Eden Project

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Date of travel

May, 2018

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There are a number of restaurants at the Eden Project. In the Link between the Rainforest and the Mediterranean Biomes there are a couple of cafeteria-style restaurants where you can grab a bit of lunch. We did just that on a recent visit. We selected the Eden Cantina, the one closest to the Rainforest Biome. Its menu is Mexican/Central American and though not extensive, serving primarily burritos, tacos and cassados, they do offer vegetable, chicken, beef and sometimes, fish options. The chicken burritos were very tasty as were the Cassava fries. We had never had cassava before and the fries were a little chalky but still enjoyable.

Being ecologically minded, you are encouraged to bring refillable water bottles and coffee cups on your visit. You’ll even get a discount on hot drinks if you bring your own cup.
There is a map of Cornwall on the back wall of the Link depicting the various suppliers of food served at the Eden Project. After visiting the Mediterranean Biome we stopped in the Link to try some of the interesting flavours of Roskilly’s ice cream and sorbet. Can you say mint chocolate crisp ice cream? Yum.

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