Restaurants

Hidden gem or Michelin starred?

Nathan Outlaw's Fish Kitchen, Port Isaac

Nathan Outlaw's Fish Kitchen, Port Isaac (23 miles)

A tiny gem of a place in the gorgous fishing village of Part Isaac with a fantastic menu that celebrates small, original and delicious seafood plates.

"Wherever possible we buy the best fish from local inshore day boats that are certified by the Responsible Fishing Scheme. We are proud of our local fishermen who land fresh fish and shellfish daily and work using low impact fishing methods that preserve our marine environment."

The Seafood Restaurant, Padstow

Rick Stein's The Seafood Restaurant, Padstow (33 miles)

Famously hard to book, but well deservin of its high regard, Rick Stein's Seafood restaurant is  true destination eating out.

 

Since opening in 1975, The Seafood Restaurant has established an international reputation for imaginative cooking with the very freshest fish and shellfish. The restaurant sits just across the quay from where the lobster boats and trawlers come in and much of the fish comes literally straight off the boats and in the kitchen door.

Fifteen Cornwall

Fifteen Cornwall (39 miles)

Awesome food made by inspiring people in a jaw dropping location overlooking Watergate Bay.  Well worth a visit.

"Fifteen Cornwall is part of a global social enterprise, founded by Jamie Oliver with a clear mission: empower those who deserve a second chance in life. We aim to inspire people through food, whether it's the apprentice chefs in our kitchen or the diners in our restaurant.  We make delicious Italian inspired food. On a beach in Cornwall. With amazing ingredients. What could be better?"

The Dartmoor Inn

The Dartmoor Inn (40 miles)

One of our tried and tested caterers we like their style and their own place is a gem, and on our way back towards Bristol, so great for breaking up the journey home!

The award-winning cooking is based on seasonal ingredients and much work has gone into forging links with local farmers and food artisans to ensure they use only the best ingredients

Porthminster Cafe St. Ives

Porthminster Cafe St. Ives (70 miles)

Enjoy a pint in the sunshine while your children play on the beach in front of you on white sandy beach - perfection.

Nestled beneath the steep slopes of Porthminster Point, right on the beach with unbeatable and uninterrupted views across St Ives Bay to Godrevy Lighthouse. Now open all year round for morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.