Mediterranean Restaurants in Cornwall
1. St Petroc’s Hotel & Bistro Mediterranean restaurant in Padstow 4 New Street - PL28
Part of the ‘Padstein’ empire of Rick, Jill and family, this hotel bistro a little away from the harbour is a simpler offering than their flagship. Its performance has sometimes been a little uneventful historically, but its “well-priced menu of great tasting fish and seafood” is well-rated by all who commented on it this year.
2. Hotel Tresanton Fish & seafood restaurant in St Mawes 27 Lower Castle Road - TR2
The last word in calm elegance on Cornwall’s south coast, Olga Polizzi’s famous former yacht club is “consistently classy”, with “good food, fantastic service” – and, inevitably, “prices to match”. The restaurant is open to non-residents but you need to book in the evening, while the Dogs’ bar and Beach Club offer more casual eating options.
3. The Square at Porthleven Mediterranean restaurant in Porthleven 7 Fore Street - TR13
“Great cooking at very reasonable cost” is on offer at this family-run brasserie with deli and ice-cream parlour from Cornish-born chef Stew Eddy (who trained under both Raymond Blanc and Michael Caines) and his wife Anna, in a “lovely former fishing village that’s fast becoming a foodie destination to rival Padstow”. Top Tip – “the memorable Goan fish curry”.
4. Porthminster Café Mediterranean restaurant in St Ives Porthminster Beach - TR26
“Great for lunch on a breezy summer’s day” – this “special” venue in a “fabulous beach location” with a “beautiful view” has earned a reputation as one of the most notable in St Ives over more than 25 years. Its mainly seafood menu, with Asian and Mediterranean influences, is “well executed with some long-established favourites”. The same team own the Porthmeor Beach Café, below Tate St Ives.
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