The Top 10 restaurants in Fowey are easy to find and even easier to enjoy.
Each is unique but all are quite well-known and definitely worth the journey across this little town to find them. Take a look at our list of the Top 10 Restaurants in Fowey below.
Found on Fowey’s main street, this popular bistro has been serving up amazing food since it opened in 1987. Sam’s uses local ingredients (something you’ll find that a lot of Fowey restaurants do), but it specialises in classic seafood dishes, as well as burgers and steaks.
Havener’s Bar & Grill
Doubling as a B&B, Havener’s Bar & Grill is situated on the waterfront. It’s a trendy bar and restaurant that serves fresh seafood (caught locally), great burgers and award-winning ales. Stay for a tasty meal and then keep on exploring the coastline of Fowey!
Something a little different, Pinky Murphy’s serves homemade cakes, filling breakfasts, and a relaxing lunch atmosphere. Located on Fowey’s main street, it’s a little quirky and very welcoming.
The Old Quay House Restaurant
Fine dining at its, well, finest! This restaurant boasts uninterrupted views of the stunning Fowey estuary, along with exquisite food, and plenty of chances to spend a few hours taking in the sights.
A taste of Spain but found on the coast of Cornwall. Pintxo is Spanish cuisine at its finest in this little English town! A relaxed atmosphere, plenty of small tapas plates and a great sherry bar await you here.
Another restaurant that’s a bit different, Sunny Spice serves Southern Indian cuisine which is presented to diners in a contemporary European style. It’s definitely a place for the adventurous eaters among our readers!
Sticking with our national cuisine theme, Bufala sources authentic Italian ingredients to make your meal a great memory. The exterior of the restaurant is an inviting blue and white, and the homemade tiramisu is simply unmissable.
Fowey Harbour Hotel
Nestled into the west bank of the River Fowey, with picture-perfect views over Fowey’s estuary, this 37-room boutique hotel offers a quintessential seaside getaway and a fabulous menu.
Fresh seafood is landed by Fowey’s fishermen; bangers and mash are sourced from farms on our doorstep. There chefs create seasonal menus using the best local ingredients, complemented by Cornish-inspired flavours such as samphire from the beaches and herbs picked from our kitchen garden.
Ending off our list is a kid-friendly restaurant found on South Street in Fowey. Brown Sugar has great reviews, opens early and closes late afternoon. The food is fresh, and everything is extremely tempting. Visitors are especially pleased with the huge range of gluten-free and vegan food (not something anyone expects from a small town).
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