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Local Food & Drink

Cornwall’s renowned for eating out thanks to big name chef’s who’ve put the county on the food map. From freshly caught seafood and homemade ice cream to nourishing local produce, prepare for some indulgent treats!

We’ve got a plethora of restaurants, cafes, quirky food vans and country pubs near Seavista, each with their own vibe. We’ve got a few favourites that we’re happy to recommend and make reservations for you.

Our favourites near Seavista include

Scott and Babs at Retorick Mill

Mouth watering, rustic, wood fired food. Eclectic, off the beaten track but worth a visit!
Website: scottandbabs.com

Catch, Mawgan Porth

Seafood and grilled meats in a relaxed, beachside setting.
Website: catchmawganporthbeach.co.uk

Appleton’s at Trevibban Mill, St Issey

Rustic Italian dishes with a Cornish modern twist. A Seavista favourite!
Website: Appleton’s at the Vineyard

Gusto at The Park, Mawgan Porth

Artisan breads, salads, slow roasted dishes and burgers. Rustic, wholesome and delicious
Website: theparkcornwall.com/gusto

The Living Space, Watergate Bay Hotel

Awesome food, grown up cocktails and a lovely vibe! combines Cornish flavours with European and Pan Asian influences.
Website: watergatebay.co.uk

The Cornish Arms, St Merryn

Think classic pub favourites like scampi, mussels and burgers.
Website: rickstein.com

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