While Portreath may be small, one thing’s for sure… you won’t go hungry! There are plenty of Portreath restaurants, all within walking distance from the beach. Here we take a look at Portreath restaurants, serving up hearty British classics!
Of course if you’re looking for a strictly Cornish classic then Portreath Bakery is ready to fulfil your pasty needs.
Another Portreath restaurant moments from Portreath Beach is The Hub. With a relaxed beachside vibe, there’s a generous selection of outdoor seating, plus a light-filled conservatory and café/bar space. On the menu you can expect to find tasty all-day breakfast options, lunch specials such as crab sandwich, or Italian lovers will appreciate the authentic stonebaked pizzas and hearty lasagne. Plus, your dog is welcome too, as it’s dog-friendly inside and out!
A family-run Portreath restaurant and bar, the Portreath Arms is moments from the beach and a great option for a traditional pub meal. With its welcoming atmosphere, for those looking for a bite to eat they are well catered for here. From much-loved British classic fish and chips, to hearty pies and tasty pasta dishes, be sure to check the daily specials out too.
The Atlantic Beach Cafe & Bar is a dog-friendly beach café. It couldn’t get much closer to the bay, so you can’t miss it next to the beach car park. With an outside terrace and light-filled indoor café, it’s fully licensed with delicious drinks and hot and cold food served all-day long.
Perhaps you’re looking for British food favourite fish and chips to enjoy overlooking the beach? Other menu highlights include a club sandwich and loaded nachos!
If you’re looking for traditional pub grub, then the Basset Arms in Portreath has plenty to offer. Praised for its welcoming atmosphere and hearty meals, this no-thrills pub isn’t a glitzy gastropub but you’ll enjoy a delicious menu which is reasonably priced, from wholesome burgers to dedicated curry nights, plus there’s a selection of quaffable drinks to wash it down.
For some sea view dining, The Terrace Bar and Restaurant at Portreath’s holiday resort Gwel an Mor serves fresh daily specials alongside a regular menu. For British classics, highlights include burgers, steaks, Cornish Offshore beer battered haddock and chips and catch of the day. Your four-legged friends are very welcome to dine here too.
Booking your self-catering holiday cottage in Portreath is a smart choice thanks to its pretty sandy beach and small harbour, making it a truly relaxing spot.