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The Old Coast Guard Hotel
The restaurant at The Old Coastguard Hotel in Mousehole has an airy, Mediterranean feel. By virtue of its having been a coastguard station, it has the very best views over Mount’s Bay – fact. The modern décor makes the most of the views, with smart, neutral colours, light wood floor, leather seating, white table linens, seaside-coloured modern art and rather enormous windows. The award-winning restaurant has a strong leader in chef Barnaby Mason. The menu makes full use of local sourcing without being doctrinaire, and consistently exceeds expectations with its seasonally-changing, modern British cooking focused on seafood. In summer, the sunny terrace in subtropical gardens with its stupendous vista may well be the loveliest place in Britain.
Address: The Parade , Mousehole
Price range: £35 and under
Cuisines: Other

The Bakehouse Restaurant
Penzance’s Bakehouse Restaurant is a real Cornish gem, not to mention something of a surprise. In amongst the twee Cornwall tourist traps The Bakehouse stands out as a venue for the modern, young and funky. With an uber-contemporary interior, all stainless steel, clubby atmosphere and blocks of bright colour, The Bakehouse also offers the holy grail of seaside dining – the terrace, perfect for al fresco summer meals. Using the best Cornish produce Chef Andy Carr, well known in the area, fuses the traditional British with summery Mediterranean and International influences so it’s bangers and mash on a cold winter’s evening but locally caught fresh fish on a sunny August afternoon.
Address: Old Bakehouse Lane , Chapel Street
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
Cuisines: Thai, European

The Bay Restaurant
The Bay Restaurant offers tranquil dining in a spacious, airy and stylish modern setting with a noticeably amiable atmosphere. Gaze out upon Mount’s Bay and over rooftops towards Penzance harbour as you are served regional and modern European cuisine by knowledgeable staff always on hand to help you choose the best of the local fish on offer (caught off nearby Newlyn) from their seasonal, ever changing menu, in which all meats and dairy produce are from local farms and vegetables and herbs are grown specially for The Bay. Wash down your meal with wine from all over the world – including Cornwall itself. The Bay restaurant is child friendly up until 7.30pm.
Address: Britons Hill
Price range: £25 - £34