Best European restaurants nearby. Discover the best European food in Portreath. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for European restaurants near you.. Portreath is a civil parish, village and fishing port on the north coast of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village is about three miles northwest of Redruth.
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4 based on 329 reviews
The Terrace Bar & Restaurant is open to everyone, every day from 10am until late for everything from coffee to lunches, afternoon tea, drinks and dinner with a side of sea views. With decking and a conservatory with a retractable roof for sun drenched day
Well it would have been an excellent view if it hadn’t been raining heavily! But that aside, we had a table in the outside terrace ( don’t worry it is enclosed so you won’t get wet) and we were happy with the service and the food. The chairs were a little hard but providing a blanket at each table for cold legs etc is a nice touch.We all chose fish and chips and were not disappointed. It was busy but then it was raining. This restaurant is open to all but actually sits in the Gael an Mor holiday complex. Although you could walk to the beach, the walk up may be a bit ambitious for most so recommend a car. There is car park but it’s not huge.
4 based on 65 reviews
The Unicorn on the Beach is a new pub and restaurant overlooking the Porthtowan dunes and beach, set up by a team that lives for food, drink and hospitality. We offer a relaxed and beautiful space for drinks and snacks, breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner
On arriving at the Unicorn we felt the atmosphere was warm and friendly with a busy buzz even at 6pm on a Friday evening. We were very impressed with the amazing brill, perfectly cooked, the crab etc platter and the burger. We will certainly go there again and again especially as it is dog friendly tooThank you Christine for taking the time to leave your review. We're thrilled you had a great visit with us and look forward to seeing you again soon.
5 based on 98 reviews
Delicatessen coffee shop bakery and Mediterranean cafe serving Cornish foods and med foods breakfasts and lunches
great to see the ice cream fridge back and what a great selection of flavors the malaga sweet wine and raisins was absalutly adictive it wasn't as sweet as the name sugests it was clean and refreshing you could taste the wine and delight in a little burst of sweetness from the plump raisins a real must try if in Camborne, as usual the friendly welcoming staff and clean suroundings were great, and with the cooking aromas coming from the kitchen the sun shining it felt like being some where in the med give it a go you wo'nt be disapointed
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