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5 of the Best Restaurants and Cafés in Newquay

Are you searching for the best restaurants, cafes and places to eat out in Newquay? Well look no further because we have done the hard work for you. We’ve trawled the internet, read hundreds of reviews and salivated over the mouth watering pictures.

So regardless to whether you’re after a bite to eat for breakfast, an authentic Italian Pizza or a restaurant with a view, we’ve got it covered. So with no further delay here are 5 of the top restaurants and cafes in Newquay that are sure to get your taste buds tingling.


Rossi’s Pizzeria

Looking for an authentic pizzeria in Newquay? Look no further than Rossi’s Pizzeria, the oldest established pizza house in Newquay, where you can indulge in everything from a delicious homemade pizza to a healthy light salad.

“The best pizza known to mankind”

“Love this place; make sure we visit every time we go to Newquay”

“Great food and great service, the only place to eat in Newquay”

A fun and friendly atmosphere awaits you here at Rossi’s Pizzeria. Next time you’re visiting Newquay be sure to visit.

It’s easy to see why they’ve won the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. To view their menu visit the website www.pizzanewquay.com.


The Beached Lamb Café

If you’re in search of a cool and quirky café in Newquay close to the world famous Fistral Beach then The Beached Lamb is perfect for you. This laid back café plays reggae music non-stop which compliments the relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

“Exceptional milkshakes. Lovely staff very helpful”

“What an absolute gem of a cafe”

“Milkshakes to die for. It’s a must visit”

On the menu you will find an array of vegan and vegetarian treats as well as many meat options. Currently The Beached Lamb Café is up for sale so if you fancy “living the dream” and becoming an owner of a fantastic Café now is your chance! P.s. Try the milkshakes.


The Two Clomes

Originally named after two fireside ovens situated either side of the open fireplace – the Two Clomes is one of the most popular restaurants in Newquay.

“Never fails to deliver great home cooked food”

“Amazing food and welcoming atmosphere”

“My most favourite pub in the whole wide world”

Serving high quality homemade meals and traditional real ale. Known for its generous portions, excellent service and welcoming hospitality next time you’re in Newquay why not stop by for a bite to eat.


Oceans Café

In search of the best breakfast in Newquay? Well Oceans Café is the place for you. Their mouth watering Full English Breakfast has received a host of amazing reviews from customers and is definitely worth a try.

“If you want a good cooked breakfast this is your place”

“The food was great and so was the service”

“Lovely place to have breakfast! Good cuppa too and friendly conversation”

It should also be noted that they serve more than just breakfast and their steak dishes have also received sterling reviews from the plaudits. Next time you’re feeling peckish why not give the owners Alan and Jan a visit at the Oceans Café in Newquay.


Lusty Glaze Beach Restaurant

If you want to treat your better half then Lusty Glaze Beach Restaurant is a must visit. Only a short walk from the centre of Newquay, the Lusty Glaze Beach Restaurant is nestled away in a secluded cove ideal for a romantic meal.

“Couldn’t have been better – amazing setting, excellent food”

“Most impressive spot on the beach, very relaxed and romantic”

“Possibly my favourite place on earth!”

Whatever the weather the views are truly spectacular, so you can indulge in delicious food whilst taking in the spectacular views.

Former BBC Masterchef contestant, Nat Tallents, is the head chef of the Lusty Glaze and will be on hand to create an array dishes for your dining pleasure.


Here at Darwin Escapes we are always on the lookout for the best local eateries to recommend to our lovely guests. So if you’ve visited Piran Meadows and Newquay is there something that we’ve missed off the list? Why not get involved below and recommend your favourite place to eat in Newquay.