Restaurants and Cafes

Restaurants and Cafes

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  • Ohana / Newquay

    Relaxed and chilled out cafe/restaurant serving Hawaiian inspired cuisine using fresh local fish and produce. Homemade burgers, Hawaiian curry, seafood Jambalaya all served in a dramatic setting with stunning views over Newquay Bay. Open all day from Breakfast till late! Come and try our Steak breakfast and freshly made smoothies
  • 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.
  • Bens Cornish Kitchen / Marazion

    Voted one of Britain’s 30 best restaurants by the sea in the Times, Ben's offers fine dining at reasonable price. Located in the heart of Marazion the restaurant is a family run, warm, yet modern place to relax.
  • 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!
  • The Watering Hole - Perranporth /

    Bar/restaurant quite literally on the beach - Indian, Mediterranean, Mexican and English cuisine available.
  • Curry Corner - Penzance /

    Great Indian takeaway and eat in cafe located at the top of Chapel Street.
  • The Dock Inn / Penzance

    The newly renovated Dock, a freehouse & restaurant owned by comedian Jethro’s brother Les, has quickly become the “in place to eat & drink in Penzance”. Food is modern British with a continental twist, with all meals being cooked on the premises using only fresh ingredients, and offering excellent value for money. Menus are devised according to season and produce availability, using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. There is a comprehensive wine list, a wide range of bar drinks and excellent real ales including the legendary Spingo brewed in Helston.
  • The Wellington Hotel, Boscastle / Boscastle

    RAC Dining Award winning restaurant, as featured on BBC\'s \'Changing Rooms\'programme.
  • The Beach Restaurant / St Ives

    First class local fish, seafoods, poultry, meat and game. Vegetarian menu also available.

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