Food lovers prepare to be seriously spoilt for choice when deciding where to eat out in Cornwall this spring. With bijou bistros, beachside bars and celebrity owned restaurants overlooking the glorious Cornish coastline to choose from, you won’t be disappointed.
Take delight in a menu that changes daily, depending on what is delivered to the door at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall. Take a seat and enjoy beautiful produce combinations from both the land and sea, whilst enjoying stunning views of Watergate Bay - voted one of the most breath-taking views in Cornwall.
Alfresco dining doesn’t get much better than sitting on the decking at Lusty Glaze Beach Bar and Restaurant watching the waves lap the sandy shore. Nestled into the cliffs on it’s own private beach, the restaurant offers delicious meals morning, noon and night. Fancy getting a little adventurous? Why not try ‘Hot Rock’ dining and cook your own meat, fish or vegetables to perfection on a volcanic rock!
Located in a prime location on the harbourside at Porthleven, this solid granite building with arched entrances offers a bright and airy dining space. Although made with fresh Cornish ingredients, dishes are influenced by Rick’s far-flung travels across the globe and include a variety of delicious dishes including the Indonesian Seafood Curry with squid, bass and prawns.
Visiting the Eden Project? Don’t pack a picnic. Instead why not treat yourself and sample delicious dishes from the range of cafés on site. From handmade pastries or mouth-watering cakes, to delicious savoury dishes, there’s something to please everyone’s tastes whatever the time of day.
A central city gem not to be missed; the restaurant uses the best Cornish ingredients available, whilst taking inspiration for dishes from across the globe. From scallop seasoned plaice fillets, to Cornish chicken breasts washed down with a glass of something from the extensive cellar (boasting no less than 70 wines), there’s something to tantalise every taste bud.
Fancy a BBQ without the chance of spring showers? Come rain or shine the Penventon’s wood charcoal oven provides a delicious BBQ taste all year round. Whether you opt for a hanger steak, chateaubriand to share or Cornish dover sole, you’ll be praying for sunny weather to create your own Penventon inspired dishes at home.
The very finest local ingredients are plated up for your enjoyment at the Alverton hotel, from seafood fresh off the boats to the very best local meats and Cornish veg. Why not sample the hotel’s extensive cocktail list too during your visit? We recommend their signature cocktail, the Alverton Sling – made using rum, amaretto, Chambord and Cointreau with pineapple and orange juice.
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