Great Cornish Food Store Ltd is a company registered in England, No 9997008. VAT registration number 238095786. Registered office: Chapel View Farm, Coombe Lane, Bissoe, Truro, TR4 8RE, United Kingdom.
Cornwall’s cold waters, varied coastline and 40+ fishing ports make it one of the very best places in the UK to find fish and shellfish that’s as fresh as it gets, so it’s no wonder that some of the world’s top seafood chefs have long since made their professional way to the county and never looked back. Take a look at our selection of Cornish hotspots for buying, cooking or savouring seriously good seafood.
C-Bay offers locally sourced seasonal ingredients and mouth-watering dishes with a Cornish and British influence which you can enjoy in our sea view restaurant, on the sun terrace or in the garden.
Call: 01637 830229
The Hidden Kitchen & Dining is the first supper club and private dining venue in St. Ives. They have a multi-purpose venue that feels relaxing & intimate, and can cater from 10-50 guests. They showcase local seasonal produce within their weekly menus and create a vibrant and enjoyable atmosphere for guests to enjoy.
Call: 01736 795940
The menu changes every day but expect seasonal, coastal, no-ego food. Your dishes will be cooked simply and with integrity by a new team who have learnt their trade under some of the UK?s top Michelin-star chefs.
Call: 01208 8880244
Based in North Cornwall, The Green Room restaurant at Retallack Resort and Spa offers fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere, with gourmet dishes created by Head Chef and MasterChef 2008 Winner James Nathan. From our sumptuous seven course tasting menu, to roast dinners with a difference, each dish on The Green Room menu features James Nathan?s creative and innovative flare, and locally-sourced Cornish produce.
Call: 01637 882481
Steeped in history, the Ferryboat Inn is situated on the waterfront of the North Helford Passage. Their 'farm to plate' philosophy means little or nothing comes between you and the local produce they serve, offering seafood specialities from local day boats alongside homemade pub classics using the freshest local produce available.
Call: 01326 250625
Built by adventurer John Rashleigh in 1570, The Ship Inn is Fowey?s oldest pub. For more than four centuries the inn has been the focal point of our beautiful Cornish port ? a haven for travellers, merchants, fishermen between hauls, and locals looking for a chat around the huge open fire.
Call: 01726 832 230
A fully licensed fishmonger and restaurant situated in Islington and Padstow. Established in 2013 by Rick Toogood and fiancee Katie, serving only the freshest seafood and tapas-style fish dishes. Prawn on the Lawn serves creative plates including scallop ceviche, and their signature Prawn on the Lawn dish, as well as larger platters such as Fruits De Mer, sourced directly from day boats and fish markets in Devon and Cornwall.
Call: 01841 532223
Wing of St Mawes provide fresh seafood and shellfish to restaurants and hotels throughout the South West, and have an online shop to buy fresh seafood to cook at home. With over thirty years of experience, they have a reputation for providing high quality fish, ethically sourced.
Call: 01726 861666
The Watch House is a harbour side restaurant in St Mawes, on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall. There is a comfortable ground floor dining area and bar with family friendly booths and a light and open upstairs dining room with sea views out across the harbour to St Anthony?s head. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner throughout the week
Call: 01326 270038
A small licensed restaurant overlooking the sea. Local chef and owner Chloe Marsland previously worked for Jamie Oliver as a Chef/mentor at Fifteen Cornwall - now back in her home village of Coverack she prides herself on using locally produced ingredients to deliver fine food.
Call: 01326 280612
An award-winning seafood restaurant, nestled beneath the steep slopes of Porthminster Point, right on the beach with unbeatable and uninterrupted views across St Ives Bay to Godrevy Lighthouse. Now open all year round for morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
Call: 01736 795352
Experience the ultimate coastal break at the St Moritz near Rock, where the Camel Estuary meets the swell of the Atlantic Ocean. Head chef Jamie Porter values fresh, local produce and serves the finest seafood in their vibrant, open-kitchen restaurant.
Call: 01208 862242
Superstar seafood chef Nathan Outlaw oversees four stunning places to eat in Cornwall: the 2-Michelin-star Restaurant Nathan Outlaw at Port Isaac, Outlaw's Fish Kitchen also at Port Isaac, Outlaw's at St Enodoc Hotel in Rock, and The Mariner's pub in Rock, with menus based around market fish and the finest Cornish meat.
