High Tide Seafood Restaurant - About Us
Hi my name is Mark Eberlein and i opened High Tide on St Agnes, Isles of Scilly in the summer of 2007 when Tristan Hick who has Coastguards Cafe (in the same building) asked if i would like to use the building in the evenings & so High Tide was born.
Having been a Chef for over 20 years now, I have a varied work history beginning in my home town of Martinborough in New Zealand, I started as a kitchen hand at the tender of 13 in a little Restaurant called The Zodiac.
I left school at the age of 16 and moved to Wanganui to do my chef training & gain more experience in various Restaurants & Cafes after which i left NZ moving to England where i started in the North working my way down South ending up in Cornwall helping my father run a pub.
In 1999 i went to work for John & Pauline Dart at the Turks Head on St Agnes where i worked for two seasons before going back to NZ.
After a short time working in Rotorua i ended up back in Martinborough, I worked at the Martinborough Hotel for a couple of years as Sous Chef when one day John & Pauline stayed at the hotel whilst on holiday & one evening over a fine bottle of port i decided to go back to the Islands & I've never looked back, doing four more years at The Turks Head before opening High Tide.
My wife Emma is from Leeds but has a long family history on St Agnes, she is also an Artist & many of her paintings grace the walls of high tide - all of which are for sale, Emma also helps out in the Restaurant from time to time when busy.
I hope to see you soon in my little restaurant by the sea.
High Tide Seafood Restaurant
St Agnes
Isles of Scilly
TR22 0PL
Bookings please phone before 4pm on 01720423869 or book online anytime.
Open: Tuesday - Saturday Nights in the season.
Sun & Mon: Closed (cricket & fishing)
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