Explore the World Heritage Site

We know Cornwall has some fantastic coastal scenery, and it has some fantastic places to eat, so why not put the two together and create a list?

This is a very short example of what there is to offer, and might not include your favourites, but we believe these are all worth visiting.

Café Tate St Ives

We are sure you will be inspired by the view from the Tate’s café, at the top of the iconic gallery on the seafront at St Ives. Watch the surfers as they master the waves or look out across the old part of town as you discuss the merits of the art on display. There’s even a rooftop terrace open during the warmer weather, and you can use the cafe without visiting the galleries.

The Port William, Trebarwith Strand

For those walking the South West Coast Path in North Cornwall, the Port William at Trebarwith Strand has always been a favourite. Its conservatory style dining room and outdoor terrace both offer fantastic views of the breathtaking coastline and a much needed place to rest!. At high-tide watch the waves pound the rocks, or at low-tide enjoy the mile-long stretch of golden sand.

Lewinnick Lodge, Newquay

Perched on top of the jagged Pentire Headland to the west of Newquay, the restaurant has unrivalled views of the wild Atlantic and Fistral beach. Specialising in seafood, much of it from Cornish waters, there’s not many places better to watch the sun go down in Cornwall, or just enjoy the sea views.

Blue River Table, River Fal

You can't get a better view of the water while eating than on board a boat! The Tethra is a beautifully restored Cornish motor launch where you can experience the ever-changing scenery of the local Cornish creeks around the Fal estuary as they pile the table high with a feast of local produce and sharing platters all freshly prepared onboard.

This is just a small selection of wonderful places to eat around the Cornish coast, for many more check out out our Food & Drink page on the website.

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