Tel: 01736 787266 | E: info@thecookbookstjust.co.uk

The Cook Book, St Just

A warm welcoming and unusual café-bookshop

The Cook Book – St Just’s Café-Bookshop

Feeding the Body and Mind!

There are friendly staff, daily papers to read and books… about 5,000 second-hand books in three rooms upstairs, on the stairs and in the café as Bosorne Books spreads out.

To tempt you while you browse our books are home-made cakes, delicious cream teas, seasonal soups, cheese teas with three Cornish cheeses, baguettes, breakfasts and “the best coffee in Cornwall”.

We have been awarded the top rating, 5 stars, for our standards of food hygiene every year since 2012.

Please note the Cook Book is a mobile phone-free café. There is no wifi.

Meetings and Social Events

The Cook Book is a great place for a meeting or social event, with catering ranging from nibbles to a full buffet.

Are you an artist?

Would you like an exhibition here with an evening preview?

Are you an author or a poet?

Would you like to hold a book launch or poetry reading here?

Pop in and speak to Della to discuss what you would like.

News from the Cook Book

  • Cook Book News 2/17

    February – March Newsletter 2017 Spring is here and with it is the latest bumper newsletter from the Cook Book. In this issue is the usual news from the Cook Book, St Just, family and further afield. We have a new, large and shiny oven which has been i …

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  • Cook Book News 1/17

    January Newsletter 2017 The first Cook Book newsletter for 2017 and it announces some big changes! There’s also news from St Just, family news, a book review and much more. To read the latest newsletter simply click the following link: Cook Book Januar …

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John TomlinsonThey say if you can see the Scillies from Land's End, it's going to rain. If you can't see them, it's already raining.

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Sue TrenchardLooks wonderful and it is amazing, love the Scilly's xxxx 🤗

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