On those days spent road tripping across the county, adventure seeking and sun chasing, these roadside stop offs are packed with delicious Cornish treats perfect for a quick on-the-go snack…

  • The Weir Bistro – South of Bude, A39

    With plenty of spacious, outdoor seating and a dog friendly garden all overlooking a small lake and Wildlife Centre, Weir Bistro serves a fantastic array of food, from classics to Weir specials, with breakfast menus, day menus and evening menus. Pop in for a hearty breakfast before a day of exploring, a light lunch to keep you going or a rewarding dinner after a day of countryside and coastal hiking.

Strong Adolfos
  • Strong Adolfos – Wadebridge, A39

    This popular Atlantic Highway stop-off is known for its innovative menus, hearty portions, delectable cakes and sweet treats and mouth-watering breakfasts and lunches. There’s outdoor seating, social distancing and lots of takeaway options if you’re busy to get back out on the road.


Feed and Fed
  • Feed and Fed – Hayle, Penpol Terrace Road just off the A30

    In a small hut just outside of the Old Foundry Chapel off the main road through Hayle, Feed and Fed can be found serving up incredible lunches and snacks to hungry buyers. Expect full, flavoursome, freshly made bagels, delectable bakes, coffee and special lunches ideal for eating on the go in the car. Check them out on Instagram for the latest feeds including their special feast nights if you’re keen to return for more!

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  • Moomaid On the Square – B3306

    The latest parlour of the famous Moomaid hub to open, Moomaid On The Square opened in St Just at the beginning of July and for those touring through West Penwith soaking in the likes of Botallack, Sennen and Land’s End, popping into here for a takeaway treat in the form of their sumptuous ice creams is a good way to break up the journey and cool off.

Great Cornish Food Store interiors butcher fishmonger deli cheese
  • Great Cornish Food Store – Truro, in between the A30 and A390

    If you’re keen to stock up on Cornish goodies for a day, or even a few days, on the road, then a wide range of locally made produce can be found at the Great Cornish Food Store. With a café on site for freshly brewed coffee and take out, you’ll also find a deli counter of goodies and plenty of Cornish treats to take with you.


  • Da Bara Bakery – The Roseland, A3078

    When travelling around the breath taking realm that is the Roseland Peninsula, on the way to the effortlessly stylish St Mawes, you’ll find the Da Bara Bakery happily resting roadside, filled with their infamous Cinnamon buns alongside plenty of other tasty baked goods including exceptional breakfasts and lunches, coffee, tea and freshly baked Da Bara bread.


  • The Coddy Shack – Near Looe, B3253

    Offering takeaway Monday to Thursday 12pm – 9pm the Coddy Shack pride themselves on good food cooked to perfection. Using locally sourced products and sustainable fish, from crispy battered cod to local mussels, this is the perfect taste of the sea for those on their way home from a day at the beach.


  • Lanivet Inn – Near Bodmin, A389

    With takeaway, delivery and eat in menus and options available, the Lanivet Inn have worked hard to make their welcoming, local pub safe and accessible for as many as possible. Freshly, locally sourced food served at reasonable prices, not to mention great tasting, have made this pub a firm favourite amongst the locals for years and they continue to do so. If you’re eager to take some time to soak up the atmosphere, the pub has been arranged to accommodate social distancing, as well as having a large beer garden on site.


  • The Olive Grove Bistro – Near Perranarworthal, A39

    A bistro and tearoom set amongst the gorgeous grounds of the Cornish Garden Nurseries, the Olive Grove’s food is home cooked, locally sourced and organic wherever possible. Hearty breakfasts and luscious lunches, or a slice of homemade cake, this is place to sit in, relax and take a few moments to enjoy your meal before heading off again.

Ann’s Pasties
  •  Ann’s Pasties – Lizard Point, near A3083

    If you’ve decided to follow the road to Cornwall’s southerly Lizard Peninsula, you’ll find a host of eateries and stop offs, however nothing beats a real taste of Cornwall and Lizard’s own Ann’s Pasties proudly reside just nearby to served your lunchtime craving. Grab your favourites and head off to a scenic cove to rest a while from your day’s journeying with a pasty in hand.