One of the main attractions of Lewinnick Lodge is its location, high on the rocky Pentire Headland, overlooking Fistral bay. When the sun sets over the Atlantic, the whole restaurant is bathed in orange light. It is popular and busy, so you need to book but the atmosphere and service is modern, friendly and informal. If the wind is calm you can take your aperitif on the terrace or you can watch the waves from the extensive bar area. The menu is quite extensive with a proper Cornish emphasis on fish and locally sourced food. Such is the range on offer that we were able to choose a variety of different fish : mackerel, prawns, sea bass and sole for starter and main course. The fish was accompanied by interesting sauces and vegetables. The wine list has plenty of options to suit your wallet and food. The range of deserts is varied: from the delicate to the hearty. We've eaten at a number of restaurants on the Cornish coast and feel that for a combination of atmosphere, view, food and value, this is hard to beat.
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