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…

Chough Bakery in Padstow: Breakfast Cobs for the Ferry

I have written before about the excellent Cornish Pasties from Chough Bakery in Padstow (read more here) but I wanted to take a moment to talk about the other great stuff that they offer. Over the last few years when we have visited Padstow the bakery has been a regular port of call each time….

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…

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…

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…