The Plough in Duloe: our local pub. Good local pub food, delicious sparkling Cornish Orchards cider on tap (from across the valley) a proper village pub, and dog-friendly if you ask in advance too. Plus you can walk home along the lanes and down the track to Treworgey (30-40 mins on the way there – uphill, and 20-30 mins back – downhill!) www.ploughduloe.co.uk
Duloe Community Shop: our village shop is now run by the community and stocks a good range of provisions as well as excellent local veg, newspapers etc. Please support it! Open Monday – Friday 8am-5pm (shut for lunch 1-3) and Saturday 8am-1pm.
Cornish Orchards: Just up the road towards Duloe on the right. The delicious apple juice that welcomed you is from here and their little shop sells their various juices, ciders, chutneys, honey, sauces etc. To sample their delicious sparkling ‘champagne of ciders’ visit the Plough up the road in Duloe or the Salutation in East Looe. www.cornishorchards.co.uk
The Blue Plate: Delicious sea food and local meats and produce – food for any mood – at a great new restaurant run by renowned local chef Nick Barclay.
Trawlers on the Quay: Considered by many to be one of the best seafood restaurants in Cornwall, with a relaxed atmosphere and a lovely location on East Looe Quay: www.trawlersrestaurant.co.uk
Rick Stein’s Restaurants: There are four restaurants in Padstow where you can try his food, The Seafood Restaurant , St Petroc’s Bistro , Rick Stein’s Café and Stein’s Fish & Chips . Plus a pub in St Merryn called The Cornish Arms.
Fifteen Cornwall: An inspiring restaurant started by Jamie Oliver in a stunning location at Watergate Bay.www.fifteencornwall.co.uk
Trewithen Restaurant: In pretty Lostwithiel. Delicious locally-sourced food, extensive wine list, great for dinner and their lunch specials are just as delicious and kinder to the wallet! www.trewithenrestaurant.com
Couch’s Great House Restaurant: Situated in the quaint fishing village of Polperro. www.couchspolperro.com
Barclay House: One of the best restaurants in Looe in a hilltop location with great river views. www.barclayhouse.co.uk
The View at Whitsand Bay is light and modern with delicious local produce from sea food to meat and when they say ‘The View’ they really mean it – right out to sea from high on the cliffs at Whitsand Bay. www.theview-restaurant.co.uk
The Crown at Lanlivery. Ancient Cornish pub serving really good pub food. Near Lanhydrock. www.wagtailinns.com
The Rod and Line at Tideford. Eccentric Cornish pub with amazingly good food. reviews
Eating Out in Cornwall: A guide to Eating Out at restaurants in Cornwall www.eatoutcornwall.co.uk
Cornish Food Hampers: Cornish Hampers’ and ‘Cornish Gifts’ from the award winning Purely Cornish Farm Shop your first stop for Cornish Food Hampers. www.purelycornish.co.uk
Food4myholiday: They deliver to your holiday cottage, actually the kitchen table and fridge! ONE STOP shop, for Cornish produce! www.food4myholiday.com
Taste South East Cornwall: Centred around the picturesque fishing ports of Looe and Polperro, whose reputation for local food and fine dining has exploded onto the Cornish gastro-map since Taste was first staged in 2005. www.taste-southeastcornwall.com