One of the advantages of eating out in Cornwall is that a large number of restaurants, pubs and cafes are situated in impressive settings
where you can eat and drink whilst enjoying views overlooking golden sandy beaches, ocean waves and the rugged coastline, or the lush green fields
and rolling hills of the Cornish countryside, or the quaint, picturesque village location.
Feast on the freshest produce and sip award-winning wines from the Camel
Valley vineyard - why not book a meal at
The Seafood Restaurant in the traditional fishing port of Padstow which has been put on the culinary map thanks to
Rick Stein or a visit to the Restaurant
Nathan Outlaw at Rock which in August 2012
was named fifth best restaurant in the UK by the prestigious Good Food Guide (this double Michelin-starred restaurant
has notched up several awards since opening in February 2010.) Let your taste buds be treated to seasonal flavours
that truly adhere to the idylls of plough to plate, field to fork and sea to seared.