Restaurants and Cafes

Restaurants and Cafes

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  • The Manor House Inn - Callington /

    Traditional, quality pub food. Best known for the Sunday roast
  • 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.
  • Lamorna Pottery / Lamorna

    Small friendly cafe attached to pottery serving great homemade cakes, light meals and a fine Sunday roast
  • 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.
  • Trehellas House / Bodmin

    AA rosette awarded restaurant offering locally sourced meats, fish, fruit, vegetables and Cornish cheeses. Also offers stir-fry and vegetarian specials.
  • Harris's Restaurant - Penzance /

    Small restaurant which appears in top eating guides nicluding the Michelin. Site includes details of freshly cooked fish from Newlyn, use of local produce, menus and table booking service.
  • Tate St Ives Cafe / St Ives

    With spectacular views over the old town and the atlantic ocean, there is no better place to stop and unwind. All ingredients are sourced from Cornish growers and suppliers where possible.
  • 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.
  • Trengilly Wartha Inn / Constantine

    Trengilly Wartha Inn is a fully licensed free house with a friendly bar and cosey Bistro. It is open through out the year. It lies in a peaceful valley in the heart of the country, close to the Helford River, in one of the less crowded parts of Cornwall.
  • The Waymarker / Constantine

    A rural retreat where you can enjoy a sweet or savory treat. The venue is a newly build timber beam construction nestled in peaceful scenery of disused quarry workings which is also available for functions or conferencing. The Waymarker can be found on the B3291 between Gweek & Treverva. We aim to combine its tranquil surroundings with the abundant quality local produce to provide a great place to enjoy the refreshments for both mind and body. Come along and enjoy THE WAYMARKER'S seclusion and uninterrupted views with a homemade meal or sandwich, cream tea or espresso coffee. We offer an excellent Sunday Roast for which we welcome bookings.

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