1st November 2018
Sizzling steaks and succulent seafood washed down with mouth-watering cocktails .
Polzeath is home to a fantastic selection of restaurants that offer delicious food, local ales and wines and most importantly, breath-taking ocean views. But which ones should you head to first? We’ll tell you…
Using only the best local quality ingredients the extensive menu serves delicious seafood, burgers, sandwiches snacks and more. If you enjoy a cocktail or two, then you’ll love their very own herb garden, perfectly created for their brilliant cocktail menu. Guests have the option of sitting both inside or outside on the top terrace or decking, both with lovely sea views. Watch the world go by at the Waterfront Restaurant in Polzeath.
With a name like The Cracking Crab, you can guess what they do here. This is certainly one for the seafood lovers. Order Fruits De Mer by the bucket load, taste the roasted hake with crispy pancetta or if that doesn’t tickle your taste buds give the monkfish wrapped in smokey bacon a go. Wash it down with a cold local ale and take in the awe-inspiring views over Polzeath beach and ocean.
Watch the sun go down and listen to a live band from Surfside cafe, positioned directly on Polzeath beach. This cool hangout is a go to foodie spot for the local surfers, especially when the sun comes out and the staff pull out a last minute sizzling BBQ on the terrace. The generous menu includes Rock Oysters, Padstow crab linguine and Porthilly mussels. Open for lunch and dinner from Easter – November.
If you’re looking for somewhere family friendly then we have found you the perfect place. TJ’s is a family run cafe and surf shop on the beach, offering a breakfast and lunch menu for both adults and kids. Wake up to a full Cornish cooked breakfast, grab a warm panini when you jump out the surf, or let you kids pick their favourite topping on a juicy TJ’s pizza. Dine Alfresco on a warm sunny day or sit back and relax inside while you watch the world pass by.