Whether taking a walk or short drive into the nearby village of St Buryan, or a 10 minute drive to Penzance, Land’s End or Mousehole, there are many places to eat to suit all tastes, budgets and dining styles. Here are some suggestions:
The Old Coastguard: With the dining room and outside terrace sitting atop a tropical garden that slopes down to the harbour wall. A lovely varied menu and reasonably priced.
2 Fore Street: A a vibrant, continental feel, 2 Fore Street is a relaxed and stylish bistro-style restaurant on Mousehole harbour front.
The Ship Inn: Is a traditional Pub situated on the harbour at Mousehole, with a varied affordable menu.
The Kings Arms: A selection of good homemade food every day of the week.With our no-fruit-machine, no satellite TV policy we have encouraged a return to old family values and quickly earned a reputation for good food and good beer in the most hospitable surroundings and near Mousehole.
Mackerel Sky Cafe: Seafood bar situated in the heart of Newlyn and using the freshest fish from the surrounding area, its a small cafe and does not take bookings.
The Trewellard Meadery: With its medieval decor and enchanting atmosphere and eating the old-fashioned way wih your fingers is welcomed, making ‘chicken in the rough’ a popular choice. Fish seafood and vegetarian options are also offered.
Tel number 01736 788345 a short walk from the Geevor Tin MIne at Pendeen.
The St Buryan Inn is a mile up the road from Trelew and has a good pub menu: Tel 01736 810385
Frasers Fish and Chips on Penzance Promenade, fish & chips, but the favourites are on our menu too, local sausages, vegetarian specials, fish cakes and calamari to name a few. Battered or grilled, with chips or salad or a bit of both. Fraser’s are proud to introduce permanently available gluten free fish & chips.