Dogs Love Cornwall LivingIssue #Spring 2018

3 of the best places to eat

There’s no need to leave your pooch behind when eating out.

Many of Cornwall’s best eateries also welcome four legged guests. We’ve sniffed out three of our favourites so that you can sate that sea-air appetite while your furry friend curls up beneath the table.

1 The Rockpool

Tucked away in the sand dunes of Godrevy, The Rockpool is quite simply a gem. Surrounded by the National Trust headland and coastal paths, it sits alongside one of Cornwall’s longest beaches, one that dogs love to sniff and bound their way along. Open from 10am until late, the café bar recently launched a tasty new menu, with outstanding coffee and homemade cake to boot, while dog bowls and biscuits are available for your furry friends too! And, if you’re out for a sunset stroll, you may want to hang around and catch one of the many live music or arts events held in the Dune bar.

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2 Harbour Lights

Having been crowned ‘Independent Fish and Chip Restaurant of the Year 2017’ and offering views of Falmouth harbour, the Harbour Lights team majors in top notch fish and chips, displaying a commitment to serving only the highest quality of sustainably sourced produce. Cornish fish is always on the menu, while the award-winning chips are made from the finest Cornish potatoes. Surely it couldn’t hurt to slip one or two under the table for the pooch!

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3 Fraser’s Fish and Chips

Whether you prefer to eat in or takeaway, the Fraser’s team is committed to sharing with you the highest quality food of its kind that you’re ever likely to find. But it’s not just amazing fish and chips and stunning views over Mounts Bay that are on offer. You can also enjoy local sausages (as can the dog), fish cakes and calamari, as well as options for vegetarians. There are also gluten free fish and chips available, so whatever your dietary requirements, you should be well catered for at Fraser’s!

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