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Cornwall Restaurants

Researching Where to Eat in Cornwall

Sara
If you enjoy tasting great food while travelling around Cornwall, then this website is perfect for you. Eat Out Cornwall calls itself the ‘Number 1’ guide to eating out in Cornwall and it’s easy to see why. It is a very comprehensive website full of information and links to the best restaurants in Cornwall, plus all sorts of food and drink companies which all help to make Cornwall a famous food and drink destination for visitors.   Eat Out Cornwall is essentially a great, big directory of everything to do with food and drink in Cornwall. You can search for restaurants by name, location and/or foot type. Or you can click on a map to reveal restaurants in your chosen location. Click on Newquay, for instance, and you are presented with a very long list of the best restaurants in the town.

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A Quick Guide to Eating Out in Cornwall

Sara
All of them are top notch Padstow restaurants and surprisingly affordablePadstow in North Cornwall is a great place to visit for a meal out or just to walk around and experience the unique character and atmosphere of this old fishing village. Fowey In Fowey the Old Quay House exercises absolutely no portion control but if you feel you could eat a horse this is the place to startThe restaurant affords great views overlooking the river so there’s plenty to see while you’re busy devouring lunchIt is certainly popular and worth a visitFor a lighter lunch, try Lazy Jacks Café or the Lifebouy Café, both highly recommended for their tasty treats. Falmouth Falmouth has been a port of call for the Royal Navy, not to mention the odd pirate, for generations and also one of the best towns for eating out in CornwallThis fascinating place was where Lord Nelson commissioned and equipped his ships ready for battle before venturing out to sea to give Napoleon a good thrashingIf you like a tipple with your meal visit The Brig, where the beer is served in metal tankards and the food is exemplaryThe motif is definitely nautical – well more piratical really but no one seems to mindFor something a little more contemporary try Wildebeest or Hunkydory - both of which offer great tasting meals and unique dining experiences.

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