Barny’s Fish and Chips in Wadebridge

Barny’s Fish and Chip shop in Wadebridge seemed to be a really popular Chippy when we were in town. Every evening when we were heading home or out to the pub there was a line of people waiting to collect their takeaway orders. On our last night we really just wanted an easy night so…

Cornish Pasty Hunting in Tintagel: Slice

Slice in Tintagel was our place of choice for Pasty purchasing today and it was a somewhat unexpected stop as well as we were really in town looking for a bit of the legend of King Arthur The shop itself felt like more of gift shop than a pasty shop but they had the big…

Route 39 in Wadebridge – American Themed Diner

Route 39 in Wadebridge is an American Themed Diner serving up a ‘classic American menu of burgers, ribs, steaks, chicken, and Mexican meals” they also have shakes, fries, pancakes and breakfasts. It is one of a small group called the Route Restaurants with others Route 5, Route 38, and Route 303 all based in the…

Cornish Pasty Hunting in Falmouth: JH and M Choak

JH & M Choak on Killigrew Street in Falmouth were our destination for lunch today and Once again we were starting our munching with a Traditional Cornish Pasty. The sign on the front of the shop said that these guys had been baking since 1949 and I read that this particular shop had been open…

Sunday Lunch at the Molesworth Arms in Wadebridge

The Molesworth Arms Hotel is a very busy and bustling place located on Molesworth Street in Wadebridge. According to their website it is “Wadebridge’s oldest, finest watering hole” and it has been here under various names since the 16th Century. We came along looking for Sunday Dinner and the place was pretty full even though…

Chip Ahoy in Padstow

Chip Ahoy in Padstow seems to be the locals Fish and Chip Shop. While the tourists and visitors to town gravitate over to Rick Steins on the harbourside, those in the know head up to Chip Ahoy on Broad Street next to a Taste of Padstow to get their Traditional Fish and Chips. We had…

The Ring O Bells Pub in St Issey: Homemade Pub Grub

The Ring O’ Bells Public House in St Issey is located right on the main road that runs through the village, indeed the road sign attached to the pub tells you that it is between Padstow and Wadebridge on the A39. We had bedded down locally in the village in a nearby AirBnB where our…

Fresh From The Sea in Port Isaac

Fresh from the Sea in Port Isaac on New Road is an excellent place to hunt down some fresh Crab and Lobster. The place is run by Calum and Tracey Greenhalgh and the daily catch landed by Calum on his boat Mary D is used and sold in the shop It was one of the…

Embers Pizza in Padstow

Embers Wood Fired Pizza in Padstow is located at Market Place and it is right in the centre of the action. They advised booking but we slipped in early evening and we were OK for a table. It might not be as easy I imagine in the middle of the summer or at a weekend…