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Restaurants in Newquay
Captain Jack's is located in the heart of Newquay and offers a fantastic range of food and drink in a nautical themed restaurant. Locally sourced Cornish produce from Trevarthans in Penryn, line caught fish from the west coast and fresh fruit and vegetables from the surrounding area, Captain Jack's has top quality dishes.
This unique venue was established over ten years ago in the heart of Newquay, and is now Cornwall’s premiere Mexican restaurant and is highly regarded as the local’s choice. We offer a huge range of tantalising Mexican food as well as a range of vegetarian dishes.
Take a seat in one of our new conservatories - with magnificent sea views - and relax while our finest chefs create traditional Indian dishes, with distinct flavours of the East, for you to enjoy.
A fresh, quirky contemporary Australian restaurant using a mix of Australian and Cornwalls finest ingredients to produce an array of dishes
Welcome to The Bowgie Inn situated on the West Pentire Headland, Crantock, the famous pub near Newquay. With stunning views over Crantock Bay, it is the perfect setting for eating or enjoying a few drinks after a walk on the beautiful headlands or the unspoiled beaches of nearby Crantock Beach and Polly Joke.
The family friendly Beachcomber Restaurant is based at Sands Resort Hotel in Porth, between Newquay and Watergate Bay. Sit back and enjoy Mediterranean inspired dishes, traditional English cuisine and an extensive wine list. Some of our tables enjoy stunning sea views too.
A world away from Newquay, yet just a short stroll to Fistral Beach, as locations go it doesn’t get much better than this. A real hidden gem on the North Cornwall coast, Lewinnick Lodge boasts a stylish bar and brasserie that’s long been a favourite with locals and those in the know. The addition of our designer bedrooms have transformed this chic secret spot into Newquay’s first boutique lodge, brimming with understated elegance and cool allure.