Marazion, home of St Michael’s Mount, is the perfect place for a Cornish holiday. But where is the best place to eat out? Marazion has a wide range of restaurants, pubs and cafés, as well as take away options. Here is a guide to just a few of our favourite places to eat out in at this magical town...
The Copper Spoon
A charming, Cornish café, The Copper Spoon offers classic comfort food, delectable cakes and exciting twists on old favourites. Expect to indulge in local produce and even homemade syrups for hot chocolates and ice creams! With extensive vegetarian and vegan options, as well as being dog-friendly, this is the perfect place to stop and grab a bite to eat after a day exploring Marazion and the surrounding area.
The Fire Engine Inn
With stunning views and a cosy interior, The Fire Engine Inn is an excellent family-friendly pub. Serving fresh, local produce, indulge in a delicious selection of food and drink. Dogs are welcome here so after a morning walk retire here for lunch, with the option to either sit in or take away available. The Fire Engine also hosts live music events, so be sure to keep an eye on their website to find out about events taking place.
Chapel Rock Café
This beach café serves up a wide selection of tasty grub from Newlyn crab sandwiches to traditional Cornish pasties. Enjoy one of their delicious coffees while enjoying the views of St Michael’s Mount from their upstairs lounge, or have it to go and experience the mount up-close. Yards from Marazion beach, Chapel Rock Café is the ideal place to grab lunch while spending the day soaking up the sun.
Godolphin Arms arguably boasts one of the best beer gardens in Cornwall, with its terrace overlooking St Michael’s Mount. It also has a glass extension that offers panoramic views of the mount, making it the perfect place to relax after a day on the beach. You’ll find a selection of local ales on tap to indulge in, as well as a wide range of good quality food.
The Coldstreamer, Gulval
Although not strictly in Marazion, The Coldstreamer is too good to miss off the list. Located about 4 miles west of Marazion, this country, family-run pub is tucked away in the tiny village of Gulval and offers local ales along with exceptional food. The staff here are friendly and the stylish interior provides a great atmosphere for a relaxing evening meal. Just make sure to book ahead to avoid disappointment!
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If you’re staying in Marazion itself, or fancy a day trip to this historic market town, check out our blog post on Things to do at Marazion beach, for ideas on how to spend your day.