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.
  • The Lugger Hotel and Wheelhouse Restaurant - Penzance /

    Offers a full a la carte menu, fresh local Newlyn fish and quality meats. Also caters for vegetarians and children.
  • The Springer Spaniel / Launceston

    18th century pub country pub offering full restaurant menu. All meals utilise Cornish produce and specials feature locally caught game.
  • Penlee House

    Orangery Cafe / Penzance

    Small cafe attached to Penlee House gallery in Penlee Park. Relatively large patio area for Summer alfresco dining
  • The Waymarker / Constantine

    Come along & enjoy The Waymarker's freshly prepared food & drinks with unparralelled seclusion & tranquility. We value maintaining the flavour of local produce and the showcase of this is our highly praised Sunday Roast and Cornish cream teas
  • The Waterfront Inn / Portreath

    Public House & Restaurant specialising in local fresh fish, regular entertainment, disabled facilities, beach side terrace.
  • Archie Browns / Penzance

    Vegetarian café upstairs and healthfood shop downstairs. Friendly atmosphere and helpful staff.
  • Ring o Bells / Wadebridge

    When you go to a pub for an evening meal you expect to eat heartily for ‘not so much’, finding such places to eat in North Cornwall can be a challenge during holiday periods. You will not find overpriced ‘art on a plate’ here, two strips of carrot a square of meat or fish on a ‘sauce-stained’ plate. What you will find is our good honest old fashioned pub food, at a price that anyone can afford with fresh local produce used wherever possible. At the Ring O Bells you will get a great night out without breaking the bank. Being a pub, we know a thing or two about wines and spirits too, so even the house wines are selected with care and with an eye for value. So that’s about it… proper food at a proper price with some proper Cornish company, now that does sound like a good night out!
  • Beaucliffes Restaurant / Porth

    Situated overlooking Porth beach with beautiful coastal views, Beaucliffes Restaurant enjoys a well earned reputation for fine dining and service.
  • Chantek - Turo /

    Asian fusion restaurant and bar with stylish surroundings set over two floors

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