5 of the best beach side restaurants in Cornwall to visit for your Easter Sunday roast

Posted by Select Cornwall

on 21/03/2024

5 best rated Cornish seaside restaurants offering delicious Easter Sunday Roasts


1 The Beach House, Widemouth

Known as North Cornwall’s Venue on the Beach, Widemouth Bay serves award winning ‘roast on the coasts’ in real style. With a laid back beach bar ambiance (you can even sit in the sand with a cocktail), but more importantly, sensational food and friendly service. Booking is absolutely essential here! The restaurant literally sits on, and connects to Widemouth Bay and endless stretches of golden sand. Perfectly positioned along the rugged coastline of North Cornwall, Widemouth Bay welcomes families seeking a quintessential seaside getaway with lots of cafes and amenities close by. Plus, Widemouth and Bude are a surfers haven!   


2 The Port William, Trebarwith

Based above another surfers paradise, The Port William is situated just above to craggy rocks and inlet at the enchanting Trebarwith, Tintagel, so you can enjoy stunning views of the waves crashing below whilst you eat. If you are lucky enough to be around Tintagel the Easter weekend, they also have live music on on Good Friday with Callum Flew. Steeped in history, this iconic establishment traces its roots back through centuries of coastal tradition. Originally built to serve weary travellers and sailors, the Port William has evolved into a beloved gathering place for locals and visitors.

3 Pandora Inn, Mylor

Stepping into the Pandora, you are effortlessly transported into another era. Situated on the picturesque edge of Restronguet Creek, its setting remains timeless. Some sections of this historic inn trace their origins back to the 13th century, and as you wander through its halls, with flagstone floors, low-beamed ceilings, and a thatched roof, it's easy to envision little alteration since its early days. Based to nearby Truro and Falmouth, with a beautiful pontoon stretching over the still estuary, with views around the surrounding countryside. If you’re lucky, you may even be able to sit outside to eat this Easter Sunday! The Pandora is an award-winning pub, Chef John uses fresh seasonal ingredients, plus there’s an extensive wine list and locally sourced real ales. The Sunday roast carvery consists of Topside of Beef, Honey Roasted Gammon or Roast Pork, with perfectly roasted potatoes, seasonal vegetables a Yorkshire pudding and gravy. There is also a nut roast available for vegetarians.

4 The Greenbank, Falmouth

Enjoy a special celebration this Easter Sunday 31st March at the waters edge in Falmouth. At The Greenbank, you will enjoy honest food made with top notch ingredients. This is a cosy pub restaurant with beautiful views and good Cornish hospitality. The menu boasts Shellfish terrine and Confit duck spring rolls for starters amongst other offerings, and either Roast of spring lamb, Charred asparagus, white feta, roast butternut and sweet potato, or Butter roast chicken breast. These dishes will be served alongside the restaurants usual offerings of fresh local fish. 


5 Catch, Mawgan Porth

Known for its excellent location on the beachfront at Mawgan Porth, Newquay, serving amazing roasts and fresh catch from the Cornish seas. Picture succulent meats, perfectly roasted and served with all the trimmings, accompanied by crisp, golden roast potatoes and vibrant seasonal vegetables. Whether you're a local resident or a visitor exploring Cornwall's delights, Catch promises an unforgettable Easter feast that marries traditional flavours with coastal charm.