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The Best Restaurants in Cornwall

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    British

    The Garden Bar and Restaurant

    Britons Hill, TR18 3AE, Penzance

    8.8 / 10
    42 reviews

    Average price £23

      Seafood

      The Terrace, PL29 3SG, Port Isaac

      9.2 / 10
      73 reviews

      Average price £53

        MICHELINSpanish

        Port Gaverne, PL29 3SH, Port Isaac

        9.0 / 10
        252 reviews

        Average price £25

          Pizzeria

          Laity Lane, TR26 3HW, Saint Ives

          9.0 / 10
          44 reviews

          Average price £23

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            1 starMICHELINSeafood

            6 New Road, PL29 3SB, Port Isaac

            9.0 / 10
            14 reviews

            Average price £100

              Seafood

              Port Gaverne, PL29 3SQ, Port Isaac

              8.3 / 10
              123 reviews

              Average price £24

                International

                School-Hill, PL26 6TQ, Saint Austell

                Average price £27

                  1 starMICHELINSeafood

                  1 Middle Street, PL29 3RH, Port Isaac

                  Average price £80

                    MICHELINBritish

                    19 North Street, PL22 0EF, Lostwithiel

                    Average price £23

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                    The Best Restaurants in Cornwall

                    This is a wild and beautiful county that’s packed with far more must-see places than we could fit on one page. Dramatic coastlines and moorlands are perfect for hiking. You can even sunbathe and surf here: a bit like California but more English and less hot.When it comes to restaurants in Cornwall, there’s a lot more on the menu than just pasties. Some of the country’s best seafood restaurants cater to eager visitors.

                    Cornwall restaurants are often housed in some truly charming quirky historic buildings. The Old Sail Loft at Looe is no exception. A 15th-century smuggler’s haunt, the building has also been a pilchard processing plant and a barrel-making workshop. Nowadays, the Old Sail Loft’s team specialise in serving the best in local seafood and meats. Look out for dishes like salt and pepper fried Cornish squid & tiger prawns and 14oz sirloin of beef topped with Cornish blue. Tasty!

                    Moving ever eastwards to Falmouth, The Cove Restaurant benefits from breathtaking sea views from a highly elegant setting. The Cove has received many accolades, from a Cornwall Tourism Award to a Michelin recommendation. Food here is eminently local and seasonal, with the freshest seafood featuring prominently.