Seven nights, seven restaurants

17th September 2013

Mawgan Porth is a beautiful coastal town which packs a punch. There is so much going on in Mawgan Porth that you’ll want to extend your holiday to fit it all in. Over the next few weeks we are going to give you some local, insider knowledge about Mawgan Porth, starting with seven nights, seven restaurants.


Night one: The Blue Fish Bar
At the heart of Mawgan Porth lies The Blue Fish Bar serving up traditional fish n’ chips. From cod to scampi to haddock, all the fish is cooked to order to ensure the freshest meal. Whether you want to eat in or take away The Blue Fish Bar is a perfect place to head for your first nights stay.

Night two: The Park Café
Dine indoors or alfresco on the sun-deck at The Park Café, Mawgan Porth. Their artisan chef creates a variety of fantastic dishes using fresh, local ingredients. But, if there is a dish you fancy that isn’t featured on the menu The Park’s chefs can make them to order, so long as you give them some notice. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday – Sunday; it’s good wholesome food for all the family.

Night three: Jon’s Bistro at Bre-Pen Farm
Having worked in top London restaurants such as the Hilton Metropole and Claridges and more recently at Fifteen Cornwall you can be sure of delicious, innovative dishes. Jon’s Bistro cooks rustic cuisine inspired by the local produce Cornwall has to offer and invites guests to bring their own wine with no extra corkage charge. What more could you ask for?

Night four: The Merrymoor
Great pub food in a spectacular location; this is what The Merrymoor has to offer. Their menu has something for everyone, from Cornish crab sandwiches, freshly made pizzas to their famous steak and ale pie.

Night five: The Scarlet Hotel
The Scarlet Hotel is an adult only establishment overlooking Mawgan Porth Beach. Their restaurant has earned a magnificent reputation across the country. The menu is simple, yet bursting with flavour and changes daily to capture the freshest ingredients soured locally. Their dinner service offers a touch of glamour ensuring a memorable evening for all.

Night six: Wild Café, Bedruthan Steps Hotel
The Wild Café is colourful and funky and one of the most relaxed places to eat in Cornwall. A mixture of colourful tapas and hearty favourite dishes appear in the menu, inspired by food heroes such as Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.

Night seven: Blue Bay restaurant
Blue Bay, available for booking now, is a large self-catering property with a twist. Blue Bay offers beautiful views and a catered kitchen as an additional extra. Whilst you stay at here James and Pippa will create any dish you may desire or you can order off their daily changing menu. Stay with up to 20 of your friends and family and enjoy what we like to call catered self-catering.