Discover the best bars and restaurants across Cornwall, find inspirational meals and creative cocktails that can be enjoyed on waterfront balconies. With such a rich history in fishing and the joys of the ocean on your doorsteps, it is no surprise that there are a number of seafood options on our favourite bars and restaurants shortlist, discovery the best Cornwall has to offer.
Just one of the Michelin star restaurants in Cornwall, No6 can be found in the heart of Padstow. Locally sourced food from the county is used to create modern British classics to enjoy on the a la carte menu. The friendly team working at the restaurant are well informed on all aspects of the menu and can help diners pair food and drink to create an explosion of flavours.
Winner of the Cornwall Tourism 2021/22 Bronze award Edies Kitchen in St. Austell is a high quality dining establishment with seasonal changes to the locally sourced menu served by a welcoming team. The family run restaurant has 20 years of culinary experience drawing on both family and local qualities to ensure the food upholds the gleaming reputation of Edies Kitchen.
Coming from a culinary background of baking, the Jam Jar creates food with love, which combined with its connection with the local community brings a positive vibe to the building. The menu offers high quality food, which includes wood fired pizzas and a charming selection of home made cakes.
This popular seafood restaurant in Newquay uses locally sourced ingredients to produce fantastic and creative food. Head chef, Paul Harwood, has more than 14 years experience working with Rick Stein, mastering the trade in Padstow. Bring you dogs along at lunch time after enjoying a stroll down to Fistral beach or harbour.
In a historic 13th Century building in the heart of Fowey, Sam's is a welcoming restaurant full of character and energy. The cocktail bar and lounge has served many happy guests over the years with fish freshly caught from the river and locally sourced vegetables and meats used to produce a varied menu.