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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
River Life cafe is situated on the outskirts of Bude, close to the Bude Canal and marshes, a very attractive part of this coastal town.
Pethericks Mill, Bude
, EX23 8TF
The Driftwood Spars located on Trevaunance Cove is a diverse and versatile business offering a traditional pub, with food that has a touch of flair and innovation making the Driftwood a gastronomic destination.
Trevaunance Cove, Quay Road, St Agnes
, TR5 0RT
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
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
For 20 miles around the Halzephron Inn is synonymous with good food, Winners of a bucket full of dining awards including Cornwall Dining Pub of the Year. Reservations in the evening are recommended in summer as it gets very busy. Lunches are popular with outside dining a real treat.
, TR12 7QB
The top of the premier league of Cornish restaurants after 15 years, Tabb's has a loyal following. The food is firmly rooted in French tradition with the best ingredients available many of them Cornish. Super pre-theatre offer and lunch service have few equals in the county's capital.
85 Kenwynn Street, Truro
, TR1 3BZ
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
With its extensive history as a 13th century manor house the Tree Inn is one of the most interesting places to eat in Cornwall. There is a bar for casual diners, a great restaurant, a garden courtyard and an excellent Sunday Carvery.
Fore Street, Stratton, Bude
, EX23 9DA
Built into the cliff directly overlooking the Harbour, The Restaurant, Conservatory and Terrace has superb views over 7 of Newquay’s finest beaches. Dogs and there well behaved owners are more than welcome.
The Harbour, North Quay Hill, Newquay
, TR7 1HF