Restaurants and Cafes

Restaurants and Cafes

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  • The Dolphin Bar & Restaurant / Newquay

    Under new management as of May 2013! The oldest trading restaurant in the beautiful coastal town of Newquay is a traditional yet vibrant venue, with a friendly staff & a strong focus on sustainable & ethical practice. Fresh produce, locally & responsibly sourced, allowing for an exciting & dynamic food menu that will appeal to people of diverse tastes.
  • Jordans cafe / Marazion

    Beach cafe serving fairtraide, organic teas, coffees and hot chocolate. Paninis, Ciabattas, hot baguettes Falafels and are made with local ingredients. Friendly staff with fantastic views. Open pretty much all year.
  • Muffins Tea Room / Lostwithiel

    Muffins tearoom allows visitors to sample a traditional Cornish Cream tea, produced using home made scones, Clotted Cream from Trewithen Dairy and Boddingtons strawberry jam. The tea room is situated about five miles east of the Eden Project.
  • Couchs Great House Restaurant - Polperro /

    Menu created with produce purchased freshly each day. Executive Head Chef trained by Gordon Ramsey, Marco Pierre White and Raymond Blanc.
  • Poet's cafe @ Trereife / Newlyn

    Poet's cafe serves quality home made food at Trereife House. The inviting atmoshpere makes it a perfect secluded spot for a quiet lunch. We also cater for larger group bookings
  • Porthmeor Beach Cafe / St Ives

    Situated almost on the beach, the Porthmeor Cafe serves a range of food from breakfasts through to tapas, Asian/fusion and seafood dishes.
  • Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe / Truro

    Truro's 1st champagne, oyster and seafood bar. Lobster and seafood platters our specialty. Full menu, fresh fish landed daily. Open Monday to Sunday. Outside seating - dogs on leads outside welcome. Private parties catered for on an exclusive basis.
  • The Journeyman Restaurant & Cookery School / Padstow

    Beautiful 17th Century Mill Location serving Traditional English & European, Indian, Thai and Chinese cuisine. "The unique dining experience where the South-West meets the Far East" Listed in the Independent Newspapers top 50 places to eat curry in the UK.
  • Kota / Porthleven

    Awarded a Bib Gourmand in the Michelin Guide 2013, Kota use the freshest local produce with a slight Asian twist. This stylish and contemporary restaurant is positioned at the head of Porthleven's historic harbour with wonderful views.
  • Mannings Brasserie - Truro /

    A place to relax and unwind after a hard day at work. Serves international cuisine, coffees, beers, wines, spirits and cocktails.

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