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Top Breakfast Places in Cornwall

You are definitely getting more than fish and chips on your next Cornish holiday getaway. As a premiere holiday destination, Cornwall not only offers beautiful sights and sounds but also a long list of restaurants that guarantee a memorable degustation experience.

What better way to start your day than by dining at the best breakfast places that Cornwall offers? If you’re looking to get a dose of energy to fuel your day of sightseeing and fun-filled outdoor activities, make sure to reserve a table in these restaurants for a scrumptious and wholesome breakfast.

• Sunset Surf Café

After an exciting wave-riding session in the morning, head out to the Sunset Surf Café at Gwithian for a satisfying post-surf grub. They serve all breakfast staples such as waffles and eggs, pancakes, or a continent breakfast with all the trimmings. It’s a convenient breakfast spot especially for those enrolled in their surfing school, but is also accessible to holidaymakers who simply want to enjoy a hearty lunch with breathtaking views of the sea.

• Star and Garter

Star and Garter is one of the most popular breakfast and lunch spots in Cornwall since it opened five years ago. The award-winning pub in Falmouth offers Apart from their unlimited prosecco and Bloody Marys, as well as a bottomless brunch, Star and Garter also serves one of the best Cornish breakfasts in town.

Their signature Cornish breakfast incudes home-smoked bacon, sausages, black pudding, mushrooms, and tomatoes. If you want something light and easy for breakfast, they also offer spiced tabbouleh with eggs and pine nuts and gypsy break with streaky bacon and eggs on the side. The pub also serves great Yallah coffee and mouth-watering hot chocolate on tap.

• Olive and Co.

Olive and Co. at Liskeard is your go-to spot if you want tasty pastries and cakes to complete your breakfast meal. Their menu isn’t limited to Continental breakfast offerings. Their menu is teeming with delectable morning staples such as scrambled eggs, freshly-baked sourdough toast, avocadoes, cream cheese, and salmon to name a few.

• The Digey Food Room

If you aren’t a morning person but love the idea of eating breakfast later in the day, head out to The Digey Room. This quaint food spot located on the cobbled street in St Ives serves breakfast until 3pm.

You can indulge on their best-selling Cornish breakfast that features free-range St Ewe scrambled eggs, local hogs’ pudding, Primrose Herd dry-cured bacon, and tomatoes. Another famous breakfast entrée is their Vicky’s Bordelaise sourdough with poached eggs, bacon, and mushrooms.

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