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Quies Restaurant at the Treglos Hotel, Padstow, Cornwall

North Coast > Padstow
The Quies Restaurant at Treglos Hotel, Constantine Bay, Padstow, is named after the distinctive rocks in the bay and definitely worth a visit. Locally sourced food and a daily changing menu boasting classic food with a contemporary twist.
St Petroc's Bistro, Padstow, North Cornwall

North Coast > Padstow
St Petroc’s Bistro in Padstow is a beautiful rustic building with low wooden beams, winding stairs and cosy fireplaces. Enjoy the talents of head chef, Nick Evans, as he recreates some of Rick Stein’s favourite dishes.
The Cornish Arms, St Merryn, Padstow, Cornwall

North Coast > Padstow
Food at The Cornish Arms is based on Rick Stein's famous recipes at this popular St Austell brewery pub situated in the village of St Merryn near Padstow. It offers a simple British menu.
Oystercatcher Bar, Polzeath, Cornwall

North Coast
The Oystercatcher Bar overlooks Polzeath beach, North Cornwall. The bar is popular with visitors and locals alike, offering a very friendly welcome to all. Large car park. Comprehensive menu and amazing view of one of Cornwall's finest coastlines. 
The Seafood Restaurant, Padstow, North Cornwall

North Coast > Padstow
The Seafood Restaurant in Padstow is Rick Stein's flagship restaurant. Fresh local fish and shellfish are at the heart of the menu where head chef, Stephane Delourme creates Rick’s simple and classic dishes.
King Arthurs Arms Tintagel

North Coast > Tintagel
The King Arthurs Arms is a family pub located on the main street of Tintagel. The bar benefits from a real fire, baby changing and disabled facilities, comfortable seating, pool table and darts.
Rick Stein's Cafe, Padstow, Cornwall

North Coast > Padstow
Rick Steins Café in Padstow serves light lunches, relaxed dinners, breakfasts, coffees, cakes and more served in a cosy and informal café. 
Jamaica Inn, Food & Drink, Mid Cornwall, Bodmin, Lauceston, Cornwall

Cornwall
Jamaica Inn, Cornwall's most famous Smugglers Inn, high up on wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor and made world-famous by Daphne du Maurier's tale of smugglers, rogues and pirates.