Rock

St Enodoc Hotel

Open every day for lunch and dinner with beautiful views across the Camel Estuary, serving the finest local seasonal ingredients.

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The Dining Room

Run by lovely local couple Fred Beedles and Donna Caswell, this 30 cover restaurant has a warm and relaxed atmosphere.

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The Mariners

The Mariners is run by Sharp’s Brewery and Paul Ainsworth. You can be sure that you’ll get a decent pint and good pub grub.

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Four Boys Cafe

With the seal of approval from chefs including Gordon Ramsey and Nathan Outlaw, Four Boys offers a relaxed atmosphere and sharing plates that’s perfect for a lazy brunch or  lunch. Grilled fish and pasta take centre stage on a changing menu… and the view is stunning!

 

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Fee's Food

Based in the heart of Rock, Fee’s Food is a deli and café with a difference – not only do they offer fresh sourdough and pastries daily, and homemade quiches, sandwiches and salads for lunch, but they will also deliver freshly-prepared meals to the door of your holiday cottage.

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Wadebridge

The Tiny Thai

Located at the end of the old bridge, this cosy restaurant serves authentic Thai cuisine with a modern street food feel. Open Tuesday to Sunday with the option to eat in or take away.

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Beer being poured in a pub

St Kew Inn

This charming country pub is a favourite amongst foodies, appearing in the Michelin and Good Food guides year-after-year. They also serve a range of local ales, ciders and spirits to quench your thirst.

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Padstow

The Seafood Restaurant

Rick and Jill Stein’s flagship restaurant has been serving the finest local seafood to locals and visitors since 1975.

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Paul Ainsworth at No.6

The ethos at Michelin-starred Number 6 is all about making the most of what is on their doorstep.

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Caffè Rojano

Serving seasonal small plates, delicious pasta dishes and fresh, Neapolitan-style pizzas, Paul Ainsworth’s Caffè Rojano brings the taste of Italy to Cornwall. It’s perfect for families and large groups.

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Burgers & Fish

An informal restaurant in the heart of Padstow, open all day with booths for dining and a menu mainly featuring gourmet burgers and tasty fish cooked on the charcoal grill, as well as afternoon tea and cakes.

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Prawn on the Lawn

Prawn on the Lawn is a fishmonger and seafood bar serving a variety of dishes and making the most of local produce, including fresh lobster and crab. The menu changes everyday, depending on what the fishermen catch that day. Found in Padstow town centre, they also have a site at Trerethern Farm, so check which one is open before you visit.

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Port Isaac

Two whole cooked fish on a plate

Outlaw's New Road

Situated at the top of Port Isaac, this Michelin-starred restaurant replaced Nathan Outlaw’s flagship site in 2015 when he relocated from Rock to Port Isaac. A set menu of delicious fish and seafood is available for lunch and dinner.

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Outlaw's Fish Kitchen

This gorgeous little restaurant sits opposite the harbour in Port Isaac. Nathan Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen opened in 2013 and holds one Michelin star. The set lunch and dinner menu offers fresh fish and seafood sourced from local fishermen.

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St Tudy

St Tudy Inn

Cornish brewery, Harbour Brewing Co, took over this much-loved village pub in 2021 and it has been receiving lots of attention ever since. It may be 11 miles from Rock, but it is certainly worth the journey to sample their carefully curated menu and own beers and ales.

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Polzeath & Trebetherick

Pizza

Atlantic Bar & Kitchen

Overlooking Polzeath beach, this is a premier spot for enjoying some of the biggest pizzas around, along with other Italian delights such as squid ink tagliarini and affogato, while watching the surfers from the sun-trap terrace.

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St Moritz Hotel

Head chef at Trebetherick’s St Moritz Hotel, Jonathan Domé reflects his love for food in his varied menu, offering dishes that range from an onion & caraway seed bhaji, to a herb crusted sea trout, to a classic Westcountry beef burger.

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The Cracking Crab

Perched high above Polzeath Beach, this informal restaurant is the Cornish offshoot of Salcombe’s legendary Winking Prawn. Crab and seafood feature strongly on the menu, and the terrace is a great place to watch the spectacular sunsets.

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