Places To Eat
Mawgan Porth/ St Mawgan
The Falcon Inn
You will find this Inn in the picturesque village of St Mawgan which is only a mile away from Sun Haven Valley. The Inn has traces of a 6th century Celtic monastery but is now covered in the beautiful wisteria and held within the Vale of Lenherne. This award winning Inn boast the winner of St Austell Breweries “signature dish” as well as an award for its fabulous garden. The pub serves up a delicious choice of food and drinks and together with its beautiful surroundings makes this pub a stop that must be made.
There is an excellent choice of food and drink with friendly service, creating an atmosphere that can’t be beaten. There is out door eating on their patio over looking the wonderful Mawgan Porth beach, so its ideal on a hot summers day to come and enjoy the wonderful weather with your loved ones.
You can’t get a better location if you tried. Positioned on Mawgan Porth’s golden sands and adjacent to the River Manahyl his café is open for a big breakfast all the way through to afternoon cream tea. Not only is it a café but also supports a fish and chips shop and pizzeria all perfect for eating on the stunning beachfront.
Fire is a Grill and bar that gives Mawgan Porth a restaurant to be proud of with the best food for a very reasonable price. Sitting inside or out you get a magnificent view over Mawgan Porth Bay, along with its informal atmosphere, good food and brilliant service giving this waterfront a finishing touch.
The Smugglers Inn
Located just out side St. Mawgan The Smugglers Inn is a family run pub with a great choice of reasonably priced snacks or larger meals that you can eat in the bar, restaurant, conservatory or beer garden. There are loads of pub games to get involved with including pool, darts and a variety of board games, ideal for making an evening of it with the family.
This is a 5 star luxury hotel with restaurant only a short walk from Sun Haven Valley. You can’t find food of a higher quality any where else in Cornwall, with Michelin award-winning chef Ben Tunniclffe leading the team, only the greatest of local ingredients are used to create their amazing menu.
This is a 17th century family run Inn and prides its self on their selection of real ales and home made food, which includes roast dinners that are served up every day in the high season. The pub has its traditional fire place and authentic decorations hanging on the walls that shows Cornwall off in its true light giving you a true feel for this old country.
St Mawgan Tea Rooms
You will not find a better cream tea than the one served here. The jam, cream and scones are all home made on site by Roger the owner, giving them a unique taste that can’t be bettered. After you have had the jam you can even take a jar home with you as it is sold in the village shop attached.
The Phoenix is well suited to the Watergate Bay beach front
with a modern but still rural décor, this pub serves up a
delicious range of traditional, Mediterranean and seafood
dishes all at great prices. On the upper floor there is a
terrace with a great view over Watergate Bay, with good cover
so the ever-changing elements wont affect your meal. The speciality
of the Phoenix is there take away pizzas which are made to
order and taste so good!
This is the world famous Fifteen, Jamie Oliver’s restaurant here in Cornwall. This restaurant has a fabulous view over Watergate Bay beach so watching the best waves that hit England while eating top quality dishes is a match made in heaven. All the ingredients are sourced from the best local producers and used to create simple Italian inspired dishes. The beautiful décor and relaxed atmosphere makes this one of the best places to eat in Cornwall.
The gifted head chef has taken the best in local ingredients and turned it into an award-winning menu, which takes its influence from across Europe and further a field. A great spectacle of the Brasserie is the massive plate glass windows and balcony that over looks the fabulous Watergate Bay. For these reasons and more, this restaurant in Cornwall is one of the top experiences in the area.
This is a fine bistro/restaurant situated on Cornwall’s Watergate Bay beach. Come in and enjoy the warmth and comfort of this impeccable place to eat. From an Extreme hot chocolate through to a three course “blow out” this is a great place to come and hide out of the elements while watching the waves roll in.
Seven Bays Bistro
This splendid bistro combines the best of what is Cornish with Mediterranean styles to crate a truly delicious menu. The staff are very friendly and along with the wine list that has been carefully chosen to combine with the flavours on the menu, makes this a fabulous place to dine. This restaurant in Cornwall also provides take away pizza or light lunches if you don’t fancy a formal sit down meal.
Rosel & Co
This is a very unique and individual restaurant in Cornwall only seating approximately 24. The modern British style is in keeping with the village of St Marryn. All the food is made in house and is served up on hand made wooden tables with flooring to match, there is even locally produced art hanging on the walls. Rosel & Co is proud of its informal “ neighbourhood-style” environment and truly is a pleasurable place to dine.
