Restaurants and Cafes

Restaurants and Cafes

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  • Balti Curries / Falmouth

    Balti Curries is the oldest curry house in Cornwall, and is conveniently located right in the heart of Falmouth, just near to the Sea Front. Mr. Hem started his first Nepalese restaurant in Plymouth in 1999, at this time there were no Nepalese restaurants in Cornwall. He later moved to the Balti Curries adding together Nepalese and Indian cuisine. Today there are about 32 Nepalese and many...
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  • The Waymarker / Constantine

  • Trevathan Farm / Port Isaac

    Trevathan Farm

    Head out to St Endellion for some home-cooked, home-grown food. The popular restaurant is open every day (except Monday) for breakfast and lunch. You can also enjoy a proper Cornish cream tea at the farm at any time.

    Our top tip is to book a table here for Sunday lunch. Their traditional roast is fantastic, especially if you choose their home-produced beef....
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  • The Turks Head / Penzance

    The Turk's Head - Penzance

    Set on Penzance’s historic Chapel Street the Turk’s Head lays claim to being the oldest pub in town with a tavern of some sort located here since the 13th century. This cosy pub was once the haunt of sea dogs and smugglers with stories of a hidden tunnel leading directly to the harbour.

    The tunnel and contraband may have gone but the pub still serves a fine selection of local ales and...
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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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  • Pedn Olva Hotel / St Ives

  • Kings Arms / St Just

  • Olive Tree / Bude

    Jer, Wen & the crew welcome you to "Olive Tree" on the Lower Wharf beside Bude's historic Canal, for a tempting selection of the finest produce. Enjoy in our comfy leather sofas & tubs either in our lounge or cozy conservatory. If the sun is shining, how about sitting outside while you look out over the canal with a glass of wine and a bowl of marinated olives.

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