A bright and light cafe – restaurant – bar right on Falmouth’s Gyllyngvase Beach affording wide uninterrupted views of the sandy beach and bay to always provide something of interest to look at. We had an evening meal in the outer bar-be-que dining area with a field mushroom burger and crisply grilled mackerel on a […]
Halwyn’s was probably our find of the summer. It’s more or less in the middle of nowhere, by the banks of the Fal on the opposite side of the river from the Smuggler’s Cottage from which there runs a foot ferry. Road access is from the Truro side and we got there by bicycle. Only […]
Kota is a favourite restaurant down by Porthleven Harbour specialising in local fish and organic farm produce. The food has a light asian twist and there is an excellent wine cellar to complement whatever dishes are on the daily changing menu. The restaurant has an AA rosette and continues to gain plaudits locally and nationally. […]
Kota Kai bar and kitchen is an informal and relaxed venue overlooking Porthleven harbour which seems better every time we go there. The menu features local fish, their famous burger, and an always interesting range of courses most of which have an asian cuisine twist. There’s also a skittle alley and Movie Nights.
As its name suggests, this is an old village school converted into an exciting gastro pub with a good size restaurant and separate relaxed bar areas featuring deep comfortable leather sofas. The food is excellent and our reporters have been back many times. Locally sourced food is to be found in nearly all dishes and […]
A restored 16th century coaching inn just off the A30, the Plume of Feathers serves food all day in superb traditional surroundings: though we’d recommend eating in the new conservatory restaurant.. Breakfasts start from 09:00 and dinners to 22:00. On our visit the menu was wide ranging based on British and European cuisine but firmly […]