Owned by Rick Stein this pub is the best in the area for simple British pub food. The pub has recently been refurbished and so have the menu. Rick has brought in an experienced head chef who has been working with Rick for over 10 years and the food served in this Cornish restaurant speaks for its self. Being tenants of the St Austell brewery means a range of the finest cast ales are always on tap, giving you are real taste of Cornwall.
This pub is located in a very popular area in Cornwall and boast delicious yet affordable food. There is regular entertainment that gives this pub a lively atmosphere that you are sure to enjoy especially when the bands play out side on the new decking area. When eating out in the sun with the finest pint of ale produced in the area, you will see why Cornwall is such a fantastic place.
Fryer Tucks Fish and Chips
The best chippy in the area serving up every thing that you would expect. If you tell a good chip shop from its chips then you have found the best. The fish comes from the local fishermen only a few miles away, so you cant get much fresher than this. Good prices and local produce keeping the British dish alive, the staff are friendly and there is quick service.
This is a different spin on a take away, the way it works is Piran’s Pantry makes the food and you cook it. They serve up high quality, freshly prepared meals that are delivered to your door, giving you the freedom to cook them at your leisure. Making sure that you can make the most of your time, allowing Piran’s to do all the hard work.
Rick Steins Seafood Restaurant/ Fish and Chips/ Café
There is a range of different establishments that Rick Stein owns, he has taken a shine to this wonderful area of England and set up his food empire. There is The Seafood Restaurant, St Petroc’s Bistro, Rick Stein’s Café and Stein’s Fish & Chips, all the establishments being of a very high quality. You won’t find any better in Cornwall.
Is a small and cosy Bistro set in to the heart of Padstow, after winning some fantastic awards including Britain’s Finest, Harden’s UK Restaurant Guide and Michelin Great Britain and Ireland it has put this small venue on the map. The food here is delicious and you can really see how much hard work goes in to every dish that is served, with the presentation being the finishing touch.
Green’s Crazy Golf
Greens combines two of the best things, a Café and Crazy Golf. Bring good old family fun and the best home made food together in one great place and as a finishing touch there is an amazing view over Padstow and its harbour. The elevated views across the rolling hills and sparkling estuary is not the reason that the regulars are attracted, it is the delicious home made food along side some Crazy Golf.
The Basements aim is to provide the best standard of freshly prepared food at a reasonable price while using the tastiest ingredients from local producers and suppliers. This restaurant in Cornwall has views over the picturesque harbour when you make the most of the outside covered and heated alfresco area. This is an ideal location to eat, drink and socialize with great views to watch the world pass you by.
This authentic Italian restaurant is located in Padstow, Cornwall and with its tastefully decorated and vibrant atmosphere it is a must go for all visitors to Padstow. This is a much loved Restaurant in Cornwall with many people returning back to this divine place again and again. Many people comment on the delicious pizza and excellent service making this restaurant perfect for big meals or light snacks.
The Old Ship Hotel
This bar and restaurant is in the centre of Padstow, it is close to the beach and the fabulous Camel Estuary. The Old Ship Hotel offers great food with loads of space and comfort for you to enjoy a drink or a wonderfully cook meal. There is a big out side area which becomes a fabulous place to catch up with friends and family in the beaming sun of this wonderful town.
Waves Restaurant and Pizzeria
Fancy something less informal then get over to Waves, taking inspiration from a vast and diverse set of cultures with a menu to tempt all tastes. Including homemade gourmet burgers, specialty warm salads, steaks, Mexican dishes and curries to our fantastic specials board offering local, seasonal dishes including mussels and fresh fish there is something for everyone.
The Harbour Restaurant
The Harbour Restaurant is based with in the Metropole Hotel and has the best views over the harbour (as you would expect with a name like that). The menu changes daily with the best of local produce and when you visit you will see why the Restaurant is proud of the awards it has won. If you want something a little lighter for lunch the Met Café offers a less formal dining experience ideal for that cappuccino, sandwich or even an evening meal.
This is a small but perfect restaurant in Cornwall, only seating 22 in two beautifully designed dining rooms that have been decorated so perfectly. This sleek and modern style complements the Georgian town house wonderfully and will welcome you in with its grand atmosphere.
The restaurant is held within the Tregea Hotel and is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the centre of town. The calming environment is small seating approximately 22 diners but makes a welcome change for the discerning diner. The menu is full of seafarer orientated dishes with the fish and shellfish delivered daily from the local Padstow fishing boats meaning you can’t get any fresher.