Whether you’re a hungry traveller or a die-hard foodie, it isn’t difficult to find cuisine you’ll love in the towns and villages surrounding Tregoad Park.
Looe restaurants tend to be laid-back & modern with an emphasis on fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. With the quayside fish market next door to many of the restaurants, it’s unsurprising that seafood features prominently on the menu. So make the most of sampling some of the freshest catches you’ll see in the UK. Our favourites include Trawlers, for classic seafood and a view across the river, The Cornerstone for American-style fast food and portions, or the newly opened Mama J’s, for a welcoming Italian experience. Hungry but don’t fancy a sit-down meal? Try Sarah’s Pasty Shop where you can watch Cornish classics being made (and buy the end product).
Alternatively, Polperro has plenty to offer too, starting with the Crumplehorn Inn. Serving homemade food in a setting that dates to the 13th-century, real ale aficionados will appreciate the range of Cornish brewing on offer. For a more contemporary offering, there’s Couch’s Great House, whose head chef has trained under names including Gordon Ramsey, Marco Pierre-White and Raymond Blanc. Come here for a very locally-sourced, modern cuisine.
Fowey offers an unmistakably upmarket dining experience. The Ship Inn is under new management and now offering a spectacularly good fish-focussed menu, The Q Restaurant has wonderful views, and with their Mediterreanean-influenced, contemporary menu, you’re in for a painstaking decision, though you really can’t go wrong. Meanwhile, Spinnaker’s Restaurant at the Fowey Hotel has been recognised with an AA Rosette for exceptional food. And with a great value five-course menu, featuring modern European cuisine, it’s not hard to see why.
See what’s on the menu atThe Tavern