Best Restaurants In Cornwall

Seafood, ice cream and maybe a couple of pasties thrown in; it comes with the territory when you're looking to wolf down Cornish grub. But with sea views galore, gorgeous harbourside spots and cosy old pubs housing Michelin-approved plates, you can be sure that the UK's most southern county is delivering all the foodie goods your heart desires. Stick around to get the goss on the best restaurants in Cornwall.

Last updated on 25th November 2021




The Falmouth Stable

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From its Grade II listed building to its quayside perch, the Falmouth edition of Stable offers you al fresco dining at one of the best restaurants in Cornwall with a view. Chow down on sourdough pizza made from local ingredients while sipping on craft cider. 

The Fistral Beach Stable

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Looking for the best restaurants in Newquay? Wait until you see the panoramic views of Fistral Beach from this pizza parlour, wowza. There's no better place to chow down on sourdough slices than Stable, all washed down with cider sourced from small-scale orchards.

Nestled at the top of Port Isaac and overlooking the vast ocean ahead is Outlaw's New Road, one of the only Michelin star restaurants in Cornwall. The opportunity to taste their set menu of the region's finest seafood and other ingredients makes it a true gem for special occasions.

Cosy spot Kota has quickly made the list of famous restaurants in Cornwall, boasting a Bib Gourmand for its unique fare served up in a 300-year old pub. The front man here is Chinese Malay and Maori chef patron Jude Kereama, so you can sample bass in a Korean-spiced bisque and other pan-Asian delights.

Making the list of best restaurants in Falmouth is neighbourhood hideaway Mine. You'll uncover this hidden gem in The Old Brewery Yard, complete with a quaint cobbled courtyard and open kitchen for an intimate dining experience. Michael Roux Jr protégé Angus Bell is at the helm here, whipping up playful twists on seasonal dishes.

Local lad Benjamin Palmer returned to West Looe after his stint on Masterchef: The Professionals, opening up one of the best restaurants in North Cornwall. Naturally, The Sardine Factory is a fully local affair with a sprinkling of international fusion, like Goan-spiced whole seabass. Better yet? There's quite the view.