Rock

St Enodoc Hotel

Open every day for lunch and dinner, chef James Nathan serves the finest seasonal ingredients, all of which have been locally sourced.

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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 Nathan Outlaw. You can be sure that you’ll get a decent pint and good pub grub.

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Blue Tomato Café

Open all day from breakfast through to cream tea, Blue Tomato Café is dog- and child-friendly, and is a great place to refuel after messing about on the water. Look out for their “coffee and cake” special, and the Mediterranean-influenced menu is fresh and tasty.

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No 1 Rock Road

Another popular bar and restaurant in Rock, No 1 Rock Road opens for breakfast and keeps on going until dinner. The menu is varied, with salads and sandwiches at lunchtime, fresh fish, shellfish and steaks in the evening.

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Wadebridge

The Ship Inn

Recently refurbished, The Ship Inn is a cosy pub with friendly staff serving great food. Look out for the weekly special Tuesday burger nights and Thursday steak nights.

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Relish Food and Drink

Tucked away in Foundry Court is Relish Food and Drink, a deli and café where you can get fantastic coffee and cake, light lunches, and stock up on provisions. Well worth a visit.

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Padstow

The Seafood Restaurant

Rick and Jill Stein’s flagship restaurant has been serving the finest local seafood for over 40 years to locals and visitors.

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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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Rojano's in the Square

Bringing the taste of Italy to Cornwall, Rojano’s is perfect for a family meal and large groups.

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Burgers & Fish

An informal restaurant in the heart of Padstow, with booths for dining and a menu which mainly features gourmet burgers and tasty fish cooked on the charcoal grill. Great for groups and families, and takeaways also available.

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Prawn on the Lawn

Prawn on the Lawn in Padstow is a fishmonger and seafood bar with the addition of a hot food license.  They serve a variety of dishes and make the most of local produce, including fresh lobster and crab which are cooked on a charcoal grill. The menu changes everyday, depending on what the fisherman catch that day.

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Port Isaac

Restaurant Nathan Outlaw

Nathan Outlaw’s two Michelin-starred restaurant needs no introduction. Second in the 2016 Good Food Guide with a perfect 10/10, the rather special Restaurant Nathan Outlaw relocated from Rock to Port Isaac in 2015. A seafood tasting menu is available at lunchtime and dinner, and a set lunch menu is offered on Fridays and Saturdays.

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Outlaw's Fish Kitchen

This gorgeous little restaurant sits opposite the harbour in Port Isaac. Nathan Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen holds a Michelin star. Order a selection of small seafood plates to share, with delicious dishes such as English asparagus and brown shrimps on toast; smoked haddock Scotch egg with jalapeño sauce; and red wine braised cuttlefish, bean and samphire stew.

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St Tudy

St Tudy Inn

Award-winning chef Emily Scott took over the village pub in St Tudy in December 2014. Her simple, beautiful cooking has won her much praise, and Sunday roasts are popular. Open for coffee and cake from 10am, pop in for a drink and bar snack, or choose some of the prettiest food around from the well-balanced menu.

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Polzeath and Trebetherick

Surfside

This café is situated right on the sand at Polzeath, and is the perfect spot to sit and watch the surfers. The lunchtime menu is fast and fresh (lobster rolls, crab sandwiches, mac ’n’ cheese). By night we recommend the Surf & Turf and one of their legendary cocktails.

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St Moritz Hotel

The St Moritz Hotel’s fine dining restaurant is open daily for dinner. Head chef David Williams’ love for seafood is reflected in his daily-changing menu. Expect dishes such as hake with braised lettuce, mussels and cockles, and Westcountry ribeye steak.

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The Cracking Crab

Perched on the clifftop 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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