7 of the Best Places to Eat Out in Hayle | Restaurants, Cafes & Pubs

  • Lula Shack / Hayle

    Lula Shack - Hayle

    Lula,set on Hayle harbour's North Quay, has given the hip St Ives cafes a run for their money. This laid-back place blends Cornish and Creole food, with a dash of Floridian crab shack magic.

    It's open all day, starting with a brilliant breakfast menu that seems to draw inspiration from everywhere, then serves classics like po'boys, steam pots, and wings until right into the evening....
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  • Feed / Hayle

    Feed - Hayle

    Feed serves fabulous street food and excellent coffee from its small unit in the Old Foundry Chapel in the middle of town. There's usually a queue (this place is loved), but it's always worth the wait.

    Start your day by picking up a breakfast box to eat on the beach, or roll up a bit later for coffee and pastries. For lunch, try a bagel or a taco, and Feed must be one of the only places...
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  • Salt - Hayle

    This relaxed cafe bar serves food all day, and is a popular place to hang out. It's housed in a converted old building in Foundry Square, just next to Hayle's landmark viaduct. The atmosphere is chilled, and the menu is full of delicious Cornish produce. 

    Salt is best-known for its sophisticated burgers, but if you prefer fish, try something like the Cajun popcorn prawns. Salt's meat...
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  • Chandler's Plaice - Fish and Chips - Hayle

    It's not a day at the seaside without fish and chips, right? Chandler's Plaice is at the Copperhouse end of Hayle, and it's the perfect stop-off point on your way home. The chippy is open for lunch, then fries again in the evening from four until nine.

    Like all good fish and chip shops, Chandlers serves a choice of cod, haddock, scampi and plaice, as well as other favourites like...
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  • Bird in Hand - Hayle

    Housed in a rather imposing-looking Victorian building, The Bird in Hand is a welcoming Hayle pub, with a large beer garden and a reputation for excellent traditional roasts. 

    It's also at the entrance to family-favourite attraction, Paradise Park, making it a welcome pitstop for parents after a busy day out. As well as...
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  • Bucket of Blood Pub in Phillack

    First things first: the name. According to local legend, the pub got its name centuries ago when the landlord pulled a bucket from the well, and it didn’t contain water… The body of a murdered smuggler had been dumped down the well, giving the inn its name and a pretty gruesome legend.

    Next: the pub today. Under new management, the old pub in Phillack outside Hayle serves good food and...
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  • Trevaskis Farm / Hayle