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Restaurants in Newquay Cornwall

Restaurant Menu Background


We source the best local ingredients possible to create classic  dishes that echo the beach life on our doorstep as well as some global dishes with inspiring flavours from around the world. We change our specials monthly, so our menu is up-to-the-minute with the freshest seasonal produce supplied by local fishermen and farmers.

We serve Cornish breakfast 8am–11am, and our main menu from midday–10pm.

Let’s Celebrate

While our menu celebrates the abundance of excellent local ingredients, the Lewinnick Lodge is also the perfect place for your own personal celebration.

Whether you’re looking for a pub in Newquay for a post-surf pint, or a cosy hangout after a windswept walk along the coast path, the ‘Lodge’ is a casual venue fit for any occasion. If you want to celebrate a birthday, anniversary or throw a family get together, we can add decoration to your table, light the candles, and cater for the dietary requirements of all your guests.

Along with this, our spacious boutique hotel rooms will make your stay in Newquay even more special!

And, when you’re done with drinking and dining in one of the best restaurants in Newquay, we’re just a pebble’s throw from the nightlife of Cornwall’s thriving surf capital.

Signature Dishes Background

Signature dishes

Think polenta crusted squid, steamed Cornish mussels and lamb rump

From burgers to bowls full to the brim with mussels, our signature dishes are long-standing brasserie favourites that fit perfectly with living near the sea.

Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan or just have particular tastes, we can cater for all your dietary requirements. We offer gluten-free bread and have at least one gluten-free option on our daily menu. Call us on 01637 878117 to discuss your requirements.

Producers Background

Producers & Suppliers


The key to making The Lodge one of the best places to eat in Newquay, Cornwall is stocking our larder with the best Cornish produce available. We’re fortunate to be surrounded by some of the UK’s finest foodie suppliers, so each month we present a trio of local food heroes:


Trewithen Dairy

“Dairy farmers Rachel and Bill Clarke began processing milk and cream and delivering it to local shops more than 20 years ago. Now joined by sons Francis and George and a staff of 150 people, the ‘Trewithen family’ produce delicious milk, cream, butter and yogurt from the milk of 25 herds within 25 miles of their dairy, in the beautiful Glynn Valley.

Trewithen Dairy is a true Cornish success story”.

For more details, see:  www.trewithendairy.co.uk


Matthew Stevens

The Matthew Stevens fresh fish wholesaler and fishmonger has been operating from St Ives since 1948. Today, the family business still delivers the highest quality fresh fish and seafood.

The business is also devoted to promoting the benefits of fresh fish and sustainable produce, and, using traceable means, continue to make a positive impact on the environment and the community.

For more details, see: Matthew Stevens Cornish Fish


M Yates & Sons

Cornwall-based M Yates & Sons have been specialist butchers since 1979 and pride themselves in not just the meat products, but the complete story, right down to the end consumer enjoying their meal.

Their bespoke cuts and products compliment each unique style of kitchen and have become a key part of the Lewinnick Lodge menu.

For more details, see: M Yates & Sons


Sharp's Brewery

Based on the north Cornwall coast, Sharp’s Brewery are proud to bring together the best of brewing heritage, merging simple craftsmanship with complex knowledge.

With a mission that has always been to make quality beer, Sharp’s are a small group of passionate brewers now serving a tasty collection of beers and cider.

For more details, see: Sharp’s Brewery


Berkmann wine cellars

The largest family-owned and family-run wine importer in the UK. Today, the company is headed up by second-generation family member Rupert Berkmann.

For more details, see: www.berkmann.co.uk

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