At The Red Lion, dining is a celebration of food and friends, family and flavours.
Our excellent chef sources only the freshest local Cornish produce for our menus which are complimented by a selection of fine wines.
Our traditional inn retains many original features and is just minutes away from the costal path which is ideal for walkers and just a short stroll through the woods to Maenporth beach.
Address: The Red Lion, The Square, Carwinion Road, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth, TR11 5EP
Based on a Working Fishing Quay we are a family established business with strong local connections in Farming and Fishing, our fleet of local day boats land dreckly on our Quay. We have a boat to plate policy so what you see landed will end up on your plate the same day!
Our team are dedicated to delivering fabulous food and service to ensure that you return again and become friends of the Waterside.
We want you to enjoy your visit in every way. We care about our food, our place and about you and we put our caring into our cooking and our service. All our produce is cooked fresh daily on the premises.
Address: The Waterside, Trefusis Road, Flushing Quay, Falmouth, TR115TY
Dolly's is tea room, wine house and gin palace in the centre of Falmouth. Opened in 2011, it occupies perhaps the most beautiful Georgian room in town.
During the day, Dolly's is a traditional tea room serving illy coffee, teapigs, flowering exotic teas, cream teas and homemade cakes. By evening, Dolly's transforms into a candlelit bar serving delicious tapas, and wines by the glass, jug and bottle and a huge collection of gins. Cocktails are served in teapots and poured into vintage cups, with ice cubes in sugar bowls.
There is a piano in the corner which is played often, with music ranging from Chopin to The Smiths and of course, Frank Sinatra.
Address: Dolly's Tea Room and Wine Bar, 21 Church Street, Falmouth, TR11 3EG
At Habanero’s there’s a lot of good going on in your burrito. Everything we make on our menu is made fresh daily in our kitchens with minimal use of oils and completely free from preservatives (except for fresh lime juice). You can rest assured that our food is wholesome and preservative and additive free. Everything we offer we cook from scratch with the exception of our tortillas, tortilla chips, cheese and sour cream which are produced off site. You can get a great tasting meal that’s bursting with goodness.
Address: Habanero's Burrito Bar, 2 Quay Street, Falmouth, TR113HH
Welcome to Cribbs, let us transport you away to the Isles of the Caribbean through authentic dishes served in a relaxed atmosphere. Visit us for coffee and cake, lunch or dinner and watch our chefs rustle up mouth-watering dishes, in our open front kitchen.
John originally from St Vincent opened the restaurant in 2007 with the vision of offering customers a warm and friendly dining experience whilst serving traditional Caribbean dishes alongside British classics (with a twist).
The varied menus alongside the lunch specials ensure there is something for all tastes. Where possible using traditional ingredients the distinctive flavours of the Caribbean are created using locally sourced produce.
Dating back to the 1780’s, De Wynns is now a traditional coffee shop which boasts views of the beautiful Falmouth harbour. The listed building sits in the centre of Falmouth where its quaint Bow windows look out onto the high street.
Originally a hotel stood on the site; it was a popular meeting place for packet ship Captains awaiting their orders. Today, it is a coffee house, producing an abundance of good quality food, freshly made with local produce. As well as a delicious selection of coffees and cakes, the option of a pot of Tregothnan tea, with home-made scones, Boddingtons jam and Roddas clotted cream on top, make a perfect cream tea.
The menu extends to sandwiches and salads, featuring locally caught crab and other local delectables!
A cup of de Wynns house coffee with a shot of something delicious (Tia Maria, Brandy, Whiskey etc) topped off with fresh cream, will perk you up day or night.
Address: De Wynns, 55 Church Street, Falmouth, TR113DS
A year ago the three of us got together and decided to build our own bar exactly how we wanted it with no restrictions and no rules. Inspired by our favourite book, Alice In Wonderland, and in homage to the late David Bruce, our task was to create a little haven where people could escape, let their hair down and experience something new. Not wanting to be just a bar, we have built The Chintz in the hope that it can become a creative space for people from all walks of life. Lovingly handcrafted out of the sterile remains of a dental surgery, the building of The Chintz has been a long and arduous journey. There have been blood, sweat and a whole lot of tears but ultimately we think it has been worth it and we hope you do too...
