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The BEST places to eat in Newquay – the foodie experiences you have to try!

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Newquay is fast becoming a foodie haven, having welcomed a variety of new eateries in the last few years. Here are eight of our absolute favourite places to eat in Newquay. Put these on your wish list for your next visit!

From fresh fish and chips overlooking the Atlantic Ocean to tantalising tacos and cheeseboards – indulge yourself in these mouth-watering options.

1. Breakfast from Basket

Basket has swiftly become our favourite place to grab breakfast. The coffee is absolutely incredible (you can even buy a bag to take home with you) and their homemade chai latte never fails to hit the spot (try it with a shot of espresso!). When it comes to the food, where to start?! The choice is always a tough one, with many scrumtptious sandwiches, filled croissants, warming bowls, showstopping cakes and lip-licking pastries. What’s more, the service always comes with a smile.

2. Fresh fish at The Fish House

Chef Paul Harwood opened The Fish House after cooking at Rick Stein’s for 14 years in Padstow. Overlooking Fistral Beach and just a stone’s throw from the sea, he serves up a variety of vibrant dishes inspired by his global travels. From spicy Indian fish curry to cod tempura, he uses locally caught fish and shell fish straight from Newquay harbour.

3. Pizza with a view at The Stable, Fistral Beach

Dinner at The Stable is always a great time! With its amazing atmosphere, mouth-watering menu, stunning beach views and cheery staff, The Stable offers you an incredible dining experience. Their organic sourdough is prepared fresh each morning before being hand-stretched and liberally topped with a delicious array of locally-sourced ingredients. Everything from starters to sides to salads to puddings is amazing and you’ll love the fun, laid back buzz.

4. Fish and chips at Rick Stein’s Fistral

No Cornish holiday is complete without fish and chips by the beach. Luckily, Newquay is home to Rick Stein’s Fistral. If you fancy a casual lunch or dinner, grab a takeaway fish and chips served with homemade tartare sauce. You can eat by the sea, or dine in the family-friendly restaurant.

5. Cheese boards & Charcuterie at The Bottle

When it comes to a night out, we just love working our way through a couple of bottles of wine and a scrumptious charcuterie board. If you fancy chatting the night away in good company with high-quality nibbles, The Bottle is a must. This new eatery doubles up as a deli and wine bar, right in the heart of central Newquay . The Bottle offers a sociable way of dining with cheese boards, charcuterie boards and various sharing dishes to choose from. The baked camembert is to die for, and they even offer a special vegan cheeseboard. The owners are passionate about wine, so choose your best bottle from the large variety of in-house wines.

6. Tacos, margaritas and mini golf at Gilmore’s

Love Mexican food, margaritas and mini golf? You’re in luck! Gilmore’s on Tower Road is a fun, family-friendly restaurant offering a yummy menu of tacos, burritos, nachos and salads, with options for kids too. It also has its own 18-hole mini golf course and plenty of outdoor seating for those sunny summer days.

7. Posh dining and cocktails at Cove 24

One of Newquay’s latest openings, Cove 24 offers a posh, chic dining vibe with classy cocktails aplenty and a seasonally-changing menu. The décor conjures feelings of opulence and sophistication with it’s eclectic styling, resulting in a luxurious yet relaxed ambience while you dine. Get ready for an elegant open-space dining experience in the heart of Newquay.

8. Cornish pasty at Morris Pasties

Sink your teeth into a warm Cornish classic! Morris Pasties is a small traditional pasty shop in the centre of Newquay Town, serving locally-produced pasties made just down the road in St Columb. They are made to a secret family recipe and boy, is it a good one.

9. Salted Maple & Pecan Fudge from Roly’s Fudge

Stock up on traditional Cornish fudge at Roly’s Fudge on Newquay high street. This local favourite uses traditional recipes and ingredients to make delicious fresh fudge every day. Roly’s Fudge has won 82 awards over the past ten years, and its delicious flavours include the likes of Salted Maple & Pecan Fudge.

Why not experience these places to eat in Newquay for yourself when staying in one of our self catering apartments? All of our Newquay apartments are within walking distance of many seafood restaurants and family friendly ocean view pubs so there will be something new to discover every night of your stay. Book here now!

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