The Anvil Inn
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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
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
Freshly landed fish, often caught that day, is a delight! Locally reared meat, Cornish Cheeses and dairy products. Local soft fruits and vegetables, picked and eaten whilst they are at their best.
School Hill, Mevagissey
, PL26 6TH
The Old Quay House is a traditional waterside Cornish inn with an outstanding setting at the head of the Hayle tidal estuary. With stunning views over the water, the Old Quay House makes a perfect spot for lunch, a delicious home- made evening meal or drinks with friends or family.
Griggs Quay, Lelant, Hayle
, TR27 6JG
The Cornish Barn is a rustic restaurant, bar and smokehouse serving a wholesome menu with a focus on fresh Cornish produce – all helped along by craft beers and wines from local independent vineyards.
20 Chapel Street, Penzance
, TR18 4AW
A unique dining experience unmatched anywhere else in Cornwall. This tiny little castle between Redruth and Camborne is owned by the Sawalha family and serves up tasty Middle Eastern cuisine and mezze in the granite surrounds of a 500 year old building. The views are amazing and welcome is warm. Booking is essential so call and experience Carn Brea Castle for yourself, an experience not to be missed!!!!.
Carn Lane, Carnkie, Redruth
, TR16 6SL
Castaways offers a perfect blend of quality seafood, locally sourced produce and great wine. With stunning views across Carrick Roads, watch sail boats glide across the water whilst sipping a glass of chilled wine.
Old Admiralty House, Mylor Harbour, Falmouth
, TR11 5UF
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
Sitting on the Sun Soaked Terrace with a large bowl of Mussels and a glass of crisp chilled wine you would be forgiven for believing you must be somewhere on the Mediterranean coast as you watch the sparkling sea and the Tall Ships bobbing in the harbour.
Charlestown, St Austell
, PL25 3NJ
Country Skittles is a well-established entertainment centre with a great selection of freshly cooked food in the restaurant. It is situated in beautiful rural surroundings, and with Skittles bowling alleys, shooting gallery, loads of games and a well-stocked bar, it is perfect for families, large groups, office outings and weddings.
Bunkers Hill, Townshend, Hayle
, TR27 6ER