At Housel Bay, there is a distinct focus on using fresh, locally sourced and seasonal produce. We work closely with small producers in the area, ensuring that they supply us with the highest standard of ingredients that we demand.
The Watch House sits on the front of the harbour in the picturesque fishing village of St Mawes enjoying stunning views across the bay.
Situated on one of the UK’s most beautiful beaches, The Beach combines breathtaking scenery with great food.
Owner Angela Thomas and her team welcome you to one of the most historical and famous inns in Cornwall- The Halzephron Inn.
If you love seafood, then a visit to Blue Haze located on the harbour side in Porthleven is a must.
Cornwall Living catches up with the recent news at the Mount Haven Restaurant, which has recently been awarded their second AA Rosette.
Looking for somewhere special for lunch or dinner in Falmouth, Cornwall Living recently came across a real treat in the centre of this historic Cornish town.
Bustophers' description of themselves on their website is ... "A lot of fun, yet at its own pace – a wine bar & restaurant that offers classic, stylish & great value dining set in wonderful surroundings".
We were thrilled to be invited to lunch at the newly opened Glenbervie Bar by Mullion Cove's hotel manager Matthew Grose ...
This month the Cornwall Living restaurant critic indulges in a little bit of Seagrass in St Ives, food, just as it should be ...
Going back in time, Cornwall Living finds out a little bit of history tucked away within the narrow streets of this sleepy, picturesque fishing village, famous for its vast display of lights around the harbour at Christmastime.
Perfectly positioned on the Harbour Head within the idyllic fishing port of Porthleven, Cornwall Living finds out why Kota (Maori for shellfish), has quickly become one of the best-kept secrets in South West Cornwall.
At Cornwall Living, we consider ourselves lucky to be based in an historic harbor town that boasts some of the most beautiful views available in the UK, but now, as our lunch-time searching has uncovered, we are also lucky to be just around the corner from one of the best Delis we have ever had the pleasure to frequent.
After a romantic walk along the beach at Marazion, with the impressive back-drop of St Michaels Mount, my partner and I headed up the slip to Ben’s Cornish Kitchen. Where we were welcomed warmly and shown quickly to a quiet table to the side of the restaurant.
The recently re-furbished Porthmeor Beach Café Bar, set on the famous golden sands just in front of the Tate St. Ives, is open daily between April 1st and October 30th, and cannot be recommended enough.