Restaurants in Cornwall


There's more to Cornwall than pasties - although they are still a staple in most touristy pubs. The county's meandering coastline means that fish is a feature of many specialist restaurant menus: mackerel, crabs, lobsters and Helford oysters are regulars, and the once-famous pilchard occasionally puts in an appearance.

The county may be bleak in parts, but its climate and geography ensure early supplies of spring lamb, potatoes, soft fruit and other staples for local restaurant kitchens.

Both Padstow and St Ives have established themselves as high-profile gastro-empires.

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