10 of the Best Places to Eat Out in The Lizard | Restaurants, Cafes & Pubs

  • New Yard Restaurant @ Trelowarren

    New Yard Restaurant - Trelowarren

    The New Yard serves a set supper menu from Wednesday through to Saturday from a stable yard in Trelowarren – it's all part of a private estate that's been owned by the same family for more than 600 years.

    This stylish plot was awarded Green Michelin Star back in 2021 – which not only recognises its high-quality food but its sustainable practices too. You'll need to pre-book to try out the flavours and all diners need to show up at 6.30 in time for the first plate which is served... read more...

  • Fat Apples Cafe

    Fat Apples Cafe

    Family-run Fat Apples is situated less than a minutes' drive from Porthallow Beach. A small cafe is joined by a back-to-basics campsite that spreads through an old Cornish woodland.

    It's all about home cooked food here, with local butchers, bakers and fishermen providing the produce. Things kick off with breakfast, which lines up a full-English option and veggie and vegan additions. Snacks and... read more...

  • Roskilly's Farm - Croust Hut

    The Croust Hut - Roskillys Farm

    Roskillys is a working, organic Cornish dairy farm and The Croust House is the restaurant that takes care of locally sourced dishes right on it.

    The menu's pretty much 100% homemade, from soups to pizzas and pies to cakes. You can opt to eat in or out, with a log fire providing warmth indoors during winter, and the old farmyard providing mealtimes with sunshine during the warmer months.

    Home-reared beef, pork, and lamb is on the menu, too – and with the restaurant pitched... read more...

  • Poldhu Beach Cafe

    Poldhu Beach Cafe

    Poldhu Beach Cafe serves a selection of drinks and snacks from its plot beside the sand dunes on Poldhu Cove.

    You can opt to dine indoors in the cafe, on the deck that faces out to the sea, alternatively you can take your food to go and enjoy it on the nearby beach.

    Summer's menu is frequented by salads and ice-cold drinks while winter sees a switch to the likes of mulled wine and cider and dishes designed to warm you up.

  • Halzephron Inn

    Halzephron Inn

    The Halzephron Inn is pitched a stone's throw from the beach fishing village of Gunwalloe right on the Lizard Peninsula.

    Al fresco dining comes with top-notch views whether you're sat front or back. The courtyard and beer garden at the rear offers vistas of rolling fields and countryside, while out front picnic tables provide a look at Mounts Bay – it's Cornwall's biggest bay.

    A stock of fresh fish is delivered to the restaurant daily, while a local butcher provides the menu... read more...

  • Kynance Cove Cafe

    Kynance Cove
    Kynance Cove

    Set down in one of Cornwall's most iconic coves, this beach cafe has been running since 1927. The original building this family run cafe sits in was purchased by the National Trust back in 1999. They fitted a water supply and helped to fit solar roof panels for electricity.

    The menu offers plenty to graze on – freshly prepped sarnies and baguettes, jacket potatoes and pastries are all on the cards, while local suppliers provide those with a sweet tooth with pastries and ice cream.... read more...

  • Cadgwith Cove Inn

    Cadgwith Cove Inn

    The Cadgwith Cove Inn makes for a perfect pitstop while walking the Lizard Peninsula Coastal walk. It's pitched right on the walkway and locks in photo-stop worthy views of the nearby cove.

    The restaurant's well-aged building dates back more than 300 years and its walls are lined with relics from its smuggling history. Food's served at all three main meal times come the summer months, or if you're in town for winter, cosy dinners are on the cards.

    Same-day freshness comes as a... read more...

  • Jumunjy Thai Cuisine

    Jumunjy Thai Restaurant

    Husband-and-wife team opened Jumunjy back on the island of Koh Phangan in Thailand back in 2003, and more recently they've brought Thai flavour to Cornish shores.

    All ingredients are imported from Thailand, ensuring an authentic taste in each of its dishes, including Thai favourites like Pad Thai and Panang. Fresh produce such as eggs and beef are sourced locally, the latter's 100% grass fed.

    The restaurant's pitched in the village of Cury, along the Lizard Peninsula making it... read more...

  • Witchball Bar & Restaurant

    Local fresh fish and seafood restaurant.  Our aim is to offer good quality food and drink at reasonable prices.  We have worked hard with our suppliers to provide you with local Cornish food and drink to complement the ambience of this 600 year old pub.

  • The Greenhouse

    Emphasis on organically grown fruit and vegetables and organic and free range meat.