Having opened in 1975, The Seafood Restaurant is still the main hub of Rick and Jill Stein’s businesses in Pad stow. Well known as one of Cornwall’s best beach-side hangouts where you’ll find a classic dining menu including burgers, steaks and shellfish.
Simple seafood dishes and imaginative flavors rule here, with influences from Thailand, Morocco and the Med apparent. Serving platters, properly filling sandwiches and seasonal salads with Cornish and European flavors.
Opened by Nathan Outlaw in 2013, the 15th century fisherman’s cottage turned restaurant overlooks the harbor in Port Isaac. With exposed beams, winding staircases and fireplaces, St Petrol’s Bistro has a welcoming atmosphere which is perfect for dinner and drinks.
The best thing was the relaxed friendly supportive atmosphere, just what we wanted. Reviewed July 29, 2021 via mobile We visited The Living Space on 2 consecutive days for Afternoon Tea and the scones were delicious, but the service lets it down.
Reviewed October 23, 2019, via mobile We were celebrating my father in laws 91st birthday and as he loves to see the sea we choose the hotel lounge restaurant. Both men had...hake curry which was hot tasty but expensive for the amount they got.
I ordered shrimp crushed cucumber sweet and chili salad sandwich. The menu described this as ‘ Hahn me roll with spiced shrimps, crushed cucumber salad.
We have stayed at the hotel once before but usually coast walk from Margin North where I have a holiday home but what has happened...to the food this year? The menu looks great but on both occasions we’ve eaten there, the food has been tasteless and left us feeling sick.
My partner was sick after the Bang Bang salad earlier this year and I had to leave my fish finger sandwich yesterday for the same reason. The batter tasted of nothing and fish was solid, tasteless and dry.
Reviewed July 21, 2019, via mobile Lovely take away lunch eaten on the beach. Reviewed July 16, 2019, via mobile Visited here repeatedly over the last 6 years and always forgiven their shortcomings.
To summarize: Zachary's restaurant utterly average, limited, sardine can parking with a good chance of you scraping your paintwork or someone else...doing it for you, Living Space menu unchanged since last year and boring after a few days, prices up significantly, no washing machine working and advised to go to campsite up the road (! ), no zircon in room, lots of noise outside at night from people on motorbikes due to having to have windows open etc.
So here’s our guide to the 10 best restaurants in North Cornwall, all within easy reach of our Beach Retreats properties. The two-Michelin starred chef‘s new Fish Kitchen brings the best of Cornish seafood to a more affordable level.
Dishes include everything from lobster linguine and fish curry to rib eye steaks and burgers. After many years running the Harbor Restaurant in Port Isaac, award-winning chef Emily Scott opened up the St Study Inn in December 2014.
Paul Ainsworth has won a Michelin star for his restaurant, which sources seasonal ingredients and serves them in s simple modern style. Accessibility is key, so the atmosphere is relaxed, children are welcome, and hearty portions of unpretentious, uncomplicated food is bound to put a smile on your face.
Gilmore’s brings unfussy, freshly cooked, Mexican inspired food to Cornwall. Burritos, tacos and loaded chips and nachos are all on the menu, which is anything but your usual Old El Pass fare.
Since it threw open its brasserie-style doors at Watergate Hotel in March 2014, Mary’s has drawn a crowd of passers-by and returning aficionados alike. The food looks to Cornwall for inspiration while drawing on international influences and executive chef Neil Haddock’s passion for contemporary American cuisine.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, food is unfussy and tasty, the atmosphere laid-back, and all with a view of WatergateBay’s two-mile stretch of beach out front. We spotted burgers, lentil deal and tasty salads on the day that we visited with vegetarian, gluten-free and meat eaters all catered for across the menu.
On the deck, relax with a coffee, beer, wine or cocktail and feel the beat of beach life. However, we may be able to accommodate groups larger than six if it is made up of one household or support bubble.
10 on 209 Restaurants in New quay 12A Central Square St Ives has many places to eat and drink, catering for a range of tastes from simple pub grub to “fine dining”.
New quay Nightlife is famous around the world with activities for everyone ranging from romantic sunset walks to crazy parties for the younger ones. New quay is a lively and exciting seaside resort town that has loads to offer everyone who comes here.
From stunning beaches and the most visually amazing coastal scenery, to great paces to relax with good food and nice drinks, to great nightspots or your and our friends to party the night away. Whether you live in the town, on holiday for the weekend or planning an epic stag or hen do, you can trust us to guide you.
Beach sports venue, Extreme Academy at Watergate offers surfing, kite surfing, paddle surf and wave ski tuition, with instruction from qualified and approved instructors assured. It is a very comfortable bungalow conversion with all the mod-cons that go with modern family living.
All the garden area at the side and rear of the house is full enclosed and safe for kids etc. Finally, there is a raised roof deck with a sofa and sun loungers which also looks out over Watergate.
We love living in Cornwall but also know that there is a whole world out there waiting to be discovered all over again as a family! The house is situated in the hamlet of Gregorian 500 m up the hill from Watergate beach and NOT where the arrow is pointing on the map.
Although there are no places to visit in the hamlet itself, Watergate hosts a variety of different bars and restaurants that are only 500 m away. ***During busy periods booking ahead is essential in order to avoid disappointment.
Our holiday home (Martha's Harbor) is contemporary with period features. It is in a great location between Vintage (Legend of King Arthur) and Port Isaac...