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Eating Out

You don’t need to travel far to find great food here on the Roseland.  From traditional country pubs to exquisite restaurants, you’ll find a variety of places available in which to eat and drink (from nearest to furthest from Trewince): We try to keep the following information as up to date as possible, however we recommend you contact the premises direct prior to your stay)

The Royal Standard, Gerrans – An old fashioned traditional cornish pub with a child & dog friendly garden.   The Standard is a free house therefore serving a greater choice of beer and cider.  All meals are cooked using local produce.

Tel: 01872 580271 – royalstandard-gerrans.co.uk

The Plume of Feathers – A 17th century country pub serving a menu of locally sourced produce, prepared on the premises, plus a well stocked bar to include local ales.  Situated in the square of Portscatho.  Bookings are advised.

Tel: 01872 580321 – plumeoffeathers-roseland.com

The Boathouse Restaurant, Portscatho – Run by mother & daughter, Alison & Annie.  The cafe is open 7 days a weeks.  During school holidays will extend opening hours into the evening.  Serving breakfasts, light lunches and evening meals.

Tel: 01872 580326

Tatams Portscatho – At the slipway of Tatams Beach.  Coffee hut: coffee and snacks by day, outdoor seating available at the sea bar.  Wood fired taverna: set up for takeaway by night, long tables available for seating.  No bookings taken.

Tel: 01872 581894 – tatams.co

The Atlantic Fryer – Locally run, traditional style fish & chip shop on wheels.  All food is cooked to order.  New Road Lay By (alongside Porthcurnick Beach Car Park) – Friday: 5.00 – 8.00pm.  Chenoweths Business Park (main road towards Tregony) – Thursday 5.00 – 8.00pm. –

Tel: 07792 147158

The Hidden Hut, Portscatho – A small rustic outdoor cafe located above Porthcurnick Beach.  Main season from March – October.  Seasonal lunches, ice-cream and cakes.  Open air feast nights on selected evenings, tickets bought in advance.

For further information: porthcurnick@gmail.com – hiddenhut.co.uk

The Roseland Inn, Philleigh – A truly traditional rural cornish pub.  Home cooked gastro meals with a warm friendly service.  Sit by the fire in the winter months or out in the beautiful beer garden in the summer.

Tel: 01872 580254 – roselandinn.co.uk

Melinsey Mill, Veryan – This local family business is run from a restored 16th century water mill.  A wonderfully cornish mixture of eccentricity and charm serving drinks, cakes, homemade soups, snacks and sandwiches.

Tel: 01872 501049 – melinseymill.co.uk

The New Inn, Veryan – Housed in a converted pair of 16th century cottages. The menu specialises in local cornish produce and the bar is stocked with local real ales from the St Austell Brewery.

Tel: 01872 501362 – newinn-veryan.co.uk

Da Bara Bakery & Cafe, Chenoweths Business Park, Ruan High Lanes – Local family run bakery.  Serving breakfast, lunch, teas, coffees, bread, cakes, pastries and local craft beer.  Take away and eat in available.

Tel: 01872 211206 – debara.co.uk/da-bara-cafe/

The Kings Head, Ruan Lanihorne – Situated in this tiny hamlet, a small country pub with a warm welcome, great beers and simple food, using locally sourced produce.

Tel: 01872 501263 – kings-head-roseland.co.uk

The Victory Inn, St Mawes – The oldest and only traditional pub in St Mawes.  Serving great local ales, the food menu is changed regularly and uses locally sourced ingredients.  Fantastic views over the harbour.  Family and dog friendly.

Tel: 01326 270324 – victoryinn.co.uk

The Rising Sun, St Mawes – Ideally positioned in the the centre of the village, the pub combines both modern and traditional style.  The menu offers a wide range of traditional, generously sized dishes with locally sourced ingredients.

Tel: 01326 270233 – risingsunstmawes.co.uk

The St Mawes Hotel, St Mawes – based on the wonderful produce from the cornish sea, home made pizzas or lobster and chips fresh from the harbour.  Be prepared for a relaxed but lively atmosphere serving a great choice of beers, spirits and beverages.

Tel: 01326 270266 – stmaweshotel.com

The Kings Arms, Tregony – A beautiful old coaching inn, refurbished back to its original glory, original slate floors (with an original well) and wood paneled walls in the 3 bars.  Serving traditional meals, St Austell ales along and tasty bar snacks.

Tel: 01872 530202 – staustellbrewery.co.uk/pub/tregony/kings-arms