Restaurants

Cornwall is renowned for its ever-growing food scene and with so much to choose from, the county has become a hub of delicious food and drink. We’ve picked out a selection of nearby restaurants to tantalise your tastebuds.

The Maltsters, Chapel Amble – N.B. currently closed (April 2022) 

The Maltsters is a cosy 17th century restaurant at the heart of Chapel Amble village. It is just a two minute stroll from The Olde House, perfect for those who want great good but don’t fancy travelling far to get it. Its spacious and family-friendly nature means it is popular within the local community.

www.themaltsters1.co.uk | 01208 812473

 

St Kew Inn, St Kew

A five minute drive from The Olde House is the St Kew Inn, a traditional Cornish pub with a reputation for great food and tasty local ale. Alongside its ‘legendary’ steaks, the pub specialises in smoked meat and fish which is made with their very own smokery. During the summer months St Kew Inn throws barbecues for their customers in the beautiful pub garden.

www.stkewinn.co.uk | 01208 841259

 

St Tudy Inn, St Tudy

The St.Tudy Inn is a wonderful pub and restaurant with rooms that celebrates the finest seasonal produce from the surrounding area. Situated in the beautiful inland village of St.Tudy, a quiet retreat in the heart of the Cornish countryside.

www.sttudyinn.com | 01208 850656

The Blue Tomato, Rock

Situated a short walk from the beach car park, right on the water front, with stunning views of the Camel Estuary across to the Iron Bridge on the Camel Trail. A laid back atmosphere combined with really excellent food. Afterwards you can walk off your lunch with a stroll along the cliff path & take in the views from the top of Brae Hill.

www.bluetomatocafe.co.uk | 01208 863841

The Waterfront, Polzeath

The Waterfront boasts fantastic views looking over Polzeath Beach and Pentire Point. It is great location for a lazy lunch, especially in the summer with its terrace overlooking the beach. The menu is globally inspired, featuring seasonal produce and locally-caught seafood.

www.waterfrontpolzeath.co.uk | 01208 869655

 

Greens Cafe, Padstow

For some of the best views in Padstow visit Greens, a restaurant, mini-golf garden and viewing spot. Starting life as a pitch ’n’ putt course decades ago, Greens is now a modern sanctuary for lovers of fine food, nature and panoramic vistas, with a mini-golf course amid a secret garden.

https://greenspadstow.co.uk | 01841 532002

 

Rick Stein, Padstow

World-famous Rick Stein, the man behind “Padstein”, has four restaurants in nearby Padstow: The Seafood Restaurant, St Petroc’s Bistro, Rick Stein’s Café and Stein’s Fish & Chips. His food brings visitors from all over the world, especially his renowned fish and chips which are melt-in-the-mouth delicious. You can book any of his restaurants via his website.

www.rickstein.com | 01841 532700

 

The Mariners, Rock

Paul and Emma Ainsworth relaunched The Mariners pub in Rock, Cornwall in May 2019. The 130-cover local, which looks over Cornwall’s Camel Estuary, is back open with a new menu and interiors to match. As ever, Sharp’s Brewery lead on the beer offering!

www.paul-ainsworth.co.uk/the-mariners |01208 863679

 

 

Nathan Outlaw, Port Isaac

With two restaurants in Port Isaac, Nathan Outlaw has become a household name. Outlaw’s New Road in Port Isaac has been awarded a Michelin star for four consecutive years. It provides one seafood tasting menu for diners which showcases the finest sustainable seafood caught off the Cornish coast by day boats. There is a vegetarian option available if prearranged.

For more casual dining, Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen also in Port Isaac, serves small, original seafood dishes in a relaxed seaside setting (also given a Michelin star this year).

www.outlaws.co.uk | 01208 880896

Paul Ainsworth at Number 6, Padstow

Situated in the heart of Padstow, Paul Ainsworth at Number 6 is the first restaurant in the town to have earned a Michelin star. The restaurant sources seasonal, local ingredients to create modern-style dishes with a Cornish influence.
All of the food is hand-crafted, including Paul’s Taste of the Fairground (below) which was made famous as the winning dessert on BBC2’s Great British Menu in 2011.
The restaurant welcomes children over four and there is no dress code.

www.paul-ainsworth.co.uk | 01841 532093