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Top 6 seafood restaurants for seafood lovers in Cornwall

Are you a seafood enthusiast holidaying in Cornwall? In search of the best oysters and lobster you can find? Look no more, we’ve got a wonderful selection of our favourite seafood restaurants from all over Cornwall just for you!

1. The Fish House Newquay

Located on Fisteral beach in Newquay, The Fish House has been described as Cornwall’s best seafood restaurant! Since opening Paul Harwood has been cooking up a storm and wowing diners with fantastic flavours made from fresh seasonal ingredients and locally sourced fish!

There’s no better way to end your day out than watching the sunset over the beach and enjoying fresh seafood in Newquay.

To book a table click here

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2. Hooked on the rocks – Falmouth

After a fun day out in Falmouth why not head over to Swanpool beach, only a short walk from Gyllynvase and enjoy good food and good views from hooked on the rocks.

Located overlooking Swanpool beach and Falmouth Bay the views aren’t something to miss! With a menu inspired by the Cornish coast, created with only the freshest and sustainably sourced ingredients you’ll be blown away with the bold flavours and quality of service.

Click here to book today!


3. Verdant seafood bar – Falmouth

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Verdant seafood bar is one of Falmouth’s best hidden secrets. Serving fresh sea food tapas and verdant beers it has quickly become one of our favourite places to visit. Located on Quay Street close to Falmouth harbour, grab a takeaway and watch the world go by. Be aware of the sea gulls though, they won’t hesitated to steal your munch away.

Click here to find out how to book!

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4. Mackerel sky seafood bar – Newlyn

Located in the traditional fishing town of Newlyn, the mackerel sky seafood bar serves only the freshest of seafood straight from the local waters. If you’re wanting to sit down after a busy day or fuel up for a long walk around Newlyn the seafood bar is the perfect place for you to visit.

The main restaurant is open for indoor and outdoor dining, but you must hurry as they don’t take bookings.

Click here to preview their menu!


5. The Wheelhouse Crab and Oyster bar – Falmouth

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Opening on the 1st June, the wheelhouse is a unique and quirky alternative to most restaurants around. Their unique style and amazing food attract customers from all over who visit Cornwall just to get a taste!

You’ll need to book in advance as tables tend to fill up fast, click here to book today!


6. Rum and crab shack – St Ives

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The Rum and crab shack has become a popular favourite in Cornwall, known for serving no other than the best Creole influenced seafood around!

Home to Dead Mans Fingers and its sibling Stargazy the bar stocks over 100 different rums with flavours to suit everyone’s taste buds.

You’ll find the shack located on the harbour front in St Ives, click here to view the menu and book today!

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