Food and drink
Eating out in Cornwall From fine dining to quirky beach cafes
Cornwall is now known as a prime foodie destination, with Rick Stein, Jamie Oliver, Nathan Outlaw and Paul Ainsworth among the many top chefs championing the county’s abundant seafood and fresh produce. Browse our listings representing the very best Cornwall has to offer in eating out, from fine dining, to quirky cafes, pubs with spectacular views, beach cafes, and gorgeous tea rooms in interesting locations.
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Enjoy Tea at Treguddick in Launceston, Cornwall for a vintage afternoon with teas and cocktails in a historic Elizabethan Manor.
Our Wild Café is colourful, funky and one of the most relaxed places to eat delicious food in Cornwall while enjoying watching the beach, the surfers and the sunsets.
A visit to new Cornish winery Knightor is a must. Unique to Cornwall in concept, and relatively new to England on the whole, Knightor takes a ‘New World’ approach found in countries such as Australia and New Zealand.
With fantastic harbour views, our Porthleven restaurant offers sharing plates of local and seasonal produce all inspired by Rick’s travels as well as mains such as Singapore chilli crab, fish from the quay and rib eye steak.
The Driftwood Spars at St Agnes is many things, but it comes into it’s own as a pub. There are 3 cosy bars with wood burning stoves and a fantastic selection of alcohol, gaining full marks in inspections over the past 4 years.