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This inn in nearby Gulval is a real corker...
This old Newlyn inn is run by talented local chef Ben Tunnicliffe, who's fast turned it into the area's primo gastropub...
For afternoon tea and crumbly cakes, there's nowhere better in Penzance than the Honey Pot, opposite the Acorn Arts Centre...
You could easily miss Ben Prior's restaurant as you zip along Marazion's main street, but you'd be sorry...
Exotic flavours of the Middle East come to sleepy Perranuthnoe courtesy of this spicy café, run by half-Afghan owner Lisa Durrani-Prior...
This traditional ice-cream maker still does things the old-fashioned way. There's only one flavour (vanilla), made with Cornish clotted cream and served in old-school wafer cones...
This glass-fronted establishment keeps changing hands, but its current guise is this streetside bistro, serving crispy fish goujons and tapas-style platters.
Down an alley off Chapel St, this no-nonsense bistro serves unpretentious food such as fish served with Med-style marinades, and steaks with spicy rubs.
Just along from Jelbert's, this upmarket deli has a good selection of cold cuts and cheeses: try the Cornish Blue and Garlic Yarg.
A wholefood cafe and health shop, serving quiches, homity pies and salads to Penzance's arty crowd.
The village's snug pub has also earned a loyal following for its food.
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