Beach Box Cafe at Wadebridge: Breakfast Cobs on the Camel Trail

The Beach Box Cafe in Wadebrigde is one of three Beach Box location in Cornwall. This one is at the Wadebridge end of the Camel Trail, the others are at Polzeath Beach and at Mawgan Porth. On their website they suggest that “If you’re setting off to walk or cycle the Camel Trail, or you’ve…

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…

Cornish Pasty Hunting in Looe: Sarah’s Pasties

Sarah’s Pasty Shop in Looe is probably my Favourite place to get a Cornish pasty in Cornwall. It is a really fantastic bakery located on the narrow Buller Street in East Looe in an old fishing cottage, tucked away within the rows of little shops and galleries just near the harbourside. On their website they…

Asian Noodle Bar in Plymouth: Spicy Beef Noodle Soup and Dumplings

The Asian Noodle Bar on Cornwall Street was a bit of a bonus find on this trip to Plymouth. Outside the menu was suggesting that this was just another Chinese serving up the standard westernised menu with offerings such as Omelette and Chips, and Foo Yung and Noodles, but once inside and sat down we…

Cornish Pasty Hunting in Cawsand

The Shop in the Square at Cawsand Bay is the main spot near the beach to get your fix of Fish and Chips and Cornish Pasties. The perfect spot to get a takeaway to eat while looking out at the sea as you ponder dipping your toes in the water. CORNISH PASTIES FOR SALE I…

Il Capriccio in Plymouth: Lovely Family Run Italian

Il Capriccio in Plymouth is hidden away down near the back of the market slightly off the beaten track at Frankfort Gate. It is in good company with a lovely Portuguese joint the Lisbon Bakery bakery a few doors further down and the popular Greek Cypriot restaurant on the other side of the square. Tonight…

Jacka Bakery in Plymouth

Jacka Bakery located on Southside Street in the Barbican area of Plymouth is the oldest bakery in the UK and has been baking since the 1600’s. They are said to have supplied the pilgrims who sailed on the Mayflower to America and were here at the time of Drake sailing against the Spanish Armada. That…

Breakfast at the Galley Kitchen in Mount Batten

The Galley Kitchen at Mount Batten in Plymouth seems at first sight to be just another Greasy Spoon cafe serving up breakfasts and the like to the workers on the boatyards, folks from the nearby beach, and the walkers passing by on the Coastal Path, and to some extent that is true. Yet the people…

Fancy Hanks in York: An American Breakfast

Fancy Hank’s Bar and Kitchen in York say that they offer Good Mood Food inspired by the travels of two brothers through the 11 states of the American Deep South. Now that certainly got my attention when we were looking for somewhere to get Brunch while visiting York for the weekend. I spent a fair…

Trenchers Fish and Chips in Whitby

Trenchers Restaurant & Takeaway in Whitby is one of many Fish & Chip shops in the town, in fact I think that this place must have the most Chippies of anywhere in the country, there are so many to choose from! They were the 2019 winners of the Fish and Chip Restaurant of the Year…