Harden's survey result
“Nathan Outlaw fully booked? Console yourself with the finest crab sandwich ever”, from Calum & Tracey Greenhalgh’s fishmonger and café. You won’t find fresher seafood – Calum sets out in his boat the Mary D every day to catch crab and lobster using pots, and pollack, mackerel and bass by handline.
“Fresh and lovely seafood” is the hallmark of this wee fisherman’s cottage on the harbour just near where the boats land the catch – mostly a fishmonger’s, but also featuring a cosy café. “There are Michelin stars down the road but a crab sandwich here takes some beating”.
“This tiny converted fisherman’s cottage stands on the very harbour onto which the creels and morning catch are unloaded from boats just in from far out to sea”. Primarily a retailer, there’s a “cosy” café where you can enjoy “what’s essentially fish tapas, with choice after choice of divine morsels, with local wine and gin to match, and accompanied by the sound of envious gulls…”
“Superb crab straight from the trawler” (“you can see their boat in the harbour”) “prepared, cooked and served on the premises” helps enthuse fans of this “family-run, chaotic cafe, with real soul and vibe – simplicity at its very best, and great value!”
18 New Road, Port Isaac, PL29 3SB
|Monday||9:30 am‑4 pm|
|Tuesday||9:30 am‑4 pm|
|Wednesday||9:30 am‑4 pm|
|Thursday||9:30 am‑4 pm|
|Friday||9:30 am‑4 pm|
|Saturday||9:30 am‑4 pm|