Dining Out in Talland Bay, Cornwall
Talland Bay Beach Cafe, Talland Bay
Recently voted us as one of the Top 10 Beach Cafes in Cornwall and described as "a diamond in the rough" where the food "certainly hits the spot". The philosophy is a simple one, to provide a good quality product at a fair price. The surroundings speak for themselves - you would be hard pushed to find a better view from their washing up sink! . Wherever possible we use local suppliers and produce and have fast gained a reputation for the best cream teas and fresh crab sandwiches in the area. Our pasties are locally made, delivered fresh daily just in time for lunch - sometimes a late lunch but this is Cornwall so dreckly will do - but worth the wait!
Tel. 01503 272088
The Terrace Restaurant, Talland Bay
The Terrace Restaurant is part of the Talland Bay Hotel between Looe and Polperro on Cornwall's beautiful south coast.
The Terrace Restaurant is a unique dining venue. It is an essential part of any stay at Talland Bay Hotel, whilst also extending a friendly welcome to non-resident food lovers too. Our dinner menu provides both traditional and contemporary choices. Ingredients are carefully chosen: the freshest seafood landed at Looe, excellent quality meat from nearby farms and seasonal local vegetables. We take great pride in every meal we serve; everything is freshly made on the premises, even the pasta and the bread.
Our Sunday lunches are a delicious opportunity to unwind and enjoy a traditional feast of perfectly roasted meats and seasonal vegetables - Sundays at Talland Bay could easily become your favourite day of the week. For our resident guests, breakfast in the Terrace Restaurant provide a wonderful start to the day with one of the best Cornish breakfast you’re likely to have.
Our commitment to ensuring that every meal we serve is exceptional has been rewarded by two AA Rosettes.
Tel. 01503 272667
Stay at a nearby Holiday Park and keep the kids amused all day! Parks in the vicinity include those at:
Plenty of hotels are available locally. Consider those in the local towns: