Restaurants and Cafes

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  • Trehellas House / Bodmin

    AA rosette awarded restaurant offering locally sourced meats, fish, fruit, vegetables and Cornish cheeses. Also offers stir-fry and vegetarian specials.

  • Asquiths / Lostwithiel

    Modern British food served in comfortable and elegant surroundings.  Chef and owner Graham uses the best of local produce, including Marine Stewardship Certified fish, with imagination and flair to create dishes with flavours that will make you want to come back again and again.  And that is possible with the excellent value menu prices.

  • Bay View Inn - Widemouth

    The Bay View Inn refers to itself as North Cornwall's worst kept secret because of its obvious and growing popularity. If you enjoy fresh local seafood and beautiful sea views, the Bayview Inn will not disappoint. The menu features a plethora of options and a choice of gins so good that some might call them "ginspiring."

    The Bay View Inn's trendy, upmarket décor and appeal match the...
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  • Rectory Tea Rooms - Morwenstow

    The Rectory Tea Rooms will make you feel like you are taking a step back in time. In the small rural parish of Morwenstow, you will find a farmhouse dating back to the 13th century. Complete with open fires, antique furnishings and the original oak beams that have a story to tell as they came from ships that were wrecked many moons ago along the treacherous North Cornwall coastline.

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  • The Jam Pot - Gwithian

    Yes, this place is as cute as its name. This appealing cafe is housed in a listed building, an old, round coastguard lookout that's super-cosy in the colder months. However, most customers choose to stay outside, as the Jam Pot has the most incredible seaside location.

    The tea room serves up traditional, homemade comfort food. Come here for sandwiches, toasties and some of the best...
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  • King of Prussia - Fowey

    The King of Prussia is a hotel and restaurant housed in one of Fowey’s most prominent 17-century waterfront buildings. The hotel is suspected to be named after John Carter, a smuggler nicknamed "King of Prussia Cove", who is rumoured to have been in residence in the Inn during the 1780s.

    Start with a Continental, Full English, or Full Irish...
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  • Hole in the Wall / Bodmin

    Hole in the Wall - Bodmin

    If you are looking for a pub with quirky historic appeal in Cornwall, Hole in the Wall has plenty of it! The pub's name comes from its past as a debtor's prison (1749 - 1779). During this time, food was passed through a hole in the wall.

    Packed with olde worlde charm from the moment you stroll by the courtyard stream and into the pub, the Hole in the Wall will delight you from the...
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  • Hidden up a little alleyway not far from Truro Cathedral is the Kathmandu Palace which has been reliably serving up Nepalese and Indian food for years.

    The prices might not be the cheapest but the friendly service and wide variety of quality food more than make up for it.

    The decor is definitely old school Indian restaurant style, but personally I think this just makes it feel...
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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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  • The London Inn / Padstow

    The London Inn - Padstow

    Hungry? Thirsty? Head towards the harbour and tuck into proper pub grub at the London Inn. The hearty menu uses lots of great local produce (especially fish), and there’s a good choice of real ales in this welcoming pub.

    If you love a traditional inn (and who doesn’t?)The family-run London Inn is a good option. The building was originally three fisherman’s cottages, dating back to 1803...
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  • The Cracking Crab / Polzeath

    Cracking Crab - Polzeath

    If the name alone doesn't leave you smiling, the gorgeous clifftop location of the Cracking Crab in Polzeath definitely will. This modern little seaside restaurant has some of the best views of the surf in town and does a fine line in seafood.

    On the topic of seafood - the menu almost has too much to choose from in this department. If you're a foodie, prepare to be snapping shots of...
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  • Pinky Murphys Cafe - Fowey

    Whether you want to meet friends, have a coffee spot to take the family or just unwind and take a breather from "adulting", then when in Fowey, head to Pink Murphy's Café.

    This café is very quirky, with its tables named after legendary musicians such as Bob Marley.

    When warming up with a cappuccino & indulging in one of their home baked cakes, you won't find it hard to keep...
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  • Sunset Surf / Hayle

    Sunset Surf cafe - Gwithian

    This is such a West Cornish combo: a beachside cafe and surf school. Tuck into a bacon sandwich breakfast after a morning surf, or simply bypass the aquatic bit and head straight for a cream tea.

    The cafe is open ten until four from Wednesday to Sunday. The terrace is the perfect spot for a coffee (or a chilled afternoon cider on a hot day), or if you need to warm up from the water,...
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  • St Kew Inn / Port Isaac

    St Kew Inn

    It's a 6 mile walk to St Kew from Padstow, or a 12 mile drive (that pesky estuary). Either way, it’s worth it to visit this 15th-century inn in its rural hamlet.

    The St Kew Inn serves lovely local produce, some of it cooked over a wood fire. Try the catch from that day’s fishing boats, or tuck into some succulent Cornish meat. Just make sure that you leave room for...
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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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