Discover Asian fusion, Cornish cuisine at its finest. Head chef Jude Kereama looks to serve his diners with local, fresh produce with an oriental twist. The restaurant is situated on The Harbour Head in Porthleven in a charming, traditional buiding.

If you fancy something a little lighter with the family, Kota Kai is the perfect option. Opened in 2011 this bistro-style restaurant sits on the top floor of The Celtic House with unobscured views across the harbour.

Kota Restaurant, Harbour Head, Porthleven, TR13 9JA

t: 01326 562407


Overlooking the harbour of Porthleven, this branch of the notorious seafood restaurant delivers in food and location.

For lunch, be sure to try his famous cod and chips with tartare sauce. For an evening meal, in the more intimate atmosphere of this rustic gem, enjoy ‘fresh fish and seafood at its very best’.

Mount pleasant, Porthleven, TR13 9JS


Stop off at this hipster café for a coffee that has been exclusively sourced. Origins coffee company have travelled the globe to find top quality beans which they roast and transport directly to their locations, of which The Brew House is the flagship.

20 Chapel Street, Penzance, TR18 4AW

t: 01736 339414


Perfect for lunch, dinner and especially Sunday roast, overlooking the harbour of Porthleven this relaxed restaurant serves up simplistic, Cornish food done well.

‘Seasonal strawberries, tasty Cornish cheeses, fish plucked from the salty waters of Mount’s Bay within a few miles of the restaurant. At Amélies, we pride ourselves on using the very finest local suppliers and produce — and we’re spoilt for choice in Cornwall’.

Enter into an evening of entertainment at one of their Summer Sessions, where music featuring jazz, bluegrass, swing, soul and more accompanies your scenic dinner.

Amélies, Breageside, Porthleven, TR13 9JS 

t: 01736 653653


Located a 15 minute drive from Praa sands, Ben’s Cornish Kitchen is a creative but classy bistro-style restaurant on the main street in Marazion. Sourcing local meat and fish Ben serves up interesting interpretations of classic dishes. As Jay Raynor observes for The Guardian:

‘It takes me a moment to work out that a salad of a whipped gorgonzola mousse with salted caramel walnuts, spherified beads of apple and gin, pickled grapes and celery is a deconstructed Waldorf. This, alongside the occasional outbreak of slates as serving plates, is about as cutting edge as Ben’s gets. But it works. The pleasing old-shoe whiff of the cheese plays catch-up with the sweet-salt of the nuts and the sour of the grapes. It’s a Waldorf in tottering Louboutins’.

This restaurant will take you on a culinary exploration that will leave you both satisfied and excited.

Ben’s Cornish Kitchen, West End, Marazion, TR17 OEL

t: 01736 719200