There are a number of brilliant pubs and restaurants throughout North Cornwall where you can wine and dine in style or feast on traditional Cornish cuisine. Home of world class seafood, cream teas and, of course, the Cornish pasty – you owe it to your taste buds to explore the mouth watering world of Cornish cuisine. Below are some places to do just that without having to travel too far.
The Maltsters Arms, Chapel Amble
The Maltsters Arms is just a two minute stroll from The Olde
House. Perfect if you want great food but don’t fancy travelling.
Spacious and family friendly, this 17th Century restaurant lies at the
heart of the Chapel Amble community and is extremely popular with the
01208 812 473
St Kew Inn, St Kew
A traditional Cornish pub with a reputation for great food and
tasty local ale. St Kew Inn specialises in smoked meat and fish which
is made with their very own smokery. Their steaks are legendary.
During the summer months St Kew Inn throws barbeques for their
customers in the beautiful pub garden.
01208 841 259
The Waterfront, Polzeath
The Waterfront offers beautiful views across the North Cornish coast and a great menu to boot. All food is made with delicious local produce and the restaurant is open all day serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Waterfront also offers a tempting selection of cocktails if you want to treat yourself. You are on holiday, after all.
Fifteen, Watergate Bay
Fifteen was founded by Jamie Oliver and boasts a typically delicious menu. What else would you expect? As well as world class cuisine the restaurant offers stunning views over a beautiful two mile long beach. Advanced booking is essential.
Rick Stein’s Restaurants, Padstow
World famous chef Rick Stein has such an enthusiasm for Cornish cuisine that he’s opened four restaurants in Padstow: The Seafood Restaurant, St Petroc’s Bistro, Rick Stein’s Café and Stein’s Fish & Chips.
The restaurants are beautifully stylish and, as you’d expect, the standard of the food is incredibly high.