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When you visit Cornwall, you’ll never be short of great places to eat. It’s not all pasties and ice cream (although you should definately enjoy a pasty and some ice cream whilst in Cornwall). With something to suit the most discerning taste, there are plenty of amazing places to try – no matter where you are in Cornwall.
Below are just a few popular food and drink places near Falmouth and further afield.
For even more inspiration, read our blog post on the best restaurants in Cornwall
In Falmouth’s Events Square and serving Rick Stein’s favourite dishes. Eat in or takeaway.
Sat on Falmouth’s Gyllyngvase beach and with views of the Lizard peninsula, eat fresh, locally sourced food at the family-run, award winning Gylly Beach Cafe.
Right in the heart of Falmouth on Custom House Quay, The Stable Falmouth has two private dining rooms upstairs with an open kitchen and views across the harbour. Downstairs has a rustic charm with original wooden beams and exposed brickwork.
If you’re a fan of sustainability this Miss Peapod’s is a little gem which is worth a visit. Locally sourced, fairtrade, vegan and organic, all bases are covered. Enjoy the added draw of a live music programme throughout the year.
The Pandora Inn is an award winning pub and restaurant providing 13th century charm with fresh, locally-sourced cuisine for a memorable dining experience.
Located at Watergate Bay, enjoy simple fayre in picturesque surroundings, The Beach Hut is the perfect spot to watch the world go by. Enjoy a leisurely lunch or dinner with the setting sun as your backdrop.
Based in Truro, take advantage of Tabb’s seasonal produce, locally sourced and cooked to perfection – a fantastic dining experience in the heart of Cornwall.
Good pub grub situated on the Penryn to Helston road. With a warm friendly welcome and home cooked food, the Halfway House is a lovely family place to eat and relax. There is also an outdoor play area for the little ones.
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