Eating and Drinking in Cornwall

By November 5, 2013October 30th, 2018Things to do

Moroccan lamb dish served at CLC Trenython Manor Cornwall

The smell of a freshly baked Cornish pasty wafting out of a bakery door will prove irresistible to many who visit Cornwall, just as the sight of a traditional clotted cream tea of scones laden with soft clouds of cream and lashings of jam will test the most determined dieter, but being on holiday means freedom to indulge!

Of course, there are many healthy and tasty Cornish alternatives too with a wide choice of restaurants; among them, as you might expect, sensational sea food restaurants that offer your choice of the fresh catch. Cornwall also has a variety of locally produced and some award-winning, wines, cider and ale that should be sampled at every opportunity.

And there are places to eat to suit every budget, from the humble ‘chippie’ that serves appetising portions of fish and chips you can eat sat on a harbour wall breathing in the salty air, to famous chef establishments such as those of Rick Stein, Nathan Outlaw and Jamie Oliver which are a real treat.

At CLC Trenython Manor, whether it’s a light bite, a laidback lunch or a romantic dinner to be savoured, we take pride in our menu and offer food using Cornish ingredients and recipes, often with a twist, as well as international fare and vegetarian options. In fact our kitchen has a Gold CHEFS award from the county council, a sign of our commitment to offering delicious healthy menu options using locally sourced, fresh food.

And yes, we do run to a very fine cream tea (homemade scones, naturally) when the fancy takes you!

Pop in for a coffee, a light lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, we serve throughout the day until 9pm.

Trenython Manor Lodges, Swimming Pool and Spa will be open, at the earliest, from the 12th April 2021 and the Hotel (Including Food and Beverage) will be open, at the earliest from 17th May 2021.