Eating Out

Restuarants serving the freshest Cornish fishCornwall is well known for it’s fantastic fresh fish and fresh produce and of course Cornish Pasty’s. There is an abundance of places to enjoy these in. From a friendly farm shop to world renowned chefs’ restaurants, Cornwall has it all. We would recommend.

St Kew Inn: Half a mile down the road from St Kew Holiday Cottages is the St Kew Inn, hidden away in a peaceful setting. It is the perfect place to relax after a busy day out and about. Voted one of the top 50 pubs in the UK, it has also achieved Michelin BIB Gourmet recognition and early booking is advised. The quality food speaks for itself.

St Kew Inn, a short walk from St Kew Holiday CottagesThe St Tudy Inn: Emily Scott, winner of the Best Chef at Food Readers Award 2013, mixes French influences with fresh and seasonal, locally sourced ingredients in a cosy and comfortable Inn which has been tastefully decorated throughout while retaining character and charm.

Mowhay: the Mowhay Café in Trebetherick is always a must visit when visiting the area. Housed in a converted farm building, this brilliantly run family business cleverly combines two of Cornwall’s most famous exports, art & crafts and gourmet food, serving up both amidst a relaxed rural setting.

Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac: Nathan Outlaw’s New Road Restaurant is just down the road from St Kew Holiday Cottages in Port Isaac. Overlooking the Atlantic at Port Gaverne, Outlaw’s Restaurant is the perfect place for a relaxing meal, or simply a drink and snack served throughout the afternoon. The restaurant serves sustainable seafood, caught off the Cornish coast by day boats. Nathan also runs the Fish Kitchen beside the harbour slipway where small tapas style platters are served.

Seafood Restaurant, Padstow, St Kew Holiday CottagesRick Steins Restaurants: Rick Stein is famous for all his restaurants, cafes, deli and cookery school in Padstow. Whether you want fantastic, fresh fish at his Seafood Restaurant, a light lunch at Rick Steins Cafe or fish and chips on Padstow’s Harbour wall, then all are available. Started by Rick Stein in 1975, The Seafood Restaurant is famous for establishing an international reputation for imaginative cooking of the very freshest fish and shellfish.

Number 6 Restaurant: Michelin Star Paul Ainsworth (of The Great British Menu fame) at Number 6 restaurant, in Padstow, sources local, seasonal produce and ingredients and then serves these in a simple modern style with Cornish and British influences.

The Mariners, Rock: A lively pub and bar atmosphere overlooking the Camel estuary. The Mariners is also run by Paul Ainsworth and this relaxed restaurant is renowned for serving Philip Warren steak and Locally sourced fish dishes.

Rojano’s in the Square: Also in Padstow and run by Chef Paul Ainsworth is Rojano’s in the square, which is an Italian Influenced family restaurant. They use fresh produce from their own allotment, fish from sustainably sourced Cornish day boats and authentic Italian wines, pizza flour and pasta.

The Rock Inn, Rock: A lively bar with a large outside terrace overlooking the Camel estuary and Padstow. Locally sourced fish dishes and famous for its fish pie.

The Mill House: The Mill House is situated on the North coast of Cornwall in Trebarwith – near Trebarwith Strand beach. They make use of the best fresh fish, meat, produce and other ingredients all sourced locally, in and around North Cornwall

For further information on places to eat whilst you are staying with us, then please contact us here.