Call: 01208 880896
Lewsey Lou?s is a high quality seafood takeaway. What they offer is simple, fresh and Cornish. Their passion is sourcing the very best ingredients locally, and the menu changes daily, reflecting the best fish or shellfish caught that day
Call: 01872 552126
An award winning restaurant in Falmouth with stunning views of Falmouth Bay. The Flying Fish is a stylish, contemporary and friendly restaurant. Head Chef Andy Smith and his team create an exciting range of dishes using fresh & seasonal produce, with an emphasis on fresh fish & seafood.
Call: 01326 312707
The 'Fitty' is a seafood Bistro, open from Easter to the end of September and frequently used for events & private hire. The restaurant's striking views manages to capture Cornwall's delightfully enchanting character in a nut-shell.
Call: 01872 552428
Brasserie and hotel set in the heart of Falmouth.
Specialising in the use of high end local produce, in particular game and steaks. Chef Dale McIntosh creates memorable dishes and the rest of the team work hard to create experiences to match.
Call: 01326 312 734
Although Falmouth Bay specialises in fresh, delectable seafood, the menus are varied, incorporating well-executed dishes for both vegetarians and meat eaters alongside the fantastic fish offering.
Call: 01872 278884
Situated on the harbourside of St Mawes with 19 bedrooms, each with its own unique scheme, a restaurant seating 65 with views across the unspoilt harbour, and a South facing Terrace that sits perfectly on the rocks, The Idle Rocks is the place where people can re-engage with the simpler pleasures in life.
Call: 01326 270270
A cookery school set up in May 2013, based on Court Farm which has been in the family since 1853. Their style is next generation farmhouse cookery, using recipes that have been handed down through the generations and bringing them up to date with modern cooking techniques and knowledge gained in kitchens around Cornwall and beyond.
Call: 01872 580893
The location of the St Mawes hotel, in the centre of the village alongside the harbour, places it at the heart of the community. It?s where the locals, the fishermen, the sailors and visitors all gather throughout the day and long into the evening.
Call: 01326 270 266
Rick and Jill Stein have four restaurants in Padstow; The Seafood Restaurant, St Petroc's Bistro, Rick Stein's Cafe and Stein's Fish & Chips. They have a pub, The Cornish Arms in St Merryn and Rick Stein's Fish in Falmouth. They also have 40 guest bedrooms, four self-catering properties, a cookery school and four shops - a deli, patisserie, gift shop and fishmongers.
Call: 01872 532700
Situated on the top floor of an old grain store in Penzance, The Mill Bar and Restaurant provides good quality, locally sourced affordable food and drink. Able to cater for large groups and private functions. Two large dining rooms plus a comfortable bar.
Call: 01736 350292
The Wild Cafe at Bedruthan is a colourful, funky and relaxed place to eat delicious food whilst enjoying looking out at the beach, the surfers and the sunsets.
Call: 01637 861212
With spectacular views out to the Atlantic, the Terrace Restaurant at Gwel an Mor has a bright contemporary feel, the perfect spot to enjoy a cream tea, leisurely lunch or indulgent dinner.
Call: 01209 844132
The Tolcarne Inn is a small pub that focuses on providing the best in fresh local seafood, with all catch coming in from local boats. Food is served 7 days a week, lunch and dinner, with menus changing daily depending on what fresh produce comes in.
Call: 01736 363074
Located in the centre of Wadebridge within 6 miles of Padstow, Rock and the beaches of Polzeath together with being on the Camel Trail and close to the finest golf courses in north Cornwall. The Molesworth is the perfect base or stop over when visiting Cornwall.
Call: 01208 812055
This fine dining restaurant offers a modern British menu with classical French influences, and a strong focus on the locally caught fish and seafood for which Cornwall is rightly famous. The menu is designed by award winning chef and proprietor Grant Nethercott and showcases natural, eclectic flavour combinations.
Call: 01736 797222
Local and seasonal food at reasonable prices, with daily changing menus - simple, yet bursting with flavour - created by acclaimed Head Chef Tom Hunter. Scarlet is the perfect venue for a relaxed breakfast or lunch in stunning surroundings, and the evening menu and comprehensive wine list guarantee a memorable dinner.
Call: 01637 861800
This award-winning, family-run pub uses locally sourced, organic ingredients to create a diverse and delicious menu, and is situated in an area of outstanding beauty.
Call: 01736 762240
Fresh from the Sea brings you sustainably caught Lobster and Crab straight from their boat to your plate. Port Isaac's finest catch is cooked and hand picked on the premises, ready for you to take home or eat with a salad or sandwich.
Call: 01208 880849
Fifteen Cornwall is part of a global social enterprise, founded by Jamie Oliver with a clear mission - empower those who deserve a second chance in life. We aim to inspire people through food, whether it's the apprentice chefs in our kitchen or the diners in our restaurant.
Call: 01637 861000