Ate here whilst staying in the town. Excellent cooking and friendly staff. Made a second booking before we left, as we enjoyed our meal so much. Would highly recommend.
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I visited on a Saturday night in June with a friend I was staying with. It was excellent. A small menu but I thinks that's a good things as each dish was really well thought out and uses local ingredients and suppliers. The wine list...More
Having a mini break near Lostwithiel, came across Asquith's restaurant in North Street, Lostwithiel. Luckily my wife and I were able to have a table for two. On entering the restaurant immediately the pleasant ambiance took over.The background music, the decor, was clean and fresh...More
We feel so blessed at having this excellent restaurant in our town. It's our 'place of choice' for a lovely meal, properly served, with each dish a 'piece of art' (daughter's comment) that tastes amazing. As we visited on one of the hottest days in...More
This was a meal for our Wedding Anniversary and we were so pleased as we really love our food and wine ! Superb meal, great wine and very relaxing, just what we wanted.
This really was one of the best dining experiences. Four of us chose a variety of dishes from the three courses of the interesting menu. Every dish was declared to be interestingly and thoughtfully composed as well as beautifully prepared. The young man serving front...More
We had visited Asquith's several times in the past so had no doubt about where we should go to celebrate our daughter's engagement with her fiancé and his parents. As usual, the menu included dishes to suit everyone's tastes and every part of the meal,...More
Heading sums it up, we had a very enjoyable meal on Saturday evening. The menu wasn't extensive, but certainly made up with variety of items for all tastes and an extensive wine list. Services was attentive and friendly, although this isn't somewhere to come for...More
Went here after browsing through reviews and were not disappointed . This is a nicely set out restaurant which does not put on airs and graces like so many, but serves some of the best food we have tasted. The service was excellent, and although...More
Lostwithiel has been undergoing some welcome improvements recently, and whilst Asquiths has been open since 2011, this has been my first chance to eat there. The restaurant offered a fairly complex menu based around local Cornish produce enlivened with a fusion of Mediterranean and Eastern...More