A taste of the south west – and the world!
Whether you tuck into seafood flipped from rod to pan or ice cream churned from cow to cone, seaside living has never tasted better in the region.
Alba has fast become the pinnacle of fine, five star dining in the town, specialising in local produce, line-caught fish and seasonal vegetables. The menu is designed by award-winning chef and proprietor Grant Nethercott.
Appleton’s at the Vineyard
For Appleton’s at the Vineyard food is about more than the recipes – it’s a whole attitude and lifestyle that makes great food the focus of every day. It’s about sourcing the best seasonal ingredients at their peak.
Ben Tunnicliffe Sennen Cove
The beach-side restaurant, Ben Tunnicliffe Sennen Cove occupies one of the most impressive dining locations in the country, commanding spectacular views over the rugged and unspoilt bay in west Cornwall.
Burgers & Fish
The atmosphere in the restaurant is friendly and relaxed with it’s large and comfortable leather booths and seating, making Burgers & Fish the perfect place for lunch or dinner any day of the week, for everyone.
Bush Pepper is a fresh, fusion Australian-influenced restaurant, using a mix of Australian and Cornwall’s finest ingredients to produce and array of dishes that bring a new twist to the usual dining options in Newquay.
Couch’s Great House
Couch’s Great House restaurant is situated in Polperro. In order to create a relaxing and enjoyable environment, the restaurant, with the exception of assistance dogs, does not permit dogs or children under the age of seven.
The aim at Driftwood is simply to awaken your taste buds with delicious flavours and textures obtained through the hard work of the dedicated team, incorporating only the freshest seafood and finest, west country meats.
Falmouth Oyster Festival
Falmouth Oyster Festival celebrates the start of the oyster dredging season, the native Fal Oyster and the diversity of Cornish seafood. Providing four days of feasting, cooking demos, live music and food and craft stalls.
Overlooking the beach at Watergate Bay on the north coast of Cornwall, Fifteen Cornwall offers a unique blend of exceptional food, dedicated service and an inspiring commitment to make a difference in people’s lives.
Great Cornish Food Festival
Truro’s Lemon Quay will transform into foodie heaven for three days of eating, drinking, shopping and entertainment as the Great Cornish Food Festival celebrates the food revolution that has taken place in Cornwall.
Hooked on the Rocks
Hooked on the Rocks has an exciting tapas menu, perfect if you want a light bite or to create the ultimate sharing feast. With a Pan-Asian influence the menu offers a range of fish dishes, with meat and vegetarian options too.
Kingswood Bar & Restaurant
With ever changing menus, all of the food at Kingswood Bar & Restaurant is influenced by the seasons and the very best of locally-sourced produce. It is the place to relax and enjoy a unique energy and buzz around food.
The Lanivet Inn is a village pub focusing on all of the things that make a good pub great; quality food made from fresh locally-sourced produce, the best kept real ales, music, Sky Sports and whole lot of fun.
Old School Bar & Kitchen
The family-run Old School Bar & Kitchen is focused on providing friendly service in a wonderful setting whilst serving innovative, high-quality food created from locally-sourced produce to ensure the freshest of flavours.
Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen
The menu at Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen celebrates small, original and delicious seafood plates, cooked to order and served when ready. Wherever possible the restaurant buy the best fish from local day boats that are RFS certified.
Paul Ainsworth At No 6
Paul Ainsworth At No 6 is a fantastic Michelin star restaurant, located in a beautiful Georgian townhouse in the heart of Padstow. The restaurant serves modern British food with a focus on especially-sourced Cornish produce.
Picnic Cornwall is a small, independent coffee shop, deli and hamper service located in the heart of Falmouth. The aim is to bring you the finest food from the best Cornish producers, giving you a true taste of Cornwall.
Porthminster Cafe in St Ives is a multi-award winning seafood restaurant, where the atmosphere is always relaxed and friendly. The cafe specialises in Mediterranean and Asian cuisine and is an oasis of taste and visual beauty.
Prawn on the Lawn
Prawn on the Lawn is a fully-licensed fishmonger and seafood bar with the addition of a hot food license. This has allowed the head chef to experiment with different dishes, making the most of the local produce of Padstow.
Restaurant Nathan Outlaw
At Restaurant Nathan Outlaw it is Nathan’s unique approach to seafood cookery, coupled with the respect given to every tail and scale that hits his board, which provides a truly memorable dining experience.
Rick Stein Fistral
Rick Stein Fistral, is casual and laid-back restaurant serving Rick’s famous fish and chips as well as Indian takeaway with dishes inspired by Rick’s travels including Goan chicken curry, lamb karahi and much more.
Rick Stein’s Café
With fresh fish landed right on the doorstep, Rick Stein’s Café creates simple dishes with imaginative flavours. The menu changes daily with influences from afar including dishes such as pad Thai noodles and cod curry.
