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
Gelato in Newquay? Opening in 2016, Delicious make their ice-cream and Italian gelato on-site in Newquay. Homemade and nearly 20 fresh flavours.
Open all year round, 7 days/week. Italian diner with homemade hot meals, cakes, desserts, Italian gelato and ice-cream.
Based at 34 Cliff Road, you’ll find Delicious close to the Railway Station and opposite the Great Western Hotel/Maharajah indian restaurant.
The Dolphin is the oldest trading restaurant in Newquay, having been established for over 70 years. Formerly known as Ye Olde Dolphin, the restaurant is located on Fore Street, to the left of the public car park. The current owners took over in 2013.
Food served: Weds-Saturday 6-9pm (10pm Fri/Sat) and 12-4pm on Sundays.
Address: 39-41 Fore Street, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1HD
Fifteen Cornwall is based at Watergate Bay, overlooking the beach just two miles north of Newquay. Opened and operated by Jamie Oliver, TV chef, Fifteen Cornwall provides high quality culinary experiences to diners who want the best.
Booking well ahead is advisable as this popular restaurant can be booked for months ahead, although they do have a “last minute” booking system on their website for today/tomorrow, so if somebody’s cancelled you might get lucky!
Although this is Jamie Oliver’s restaurant, he doesn’t actually “work” there, so you are unlikely to spot him; however, as it’s the haunt of celebs, if you’re into your celeb spotting you might stumble across somebody “properly famous” sitting at the next table.
The restaurant floor is stepped so that all tables have a good view of the beach.
There’s a choice of menus, including the popular “Tasting Menu”. The menu changes frequently, so if you’re a repeat customer there’s always something fresh to try. All ingredients are local produce where possible. Fifteen Cornwall is open seven days a week, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast is served from 8.30am-10am.
Parking is provided in the car park adjoining the beach.
Address: On the beach, Watergate Bay, Cornwall TR8 4AA
The griffin Inn, Newquay cooks up a lovely carvery. The carvery is available every Sunday lunchtime and Sunday evening – and also Thursday evenings.
Carvery Served Sundays: 12-3pm and 6–9.30pm
Carvery Served Thursdays: 6-9.30pm
The Carvery Menu includes a choice of meats including roast beef, cooked ham and an additional third which varies between lamb, pork and turkey. There’s a selection of vegetables sourced from local suppliers in Cornwall and you get three varieties of potatoes: roast potatoes, boiled potatoes and dauphinoise
The Griffin also has meal deals and regular menus available seven days a week.
Address: The Griffin, Cliff Road, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1SP
The Indian Summer indian restaurant and takeaway is close to the Tourist Information Office. They offer Indian Banquet Nights and Indian Buffet nights.
Address: 20 East Street, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 1BH
The Maharajah indian restaurant and takeaway is close to Newquay station, across the road and above Tolcarne Beach.
They offer: restaurant, takeaway, home delivery. The restaurant has a rear conservatory, with panoramic views across Newquay Bay.
Address: 39 Cliff Road, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 2NE
TripAdvisor Review: Maharajah Indian Restaurant in Newquay
Odds Restaurant’s an odd restaurant! Nestled on the outskirts of Cubert village, in the hillside, Odds – The Restaurant was opened by Adam Coad to create a purpose-built restaurant to share his passion for fine food and wine. Opening times are seasonal, so check before you go that they’re open.
All the tables have spectacular views overlooking his conservation award-winning Ellenglaze Farm, Penhale dunes and out to the Atlantic Ocean at Holywell Bay.
Odds use local Cornish produce as far as possible, with the beef and lamb having grazed on the conservation land of their farm. Game, when in season, comes from their own shoot. Honey is from their own hives. Fish are landed locally. Crab and Lobsters are caught by Fern Pit Cafe a mile along the coast. Vegetables and salads are grown locally. Local Cornish wine is available.
Odds Restaurant is not open all year round, so phone first to see if they have vacancies.
Odds is available for hire as a Wedding Reception Venue, with a capacity of 80 people and prices starting at £25/head.
Main Course Prices 2013: £16-24. All desserts £6.50
Accessibility: The restaurant has wheelchair access via a lift from the lobby to the dining area.
Address: Holywell Road, Holywell, Cornwall. Go through Cubert village and as you past the last house it’s another 100-200 yards to the left hand turn that brings you back round into the field where the restaurant sits. There is a sign on the roadside when it’s open.
Last checked May 2016