Best Places To Eat
Don’t you love spending a day out on the coast or in your favourite Cornish town, only to be surprised by one of Cornwall’s quirky pop up vans parked up serving some seriously good food. Here are our top favourites but do be sure to check out their social media and online sites to see >> read more
It’s summer, the time of year when seagulls rejoice at the abundance of pasties and ice creams ready to pluck from unsuspecting tourist’s hands and the time of year to make the most of our local hideouts for some great Cornish food and drink. Café Lake Central in Stithians – Located on what >> read more
It’s no secret that from Padstow to Port Isaac, you can eat your way through some amazing food. This coastal cluster of settlements is an empire for food in Cornwall, having become home to some of the UK’s best known celebrity chefs in the process. Whilst this is a testament to the great food Cornwall >> read more
As the golden hour of 2018 approaches, there is something exquisitely wonderful about wandering through the towns and villages of Cornwall at this time of year. The pubs are filled with music, the streets are festooned with lights, and there’s a pleasant thrum of busy activity as everyone prepares for the holidays. Then, as we >> read more
The Cornish Meadery is a dining experience which one could argue is pretty unique to our little corner of the world. If you’re a local, you would’ve definitely grown up with a few birthdays being celebrated here, or as an adult, it became the place for a Saturday night stag or hen do. As our >> read more
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With the summer season in full swing enjoy a traditional Cornish Cream Tea with these top thirteen chosen by the team at myCornwall
If you love marmalade, with ingredients like oranges, lemon, elderflower, and a hint of whisky, you HAVE to try these delicious offerings!
Featuring Grumpies, Crantock's Bakery and The Little Gluten Free Pasty Pie Company, here are our pick of three of the best pie producers in Cornwall.