones with luscious Cornish cream are not to be missed.