Reviews on Pizza food in St Mawes, England, United Kingdom. St Mawes (Cornish: Lannvowsedh) is a small town opposite Falmouth, on the Roseland Peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It lies on the east bank of the Carrick Roads, a large waterway created after the Ice Age from an ancient valley which flooded as the melt waters caused the sea level to rise dramatically, creating an immense natural harbour, often claimed to be the third largest in the world. It was once a busy fishing port, but the trade declined during the 20th century and it now serves as a popular tourist location, with many properties in the town functioning as holiday accommodation. The town is in the civil parish of St Just in Roseland.
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5 based on 298 reviews
Relaxed dining beside The Moor in the heart of Falmouth. Independently run bistro, offering freshly prepared, homemade pizza, pasta, Cornish seafood and home made ice-creams. Lunchtime snacks to take away include homemade focaccia and deep base pizzas. A
This place is delightful. Small family run atmosphere with professional service and great food. We booked a table and glad we did because it was busy. Clean and pretty with nicely presented drinks and starters. Pizzas were some of the best we have had outside Italy. Well done Mangia you are winning
4 based on 502 reviews
Lovely bar overlooking the harbour. We both had the cider paddle board and enjoyed the tasting. Staff and atmosphere very chilled and welcoming. We both ended up having a pizza too which was one of the best weâve had! Hi! Thanks so much for the lovely review, glad that you enjoyed your experience and that you liked our pizza so much!
4 based on 102 reviews
Handmade wood fired pizza! Fresh dough, fresh ingrediants and outstanding flavour. Free delivery.
On Tuesday night we collected takeaway pizza from Brothers. The triple cheese was truly the best cheese pizza EVER, the addition of gorgonzola is a masterstroke.EVERYONE should try these gorgeous proper homemade pizzas, you will never go back to a pizza chain!
4 based on 694 reviews
At Zizzi we like to do things a little differently. We donât do over-complicated recipes or scrimpy portion sizes. Weâre all about the well-chosen ingredients, simply put together to make exceptional Italian food.Falmouth Bay and the Maritime Museum are b
Attended Zizzi for a meal before seeing a show and it was lovely. Used an online code to have 3 courses from a set menu for Â£16 (ish) and was not disappointed. Lots of choice for all three courses and very good portions - do not eat beforehand!! Highly recommended with views across harbour and helpful staff.
3 based on 515 reviews
The food was nice and well presented, puddings were good too. However weâre asked if required condiments, Parmesan and seasoning and the guy disappeared only to serve two other tables their bills, after summoning another waitress and asking again she riled her eyes and told us this happens all the time, one dish was slightly burnt otherwise tasty. Puddings were good.
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