Food and drink in Cornwall
Food and drink From fine dining to quirky beach cafes
Browse our listings of official Tourist Board members, representing the very best Cornwall has to offer, from fine dining, to quirky cafes, to vineyards, breweries and the best in fresh produce.
There's so much Cornwall is famous for; seafood, fish and chips and of course the Cornish pasty. We have a wide variety of eateries and pubs with spectacular views, beach cafes, gorgeous tea rooms in interesting locations.
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At the heart of St Austell’s town centre, White River Place is more than just a place to shop – it’s a place to meet, eat and relax with events and entertainment throughout the year.
Young or old, dining at Fowey Hall is an experience to enjoy. Cornwall has an abundance of fantastic ingredients so just relax and unwind over quality, locally-sourced and seasonal produce cooked to perfection.
The Lewinnick Lodge is proudly positioned at the end of Pentire Headland, looking back across the rolling waves of the Atlantic towards Fistral Bay and as far as Padstow, it is probably one of the best coastal views anywhere in the country.
The Steam Bar and Restaurant at the Great Western Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall, provides informal dining, drinks and snacks in relaxed comfortable surroundings.
We are rightly proud of the Mount Haven Restaurant, which has recently been awarded a second AA Rosette. The decor is chic and inviting, with comfortable seating, crisp white table linen, fresh flowers, and beautiful local photography for you to enjoy.