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Nestled above the cliffs of Pentire Headland, looking out across the mighty Atlantic, The Lewinnick Lodge has probably one of the best coastal views anywhere in the county. Serving modern British food with an emphasis on fresh fish, the Lodge has long been established as the premier location to enjoy fine Cornish fare and hospitality.
Pentire Headland, Newquay
, TR7 1QD
Shining high on the top of the fusion explosion in Cornwall, Xen continues to pack em in with his up to the minute take on Asian cookery. Expect healthy, tasty, tradional dishes with a little flare. There are lots of very individual dishes from a patron who is passionate about great flavours using only the best of authentic ingredients.
47-49 Calenick Street, Truro
, TR1 2SF
Sat on Falmouth's famous Gyllyngvase beach, over looked by the imposing Pendennis castle with fantastic views of the lizard peninsula is the Gylly beach café. This family run award winning café is simply striving to serve the best locally sourced food in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Cliff Road, Falmouth
, TR11 4PA
The Plume of Feathers - restaurant, pub and bed and breakfast accommodation - is located in Mitchell, Cornwall, within close driving distance of Newquay (including Newquay Airport) and Truro.
, TR8 5AX
Come and enjoy the cosy, intimate atmosphere of one of Newquay’s best-loved fish, seafood and steak restaurants. Combining the best in Cornish food, wine and beer, we know you’ll enjoy what our chef Chris, has to offer.A true Cornishman through and through
26 Cliff Road, Newquay
, TR7 2ND
The Turks Head Inn is a beautiful, typically Cornish public house dating from around 1233, making it Penzance’s oldest pub. The award winning menu here offers Great British Classics cooked with care using good local ingredients.
49 Chapel Street, Penzance
, TR18 4AF
Amelies, winner of the best Sunday roast 2016, Cornwall life awards, and best restaurant 2017! Perfectly positioned on the Harbour side in the idyllic fishing port of Porthleven, they have quickly become one of the best-kept secrets in the South West and one of the top restaurants in Porthleven. All of our food is made to order using locally sourced ingredients where possible.
, TR13 9JS
A 16th Century thatched Inn with family room and beer garden. This hidden gem is a grade two listed Cornish Inn which guarantees a friendly welcome, the freshest carefully prepared food and a wealth of real ales.
Trebellan, Cubert, Newquay
, TR8 5PY
AN ALL NEW AUTHENTIC ITALIAN MENU AND A FANTASTIC SPECIAL OFFER. HAPPY HOUR Monday-Friday 5:30PM - 6:30PM. - ALL PASTA AND PIZZA ONLY £6.95
Kenwyn Street, Truro
, TR1 2SQ
Cornwall has many restaurants to choose from, but few can match the Terrace Restaurant for location and ambience. Our Spanish-born Executive Head Chef, Joe Lado Devesa, has created a colourful, Mediterranean-inspired menu for our The Terrace Restaurant. As always, all of our dishes are prepared using the finest produce Cornwall and the West Country has to offer whenever possible, with local traceability and sustainability in mind.
Tregea Hill, Portreath
, TR16 4PE