Top places for food in and around Port Isaac
22 September 2020
Port Isaac is famous for Doc Martin, Fisherman’s Friends, the picturesque harbour with its fishing boats and of course ... its offering of first-class food establishments! Whether you’re looking for fine dining or a quick snack, there is plenty to choose from. Take a look at our top places to eat in and around Port Isaac.
Port Gaverne Hotel, Port Gaverne
Right by the water’s edge sits this excellent award-winning gastro pub. Whether you’re coming for excellent seafood or just stopping by for a quick G&T, you’ll see yourself coming back for more!
Pilchards, Port Gaverne
This is Port Gaverne’s more relaxed food joint, catering quality seafood to relaxed beachgoers and tired ramblers passing on the coast path. If you’re feeling really tired, they even run their own Tuk Tuk service that takes you up (or down) the steep hill to Port Isaac!
Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, Port Isaac
If you’re a real foodie looking for Michelin star standard seafood, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw is a place worth making the trip for. Nathan Outlaw was a former chef working with Rick Stein, so you know the standard is going to be good! Of course the seafood is local and sustainable, straight from Port Isaac’s boats. Booking is a must here!
The Golden Lion, Port Isaac
Overlooking the sea, this is an 18th Century pub that is the most quintessentially Cornish place to eat in north Cornwall. Expect to find classic pub food and of course, the freshest seafood in the UK. You’ll be welcomed with open arms in this Port Isaac institution, and you can bring the four-legged friend too!
Angry Anchovy, Port Gaverne
If you're not necessarily looking for seafood-based cuisine, then the Angry Achovy’s selection of tradition Italian pizza’s might just fit the bill. Open for sit ins and takeaway, and booking is essential!