Food & Drink
The Barrow Boys Beach Bakery is on the promenade at Towan Beach, in front of the Blue Reef Aquarium (used to be the Sealife Centre).
It’s blue/white and looks like a huge beach hut, just beside the old-fashioned viewer.
This cabin that sells baked goods on Towan Beach provides: Cornish Pasties, Sausage Rolls, Sandwiches, Home made Cakes, Cream Teas, Snacks & Fruit, Hot & Cold Beverages.
Towan Promenade, Newquay, TR7 1DU
Benny & Jerry’s is a national chain restaurant serving Italian and American comfort-food classics in a family-friendly atmosphere.
Right in the centre of Newquay, Benny & Jerry’s opened in April 2014.
Indoor and outdoor seating, with sea views across to Newquay Harbour
Opening Times: 9am to 11pm Monday to Saturday; 9am to 10.30pm Sundays.
Address: The Ark, East Street, Newquay, TR7 1DN – where the old Newquay bus station used to be, adjacent to Killacourt.
Breaks Restaurant was a seaview restaurant, located on the beach at Tolcarne, Newquay. They closed down in October 2016 as the site will be redeveloped as a new hotel.
You can now catch up with the owners at their new restaurant, called “Catch” at Mawgan Porth, just a few miles north of Newquay on the coast road.
Steak & seafood bar close to the Railway Station and Great Western Beach.
Fresh, local produce produced on site daily. Early bird specials.
Opened in 2005, open seven days a week.
No on-site car park. Parking can be found on local streets, or the public car parks at Newquay Station.
Address: 26 Cliff Road, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 2ND
Callestick Farm is a working family farm between Truro and Newquay, that has been producing Cornish ice-cream since 1989.
Come and watch the ice cream being made! Custom built visitors’ viewing gallery.
Callestick Farm is free to visit and there is a free on-site car park with a collection of farm animals, some rare breeds, including various breeds of chickens and pigs, a shire horse and sometimes calves or heifers too.
There is a visitors viewing gallery so you can look down on Sebastian and his team in the ice cream factory making and packing the ice cream, where you’ll see tubs of ice-cream being filled by hand. Ice cream is not made 24/7, it is made depending on the season and orders received, but there is always something to watch in the visitors’ gallery. A DVD runs in the viewing gallery throughout the day, to give you an insight into how the farm is run and how ice cream is made.
The Callestick Farm shop and tearoom serve snacks, light lunches, cream teas, hot and cold drinks and, of course, the best ice cream you’ll ever taste.
Accessibility: There is disabled access to all facilities apart from the viewing gallery unfortunately, which due to it’s birds eye view, does have some steeps steps to climb.
Address: Callestick Farm, Callestick, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 9LL
The Cod End fish and chip shop is close to Newquay Station and alongside Aldi.
Offering the full, traditional, range of fish and chip suppers, there are tables inside and out if you want to sit down and eat your fish and chips – although I’d suggest you take them outside to sit on the benches at Aldi and enjoy the al fresco experience with beach view, although there are sea views from inside if you can get a seat at the rear.
Address: 9 Cliff Road, Newquay TR7 2NE
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Cornish Cream is a family business who have been in business since 1968.
They offer a range of Cornish Cream based gift prodcts, including Cornish Clotted Cream, luxury Cornish Hampers, Cornish Lust, Dream and Nevek Liqueur, Haymakers Scrumpy and Cornish Sunset.
A great range of high quality gifts for yourself, or to take home to family and friends. If you’re looking for what some term “a decent gift” for somebody, then this is the shop for you.
Address: 29 Bank Street, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1DH
Cornish Yarg, a a Cornish semi-hard cheese made from grass-rich milk and wrapped in stinging nettles or wild garlic. Cornish Yarg is handmade on Lynher Farm near Truro, having moved from Launceston in 2006 as they needed larger premises.
The natural rinds help the cheeses mature and impart flavour, producing a delicate, mushroomy taste with a more crumbly texture than the slightly firmer Wild Garlic Yarg, which whispers rather than shouts its name.
Lynher Dairies is now one of the most successful makers of artisan cheese in Britain, consistently winning Gold at British and worldwide cheese shows.
In 2012 Cornish Yarg won Best English Cheese at the International Cheese Awards, and Reserve Champion at the Royal Bath and West Show.
The dairy processes 2 million litres of milk, hand picks two tonnes of nettle and wild garlic leaves from the neighbouring woodland, and produces more than 200 tonnes of cheese a year.
From April to October there are occasional Cheese Factory Tours and cheese tastings, Monday to Saturday. Contact the farm for more details as availability changes depending on the season.
Address: Lynher Dairies Cheese Company Ltd. Pengreep Dairy, Ponsanooth, Truro, West Cornwall TR3 7JQ
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Crantock bakery make genuine Cornish pasties from their bakery just outside of Newquay.
Since creating the Crantock Pasty range in a small butcher’s shop in Crantock in 1981, the company have expanded into a custom-built factory on the outskirts of Newquay and now employ over 150 people across three shifts to meet demand!
Factory: 2 Lodge Way, Indian Queens, Newquay, TR9 6TF
Telephone: 01726 861120
There’s a webcam installed at the Bowgie Inn on West Pentire that’s streaming the view live from Crantock Beach.
The Bowgie serves food and drink – and has extensive onsite parking and outside space with tables to enjoy the view. The Bowgie Inn, Crantock, Newquay, TR8 5SE
Last checked April 2017