Eating Out

Cornwall's reputation for good quality food has grown hugely over the last few years, with the focus on locally sourced products and food yards (not miles) from producer to table!

From pasta and pizza, burgers and fish and chips, to gastro pubs and fine dining, there's something for everyone.

Here we have listed just a selection to choose from, some we have experienced ourselves and some we haven't...there's lots to choose from!

Places to eat locally...

Gylly Beach Cafe - great atmosphere right on the beach - Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth

The Cove - Maenporth

The Stable - pizza and pies, Falmouth

Balti Curry House - Falmouth

The Wheelhouse - shellfish - Falmouth

Trelowarren Arms - Budock Water (01326 372264)

The Royal Oak - Perranwell Station (01872) 863175

Bos's Chippy - Falmouth (01326) 210012
103 Boslowick Rd, Falmouth, Tr11 4QD

The Shack - shellfish etc - Events Square, Falmouth

The Shed - great burgers in an informal atmosphere - Events Square, Falmouth

Pizza Express - Falmouth

Pandora Inn - great position by the water and excellent for crabbing when the tide is in - Restronguet

For Tapas:

Provedore - Falmouth

Dolly's - cafe by day and tapas by night - a great atmosphere - Falmouth

Places to Eat a little bit further away...

Fifteen Cornwall - Jamie Oliver's restaurant overlooking Watergate Bay

Rick Stein's - Seafood Restaurant, Bistro, Fish & Chips - Padstow

Rojano's - Paul Ainsworth's Italian restaurant, Padstow

Lewinnick Lodge - great position overlooking Fistral Beach, Newquay

Hooked in the City - Truro

Ben's Cornish Kitchen - Marazion

Old Quay Inn - local ales and good food - Devoran

For Fish & Chips:

Harbour Lights - Falmouth

Rick Stein's Fish & Chips - Falmouth

The Gem Fish Bar - Quarry Hill, Falmouth