5 to try: Coastal Food & Drink Hotspots

Waterside eating

Here's our pick of coastal cafe's, bars and restaurants around Cornwall. 

The Old Coastguard, Mousehole

Located on the edge of one of Cornwall's prettiest fishing village's, The Old Coastguard offers views out towards the rocks of St Clements Isle, providing epic waves during stormy conditions. Take a walk around the harbour before returning to the bar for a warm drink beside a log fire, or even a meal? Come down at Christmas and enjoy the world famous lights that illuminate the harbour. 
Sat Nav: TR19 6PR

The Beach at Bude, Bude

Situated above Summerleaze Beach with panoramic views of the sea and the surfers, this bar buzzes at the weekend when there's often live music. Have a hot chocolate or a coffee with a shot of something warming. The food is pretty special to...
Sat Nav: EX23 8H

The Old Sardine Factory, Looe

Newly opened on the quayside at Looe, this resaturant and cafe have views out over the river, providing an ever changing view as you sup your hot chocolate or indulge in some of the freshest seafood to be found in Cornwall. There's a heritage centre downstairs to explore as well...

Sat Nav: PL13 2BX

Lusty Glaze Beach Bar, Newquay

Overlooking its own private beach, this bar and restaurant provides a unique setting for lazy lunches, cosy coffees, and seaside suppers. Whatever the weather, the view from your table is breath-taking.  On wild winter days, cosy up by one of two roaring log burners with one of our famous hot chocolates.

Sat Nav: TR7 3AE

The Working Boat, Falmouth

Traditionally the first port of call after a hard day working out at sea, the pub is now open for everybody to enjoy. It offers a cosy and casual dining experience with real ales and local ciders on tap. It's also a find place to stop off after walking around Falmouth for a warm drink with stuning views across the harbour.

Sat Nav: TR11 2SR