Cornwall offers great food and dining experiences

Whether you want to eat in or out, we have plenty of supermarkets and butchers, and there are many places to experience great Cornish food, from fish & chips to pubs and seafood restaurants.

The Port William

The Port William at Trebarwith Strand is renowned as a surfer’s paradise, children’s sandpit and walker’s delight. This boutique hotel style coastal inn near Tintagel, has front row sea-facing seats, alfresco dining, contemporary décor and a cosy woodburner to toast your toes beside after a long day walking.

Why not bring Rover too, as we’re a dog friendly bed and breakfast. Stroll along the stretch of sand and return to our 4 star accommodation, each with stunning sea views.

Our menus combine your favourite pub classics, with enticing specials – making the most of the freshest ingredients.

The Cornish Arms

The Cornish Arms Inn nr Port Isaac is a 16th Century coaching Inn, ideally located in the pretty hamlet of Pendoggett, c.2.5 miles from the historic fishing village of Port Isaac. Port Isaac has become famous over the years, not just as a fishing village but also as the home of Fisherman’s Friends, a group of local fishermen who are a world famous sea shanty group of singers, and more recently film stars after the release of the successful movie based on their story. Port Isaac is also the home of Doc Martin, and the film Saving Grace widely thought to be the pre-cursor to Doc Martin was filmed in part in the Cornish Arms.

Our menu is short seasonal and delicious, all our food is cooked to order, our desserts are to die for. The menu changes a little every day depending on what our suppliers are bringing us and what the fisherman catches on the day.

The tables in the snug are warmed by open fire and the bar by wood burner in the winter, and in the (hopefully) beautiful summer days eating is available in the large enclosed garden to the front.

The Poldark Inn

The Poldark Inn is situated at the highest point of the Treligga Downs in Cornwall and less than 2 miles from the coast. Set in a tranquil, picturesque and secluded location, the inn offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking.

The on-site bar features a good selection of beers and real ales and provides traditional English pub food. Guests can relax by watching live sports at the bar or by playing a game of pool on the 2 pool tables available.

The inn is situated on the spectacular North Cornwall coastal path, offering scenic walks to the quiet Tregardock Beach, which is less than a mile away. Trebarwith Strand is just over 2 miles from the inn and offers a large sandy beach and many cliffs and natural caves.

Watergate Bay

Watergate Bay Hotel is so close to the sea you can watch the surfers from the pool. It’s about the balance in life: getting among the elements, eating and drinking well, having a good time.

Local Cornish produce with global influence. Breakfasts that set you up, fresh mussels, sharing boards and menus for post-surf cravings. Whether you’re here to dine or barefoot from the beach – choose from four different eating and drinking spots in the Bay. Right on the north Cornwall coast.

The Beach Hut – Big on burgers, steak, fish and shellfish. Right on the beach; buzzing with families, friends and dogs with their walkers. Sun-soaked wooden floors and surf-side seating

The Living Space – Coffees, salads, sandwiches, kids’ plates, large plates, sharing boards…Easy eating and lounging throughout the day, with food served from the open kitchen. When the hotel is busy we are only able to open for hotel guests.

Zacry’s has a charcoal oven at its heart and an emphasis on bold British food. Classic and contemporary dishes from daily seasonal menus.

Chough’s Bakery, Padstow

The Chough is more than just food; it’s an experience based on generations of Cornish know-how. Clotted cream, fresh local produce and traditional methods makes a pasty like no other.

The taste of Padstow, in every bite.

Forty years ago Elaine and Rob introduced Padstow to The Chough Bakery for the first timeCornwall has never been the same since.

A specialist recipe refined over years of dedicated hands on experience. A bakery at the heart of one of Cornwall’s biggest tourist destinations. A product that only uses the best Cornish produce. This is how Elaine and her team deliver their award winning, traditionally made Cornish pasties.

Peckish Fish & Chips

Robert Peck began his career in the mid 90s working in his local fish and chip shop as an assistant fryer.

Rob and his wife Louise moved to Camelford, North Cornwall in November of 2008 and took ownership of the town’s fish and chip shop.  After being refurbished and rebranded as ‘Peckish’ it reopened in mid January 2009 and has thrived ever since.

In June of the same year Peckish became the first fish and chip shop in North Cornwall to obtain the 5-star Fryers Quality Award, the highest accolade Seafish give.

Chapel Café & Port Isaac Pottery

Chapel Cafe takes pride in the fact that all produce is locally sourced and fresh. In 2014 we opened  Chapel Cafe, which is a wonderful place to sit and enjoy a homemade breakfast, lunch, cake or cream tea.  All of our products are locally sourced and we serve our own special blend of roasted coffee. You can contact us on 01208 881300, or alternatively you can email us at

Set in the beautiful location of Port Isaac harbour, the old Roscarrock Methodist Chapel is home to the workshop where Bill, Barbara and Faye make their distinct pottery.  The unique Chapel building itself retains many of the 19th century original features with stunning views over the historic fishing village.
As well as our pottery, we also feature a wide variety of other gifts in our upstairs gallery, including beautiful homeware, accessories and fashion. Local photographer Matt also displays his award-winning photography downstairs, so there really is something for everyone and every budget!

Outlaws Kitchen

Seafood restaurants celebrating great Cornish produce – Seafood of the highest quality, served simply in homage to our Cornish waters.

Small, original and delicious seafood plates cooked to order and served when ready. Open lunch and dinner, cooking a fixed menu at £80 per person.

We take tables of up to 6 guests. Each reservation has 1 hour and 45 minutes before we require the table back. No children under 10. Only the £80 per person menu is available.

Padstow – Foodie Heaven

From thrilling Atlantic surf to soft, sandy beaches, cliff-hugging villages and stunning inland scenery, north Cornwall has plenty to offer including some amazing foodie destinations.

Michelin starred and family restaurants, cafes and bistros rub shoulders with vibrant tapas bars, cosy tearooms and the warmth of welcoming pubs. Relax and dine alfresco at the waterside cafes offering regional and international cuisine or enjoy delicious homemade pasties and traditional fish and chips.


Very convenient and centrally located for most sights in Cornwall…

“Very convenient and centrally located for most sights in Cornwall. Accommodation is very good with everything you need including tea bags and sugar on arrival, as well as the heating put on for you. The manager is helpful and helped us with any enquiries we had. As for the location, superb views, absolutely stunning!”

Hilhoop 2008