Restaurants

Top Choice Modern British in The Northern Moor

St Tudy Inn

Run by the locally lauded chef Emily Scott, this first-rate village pub has fast become one of East Cornwall's top dining destinations. The old pub has been stripped down and smartened up, and Scott's imaginative fo…
Top Choice Pub Food in Central & Eastern Moor

Rising Sun

Posh pub grub and cracking ales from nearby Penpont Brewery are reason enough to visit this 500-year-old inn. It's one of the top places to eat in this corner of the moor, so make sure you book ahead for a table. Yo…
Top Choice Cafe in Bodmin

Woods Cafe

In an old woodsman's cottage lost among the trees of Cardinham, this cracking cafe has become a dining destination in its own right – it's locally famous for its home-baked cakes, cockle-warming soups and sausage sa…
Cafe in Central & Eastern Moor

Food@Cowslip

On an old farm just outside Launceston, this homely organic cafe operates alongside craft workshops, and serves delicious farm-style lunches, from a huge ploughman's platter to smoked mackerel salad (the cream tea i…
Pub Food in The Northern Moor

Old Inn

The main claim to fame of this village pub is that it's the highest in Cornwall (at around 720ft), and supposedly has a heritage that dates back to the 11th century. These days it's mostly a village hang-out: the we…
Cafe in The Northern Moor

Hilltop Farm Shop

Take your pick from the Cornish fudge, pasties and cheeses in the farm shop, or settle in for scones in the attached tearoom. Staff will also pack you a hamper stuffed with goodies, all with Cornish credentials. It'…
Cafe in Bodmin

Camel Trail Tea Garden

This idyllic garden tearoom is a favourite for long-distance cyclists on the Camel Trail: it's near the station at Boscarne Junction, and serves muscle-sustaining grub – from sticky cakes to hot paninis and pasties,…
Pub Food in The Southern Moor

Crows Nest Inn

Whitewashed walls, a roaring fire and a low-beamed interior make this 16th-century inn a welcome refuge when the moorland weather sets in, especially on Sunday for the generous roast. It's owned by St Austell Brewer…