Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in Port Isaac
Hardens guides have spent 15 years compiling reviews of the best Port Isaac restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 3 restaurants in Port Isaac and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Port Isaac restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
Featured Port Isaac Restaurants
1. Port Gaverne Hotel International restaurant in Port Isaac
“A fascinating hotel, with lots of small rooms for eating (easy to get lost!)” – this coastal gastropub-with-rooms, complete with sea view, has “achieved great popularity” thanks to its “unpretentious service and a kitchen that delivers on all fronts”. “Only issue is the size of tables, which isn’t generous”.
2. Restaurant Nathan Outlaw Fish & seafood restaurant in Port Isaac 6 New Rd - PL29
“The ne plus ultra of UK fish restaurants” – Nathan Outlaw delivers “a masterclass in amazingly clean, powerful yet pure fishy flavours – just the best I’ve ever tasted” – and “the dishes feel so effortless” too (“a nice balance of simplicity with panache”), at his incredibly popular Cornish HQ, which moved three years ago to the heart of this charming fishing village from nearby Rock. “The terrific view is almost as good as the food” – “a panorama across the bay” that’s “best enjoyed in daylight”. “It’s wildly expensive but really worth it”.
3. Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen Fish & seafood restaurant in Port Isaac 1 Middle St - PL29
“It’s worth queueing outside in the rain for an unbookable lunch table in this intimately cramped room” – Nathan Outlaw’s more affordable spin-off, serving “fabulously tasty” fish tapas (“I always wonder how they do this in such a tiny space but they do”). But even fans acknowledge that “prices are on the high side”.
4. Fresh From The Sea Fish & seafood restaurant in Port Isaac 18 New Road - PL29
“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…”
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