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Cornwall (Cadgwith) - nearby restaurant tips

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Thehistorygirls · 23/02/2022 14:46

We're going to Cornwall in a few weeks - staying in Cadgwith. Please give me your best restaurant tips in the surrounding area (up to 20 mins drive away). Thank you in advance!

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TizerorFizz · 24/02/2022 23:27

Not exactly nearby but around 25 minutes away is Porthleven. Foody haven! Kota (Jude Kereama) has wonderful food but not the best views. His offshoot Kita Kai is a great upstairs casual dining spot. Michael Caines has just opened there. It will be exquisite but expensive. I think it’s in Rick Stein’s former place. I expect you will find pubs. The Cadgwith Cove Inn is always popular.

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Beetlebum1981 · 24/02/2022 23:32

If you're self catering there's a great fresh fish shop there.

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graysquirrel · 25/02/2022 16:02

The Cadgwith Inn in the village was lovely for food when we visited. There was also another place that specialised in fresh fish, lobsters and crab but was shut when we visited in covid times, but are supposed to be amazing.
The wave crest cafe in lizard and polpear cafe on that beach were beautiful low key cafe type places but beautiful fresh food. Lots of choices in porthleven too as someone else has said.

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TizerorFizz · 25/02/2022 19:39

Also Wavecrest at Lizard Point has amazing views. Gets very busy though.

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Motherhubbardscupboard · 25/02/2022 19:43

Couple of nice places in Helford. There aren't that many places nearby we found!

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