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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
Senor Dicks is a unique venue was established over TWENTY years ago in the heart of Newquay, and is now Cornwall’s premiere Mexican restaurant and is highly regarded as the local’s choice.
East Street, Newquay
, TR7 1DB
Enjoy superb freshly-cooked food made using local produce in our newly restored Irina's restaurant whilst also enjoying the equally superb panoramic views over Tintagel Castle. Weather permitting, you can also eat & drink al-fresco on the Camelot Castle Hotel terrace.
Camelot Castle Hotel, Tintagel
, PL34 0DQ
Established now as one of the best Restaurants in Penzance, Alverne features tasty tapas from Spain using the best of Cornish ingredients. Lunch specials entice the local office workers and the dinner menu has plenty of modern British dishes to please everyone. Popular for local fish of which there are daily changing boards.
Alverton Street, Penzance
, TR18 2QN
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
Picture yourself sitting on the banks of a Cornish Canal, warm rays of sunshine and a plate of fine local food in front of you, and you’ve just placed yourself at the Olive Tree. This cafe-bistro is perfectly situated, overlooking Bude Canal, making it a must-visit for alfresco dining in Cornwall.
Lower Wharf, Bude
, EX23 8LG
Formerly a 17th century watermill, the popular pub and restaurant has a long reputation for good beer, wines and food. Relaxed informal and un-pretentious, the menu contains many traditional and modern pub favourites.
Old Coach Road, Lelant, St Ives
, TR27 6LQ
AN ALL NEW AUTHENTIC ITALIAN MENU
Kenwyn Street, Truro
, TR1 2SQ
A seventeenth century country inn originally a mine counting house. The Bolingey Inn is full of character and history.The pub has had many changes structurally and more landlords than can be researched. We hope you enjoy your visit and look forward to seeing you soon.
Penwartha Road, Bolingey, Perranporth
, TR6 0DH
Fish and seafood restaurant in Falmouth, with classic fish and chips at the heart of the menu and a selection of Rick Stein’s favourite seafood dishes
Discovery Quay, Falmouth
, TR11 3XA