Rojano’s in the Square
Rojano’s in the Square has an exciting and colourful history that has made it the Padstow institution that everyone knows and loves. Rojano’s offers a fantastic range of rustic Italian and Mediterranean influenced dishes.
Roskilly’s are quite rightly famous for their lip-smacking ice creams and sorbets, but they are also a fantastic attraction! This place is all natural, from the ice cream to the enchanted ponds to the peaceful woodland walks.
St Kew Inn
The St Kew Inn prides itself on the choice and quality of food all prepared in its renowned kitchens. The tranquil location is the perfect setting to enjoy a glass of wine or a pint of beer drawn from casks available.
St Mabyn Inn
The St Mabyn Inn is what can only be described as a proper country pub, located in the heart of North Cornwall. The pub serves food daily and the menus change regularly to keep things seasonal, local and ‘ansom’.
St. Tudy Inn
The St. Tudy Inn has a warm and cosy atmosphere and a passion for simple, rustic cuisine, real ales and fine wines. There is an ever evolving menu that combines a passion for beautiful food with the best Cornish produce.
Stein’s Fish & Chips
At Stein’s Fish & Chips you’ll find a menu of cod and haddock together with a large range of local fish like hake, monkfish, John Dory and bass which is often landed right here on the doorstep in Padstow.
The Allotment Deli
The Allotment Deli specialise in a range of Cornish products and a great selection of Cornish cheeses. The deli deals with a small set of farmers and allotments to bring you locally-grown produce that is in season and fresh.
The Beach Hut
The Beach Hut menu visits many places – among them Mexico, Asia and Italy – to create contemporary British seaside food. Easy yet imaginative, the food brings you together in the most relaxed, beside-the-sea way.
The Black Rock
The Black Rock restaurant is about top notch Cornish produce, fresh fish and shellfish and meat and game from nearby farms and seasonal vegetables. The restaurant is about great food, great drinks, great service at a great price.
The seafood at The Boathouse isn’t just your ordinary battered cod it has clean tastes and fresh, uncomplicated flavours. The food is a picture on a plate, but only in the sense that what you see, was what you ate.
The Carew Arms
The Carew Arms is a pub, general store and cafe in Antony. It is focused on delivering affordable, local and seasonal produce. The simple menu places an emphasis on the quality of the produce that is used in the kitchen.
The Chintz Bar
Far down the rabbit hole in the heart of Falmouth lies The Chintz Bar, a bar like no other. Specialising in wine, cheese and charcuterie The Bar is the best place to relax, put your feet up and set the world to rights.
The Digey Food Room
The Digey Food Room serve delicious Cornish breakfasts until 3pm. The wholesome lunches include many vegetarian and gluten-free options. Lots of delicious salads, quiches and cakes to takeaway.
The Fish House
The Fish House is a restaurant in Newquay located on Fistral Beach a stones throw from the sea. The inspiration for the food comes straight from the sea, using locally-caught fish and shell fish caught straight from Newquay harbour.
The Gurnard’s Head
The fresh and seasonal menu at The Gurnard’s Head changes every day according to what the chefs feel is at its seasonal best. Drink flows through the veins of the pub and it always has three hand-pulled ales on offer.
The Harbour Fish and Grill
The love of local, seasonal and fresh ingredients at The Harbour Fish and Grill make up the flavoursome and simple menus. The restaurant provides a relaxed, family atmosphere during the day and fine dining in the evening.
The Hidden Hut
The Hidden Hut is a small cafe with a big difference. Found tucked away along the National Trust coastal path near Portscatho and St Mawes, it’s a special spot to enjoy freshly-cooked food with friends and family.
The Old Grammar School
The Old Grammar School is well known for it’s fresh home-made lunches and evening tapas. Fantastic cocktails are served late into the night and coupled with its famous BBQ and paella nights this is not to be missed!
The Seafood Restaurant
The Seafood Restaurant is famous for establishing an international reputation for the very freshest fish and shellfish. The Head Chef and his team create simple seafood dishes with classic flavours using Rick Stein’s recipes.
The Stable has breathtaking, panoramic views over one of Britain’s most famous beaches, Fistral Beach. A truly stunning location with an abundance of fine local produce and a plentiful supply of craft cider.
The menu at The View changes daily with a bias towards local fish and seafood in spring and summer; as the seasons cool meat and game start to feature. The style is simple and clean with an emphasis on the main ingredient.
The Watch House
The Watch House is open for lunch and dinner throughout the week. But if you fancy a quick bite to eat, the Watch Out take-away window serves fresh and local fish and chips as well as plenty of options to keep you going.
The Tolcarne Inn is a cracking pub, located just a stone’s throw away from Newlyn harbour. It was a bit of a down-at-heel fishermen’s haunt until it was taken over by the energetic local food hero, Ben Tunnicliffe.
Trewithen Restaurant is Lostwithiel’s number one restaurant and one of the most renowned restaurants in Cornwall. Its reputation is founded on two key ingredients – fine dining and first class friendly service.