Eating out in St Mawes & the Roseland
Restaurants, pubs and cafes in St Mawes and on the Roseland
Using the very best, seasonal, local produce, the restaurants, cafes and pubs around the Roseland are a foodie’s dream.
From fish and chips sat on the harbour wall to fine dining treats with some of the best views the UK has to offer, we’re sure you’ll find something to suit your taste.
Below you’ll find a selection of places to eat out in St Mawes and on the Roseland. For the very more information please contact us.
Situated on the quay in St Mawes this is the place to come for fresh coffee and delicious cakes. Sit back and watch the world go by.
Voted in the “20 Best places to eat by the sea” by The Times 2014 serving great Cornish produce, simply prepared and expertly cooked.
A combination of fresh seaside style and relaxed dining. Enjoy stunning sea views across the bay towards Portscatho and seriously good food.
Deep in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula , a mile from the King Harry Ferry in the rural village of Philleigh lies The Roseland Inn.
Tucked away in one of Cornwalls hidden valleys, you will discover Melinsey Mill. This local family business is run from a restored 16th Century water mill. Melinsey is a one off, a wonderfully Cornish mixture of eccentricity and charm.
Brilliant restaurant in St Mawes serving great local food. They also do great fish and chips to takeaway.
Miss V’s Cornish Cream Teas
Coming soon to the Roseland.
A travelling Tea Room, serving up wonderful cakes, bakes and of course, tea! Throughout the Spring, Summer and Autumn they pop up most days at the National Trust’s Porth Farm.
With spectacular sea views over Gerrans Bay, the Quarterdeck at the Nare Hotel is the perfect place to meet family and friends for a relaxed lunch or stylish evening meal.
Da Bara Bakery
Outlet to showcase all Da Bara Bakery produce. Also serving great food and drink- mostly local, Fully licensed
The dining room has a calm and cool Mediterranean atmosphere with a mosaic floor and tongue and groove walls. In the evening we light a hundred twinkling tea lights.