So, without further ado, we present The Chintz Symposium. Come down and join us. Eat, drink and be ridiculously merry; but, most importantly, be prepared for the unexpected.
Address: the Chintz, The Dental Surgery, Old Brewery Yard, Falmouth, TR11 2BY
Finn M'Couls is a traditional Irish Pub with fun friendly staff and a great atmosphere. Situated in the centre of Falmouth opposite the pier and ferries, Finn's has spacious two floors and an open fire for those cold winter nights. Come in and warm up with a seasonal glass of "Mulled Wine" or cool down with a" Jug of Pimms" Finn's is perfect to start off a big night out or equally a quiet night with friends. Its a great spot to watch the world go round. There is also a variety of excellent live music 3 nights a week. Everyone's welcome to bring their own food to have with their drink "We Have The Pub - You Bring The Grub"
With its whitewashed walls, blue and white tablecloths and sirtaki music, Stavros’ Greek-Cypriot restaurants in Newquay and latterly Falmouth bring a blast of Mediterranean warmth to Cornwall – whatever the weather might be doing outside. “If we had Mediterranean weather here, no one would need to go abroad – the beaches are fabulous,” says owner Stavros Stavrou, who has lived in Newquay for 26 years.
One of Falmouth's oldest pubs - The Grapes was founded in the 1700's and, situated on Fish Strand Quay, has traditionally been the destination of choice for the seafarers, merchants and Navy-men whose ships are docked in Falmouth's stunning harbour which this pub overlooks. The beautiful panoramic view from the back of the pub is a perfect location to enjoy a great drink from the pub's very extensive range; with over 80 spirits and liqueurs across the back bar and a great range of lagers and local real ales and ciders - there is something for everyone.
Address: The Grapes Alehouse & Kitchen, 64 Church Street, Falmouth, TR11 3DS
Introducing Falmouth’s hottest new eatery Bahama Mamma’s - a cafe and tapas bar serving local craft beers & speciality coffee day and night; it’s become a melting pot, a meeting place and a place for people.
Imagine knock-out authentic flavours, nutritious food and drink from local suppliers, a relaxed space for affordable good times– Bahama Mammas is a new tapas bar with a Caribbean twist.
We provide world-class, exciting dishes made with heaps of love, and ingredients sourced locally wherever possible. We wanted to make a place where everyone is welcome.
Authentic flavours, kick-ass cocktails and super cool surroundings.
Open 10am - late (every day)
Cocktails, irie time (happy hour) 6 - 8pm every day £5 (£8 after)
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A little gem nestled amongst the cobbled streets of Falmouth.
Step inside and you will find the warmest welcome, exquisite creative cuisine and attentive, professional service awaiting you.
Culinary excellence comes as standard.
Our menus harmonise with the seasons - focusing on fresh, local and sustainable ingredients (some even foraged for by our resident Head Chef) culminating in dishes with flavour and balance, showcasing Cornwall's diverse and piquant produce.
Our overriding focus in the deli is on sourcing the highest quality produce we can, be it from local suppliers or from further afield.
We are lucky enough to have a great set of suppliers who consistently provide us with the highest quality local and continental cheeses and meats.
We stock fresh and high quality pre-packed olives, peppers, capers, tapenades and antipasti products which can be enjoyed on their own, with a glass of wine or as part of meal. We use the same fresh ingredients in our catered deli platters and picnics.
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We are an historic public house dating back to the Edwardian era, where you will find a traditional Cornish welcome in a traditional Cornish pub.
We serve a varied homemade menu all day using locally sourced Cornish produce wherever possible. We also have a good selection of specials, including crab, locally caught fish, cream teas and vegetarian, we try and reflect the season’s on our specials menu. On Sunday we also do a traditional Sunday Roast with homemade Yorkshire puddings and gravy and a choice of meats. We always serve homemade chips. The majority of our meals can be adapted for children.
