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 […]
Highly recommended first floor cafe style restaurant overlooking St Ives Harbour. The crisp clean decor and the attentive staff add to a great eating experience. Our most recent visit was for a late breakfast: resisting the full “fry up” (there’s also a “vegetarian fry-up” available) we went for poached eggs on crushed avocado and toast. […]
Whenever we go to Wadebridge we invariably find ourselves at Relish cafe where Hugo Hercod makes probably the best coffee in the county. Unsurprising, I guess, considering he is a past UK Barista Champion. Relish is a great place for fine breakfasts, lunches or afternoon teas – at our last visit I had a particularly […]
Rick Stein’s Fish and Chips at Falmouth is a rather discrete affair from the outside tastefully blending in with the other buildings of Discovery Quay including the National Maritime Museum. It’s in three parts: a takeaway; the main fish and chip restaurant and, upstairs, the Oyster Bar. They don’t take bookings for the fish and […]
Found between Padstow and Wadebridge, the Ring-O’-Bells at St Issey is building a strong reputation for good home-cooked meals featuring wholesome local food either grown on their own smallholding or sourced from neighbouring farmers. The bar serves a good range of local real ales and has quality wines at reasonable prices.
Swanpool Beach Cafe, Falmouth, is an ideal spot to refuel while gazing across a sandy beach to the sea in this wide cove much loved for surfing and canoeing. The cafe is open every day of the year and if it’s not ideal weather there are ponchos and hot water bottles for use without charge. […]