Food & Drink
No visit to Cornwall is complete without sampling fresh seafood, delicious ice creams and of course Cornish pasties and Cornish cream teas. However, there is a wide selection of places to eat and drink, from fine dining restaurants to traditional fish and chips.
Rick Stein Fistral
Sample Rick’s famous fish & chips and a range of curries and dishes inspired by his travels in India and the Far East. Located on Fistral Beach.
The Beach Hut
The Beach Hut at Watergate Bay provides fresh, simply cooked bistro food with amazing views and sunsets.
Bush Pepper is a fresh, quirky, contemporary Australian restaurant in the centre of Newquay using a mix of Australian and Cornwall’s finest ingredients to produce imaginative dishes.
Kahuna offers Pan-Asian inspired dishes packed full of flavours, in the centre of Newquay.
Lewinnick Lodge is nestled above the cliffs of Pentire Headland, with stunning views looking out across the Atlantic, serving modern British food with an emphasis on fresh fish.
The Fish House
The Fish House is a small seafood restaurant with fantastic views of Fistral Beach, serving the freshest fish and shellfish, crab and lobster directly from Newquay harbour.
The Fort is a welcoming and comfortable family friendly pub situated in Newquay, and enjoys stunning views along the coast.
The Merrymoor Inn
The Merrymoor Inn at Mawgan Porth beach is a family friendly pub which is popular for Sunday roasts.
The Falcon Inn
The Falcon Inn is a traditional family friendly pub in the pretty village of St Mawgan, with a courtyard, garden and parking.
The Garden is a lovely tearoom inside Trenance Gardens in Newquay, a peaceful location to sample a traditional Cornish cream tea.
Morris Pasties in Newquay make a wide range traditional Cornish Pasties locally, and are highly rated.
The Pantry on Henver Road, on the way into Newquay, is a take-away deli stocking a fantastic variety of local food and drink. Pop in to pick up freshly made sandwiches and treats for a picnic.