Address: Prince of Wales, Market Strand, Falmouth, TR113DB
All local, all seasonal food from Cornwall, no farmed meat, all produce from the island (bar chocolate and coffee. And sugar. Maybe some spices).
Come and see how easy it is to eat locally and seasonally, like we all used to do. Enjoy a brunch plate throughout the day, a healthy and quick take away option, some coffee, with Falmouth's cleanest sound system, or an evening meal of small sharing plates in a bustling kitchen that feels more like a home than a restaurant. This is our home, but the door is wide open, homes are to be lived in so come and join in.
Address: The Kitchen, Old Brewery Yard, High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2BY
Cosy, intimate and homely Bohemiem Cafe specializing in Arabic foods, though there is something for everyone. We offer an evening menu for advance bookings only. An excellent place for small parties and celebrations, we also offer a bespoke outside catering service as well.
Address: Pea Souk, 19C Well Lane, Falmouth, TR113DJ
The Thai Orchid is Cornwall's first and olderst Thai restaurant serving authentic Thai cuisine in a restored sixteenth century building.It is important to us that we know what is in our food,so all of our dishes are freshly made to order,using only traditional ingredients.Nothing is pre-made or bought in and you can be confident that your meal will be fresh and free from additives and importantly MSG.Our food is prepared to traditional Thai recipes and many of our dishes are not too spicy,however all dishes can be made to your taste whether you like it hot or mild.We can also cater to most allergies and diet upon request .
Mon-Sat. 5.30 to 10.30
A re-invention of the traditional inn set in a classic Georgian townhouse overlooking the Quay in Falmouth, offering eclectic yet relaxed and welcoming setting in which to eat drink and sleep.
Our support of British farmers and artisan producers is reflected in our constantly evolving seasonal menu, providing uncomplicated, unrushed food from fresh fish and ripe fruits and salads in the summer to slow cooked sharing cuts and homemade pies in the winter.
A hand-picked selection of ales, lagers and ciders chosen to complement the seasonal fayre alongside local favourites. A carefully selected wine list offering a good and interesting choice, complemented by a good range of traditional and artisan spirits to satisfy all tastes and budgets.
Individually styled bedrooms, blending classic comfort with modern essentials, featuring modern artworks by national and local artists, consistent with the eclectic vibe throughout the Cutty Sark.
Four legged friends welcome in all areas of the Inn.
Address: Cutty Sark Falmouth, 4 Grove Place, Falmouth, TR11 4AU
Jam is a shabby and quite groovy, flock wallpapered shop stuffed with comfy sofas, formica and battered old standard lamps for that lived in feel. On the High Street in what the marketeers might call Falmouth’s old quarter… truly a street with no chains but all the best shops. Is it record shop? is it a cafe? yes it is...
Born in the spring of 2003 we have been bringing an esoteric collection of music, film and art to locals and visitors alike – not to mention exceptional coffee and some nice biscuits too.
One of a dying breed of old fashioned record shops (with actual records in it) Jam aims to share our finds in new and old music – we stock what we like and hope some other people may like it too (or we won’t make any money)
Address: Jam Coffee Shop, 32 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD
You can find us at 38 Arwenack St, Falmouth. TR11 3JF
There is parking at the Custom House Quay right next to us,or you could park at Events Square near the Maritime Museum, which is just a short walk away.
Feel free to call us on 01326 312678
Or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you!
Each day we prepare a selection of flavourful menu options for customers to enjoy in the deli or to take away, with vegetarian, gluten- and dairy-free choices regularly available.
We freshly bake on-site a delicious selection of muffins, scones and cakes and prepare a range of seasonal salads, soups and sandwiches.
Customers are also welcome to pick from our delicious range of charcuterie, cheeses and antipasti available on the deli counter.
We are fully-licensed so customers can also treat themselves to a glass of wine or a beer with their meal if they wish.
With notice, we can also prepare food for all kinds of occasions - from lunchboxes and picnics to enjoy on a day out - to kitchen suppers which will wow guests whilst making life easy for the host.
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Address: Courtyard Deli and Kitchen, 2 Bells Court, Falmouth, TR113AZ