Eating Out

Not only does the north Cornish coast have miles of golden sands and crystal blue waters, it’s also got loads going on in 2016. So we’ve put together a list of our top things to do in the area when on your holiday, so that you’re in the know, up to speed and in the loop.

The Sandbar >

Just across the road from Polzeath beach, the Sandbar café and takeaway is casual, friendly and convenient, useful for grabbing coffee and a seriously tasty sandwich on the run. If you’re in need of something more substantial, treat yourself to a thin, crispy pizza or beer battered fish and chips, not forgetting daily specials such as sweet potato, coconut and coriander soup. Choose from delicious, varied fillings for ciabattas, sandwiches, chunky wraps and freshly made salads. So handy after a day out on the beach, savour a smoothie or a fresh juice at the bar while you wait. With large screen TVs, table football and Wifi.
1st January 1970 to 1st January 1970

No 1 Rock Road

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 14.0px Arial} Under new ownership this year, this restaurant is superbly located, overlooking Rock’s moorings and across the ever-changing waters of the Camel Estuary.  Situated on the first floor above The Beach House shop, relax on the balcony with its amazing views and sea airs; snuggle up in fleecy blankets provided as the sun sets or during breezy weather. Specialising in super-fresh local shellfish such as mussels, lobster, oysters and scallops; treat yourself to the seafood platter for two - perfect for hungry seafood lovers whilst pasta, chicken, burgers and vegetarian dishes with daily specials will keep non-pescatarians happy.  With friendly, efficient service, No.1 Rock Road is open from 10.30 am for brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Four-legged friends are welcome too.
1st January 1970 to 1st January 1970