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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If you like relaxed dining in an airy, elegant modern restaurant with a tranquil and friendly atmosphere which makes each visit so enjoyable, then the Lookout Restaurant at The Pedn-Olva Hotel, St Ives, is the place for you.
St Petroc’s Bistro in Padstow where head chef Paul Harwood recreates some of Rick Stein’s favourite dishes, well aged steaks, grilled fish and more served in a bustling bistro environment
Tides restaurant at the Mariners Rock, is a unique experience. Our waterside location by the Camel estuary in Rock, makes this the best spot in Cornwall.
The best locally sourced food in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Sat on Falmouth's famous Gyllyngvase beach, over looked by the imposing Pendennis castle with fantastic views of the lizard peninsula.
Trelaske Hotel restaurant is an owner managed small peaceful property in 4 acres of gardens with 2 AA Rosettes for excellent food. Professional and friendly service from Hazel ensure guests feel relaxed and looked after.