Traditional Cornish fishing village
Pick up local fresh fish for supper
Book coasteering or kayaking
Eat at celebrity chef Nathan Outlaw’s restaurants
Watch the real Fisherman’s Friends perform
Dine on the freshest fish, often straight off the boat and onto the plate at either one of Nathan Outlaws eateries. Nathan Outlaw’s New Road sits at the top of the village with far reaching views of the ocean, offering a set menu celebrating local freshly caught fish. The Fish Kitchen, situated in a bijou 15th century fisherman’s cottage down by the harbour also offers a set menu with delicious dishes to delight.
On a Friday night through-out summer you’ll find the Fisherman’s Friends performing live on The Platt just by the harbourside. During the day pick up some fish and chips, and then take a wander around the charming winding streets, stopping off to explore the local art studios and trinket shops. Collect local fish for supper from Dennis Knight’s fishmongers or take a short walk to Port Gaverne which is home to two fantastic restaurants. Looking for something a little more adventurous? Book a coasteering or kayaking session with Cornish Rock Tors and see the Cornish coastline from a different perspective.