Cornwall | England – Where to eat with a View

There is nothing like a bright and sunny day in Cornwall where the water turns turquoise green. This post is about taking that view with some tasty food. Here is list that covers from breakfast to dinner with some scenic beauty that Cornwall has to offer. An additional bonus is that you can cover them all in a day while you take in the sights.

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Breakfast

A full English breakfast at Godolphin Arms Restaurant with a view of St Michael’s Mount. By the time you finish your breakfast and cuppa it would be time for low tide you could just walk to the mount. I would recommend booking in advance to reserve the best table in the house.

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Godolphin Arms Restaurant Website – West End | Godolphin Arms, Marazion TR17 0EN, England

Lunch

A small café called Chapel Rock near St Michael’s Mount to take in the elevated view. A perfect spot for light lunch on your way back from the mount, they have a range of locally sourced food.

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Chapel Rock Café Website – Kings Road, Marazion TR17 0EJ, England

Afternoon Tea

What would be a visit to Cornwall without Cornish cream teas; I got that covered here at Minack Theatre with paradise view of Porthcurno beach.

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The Minack Theatre Website –  Porthcurno, Penzance TR19 6JU

Dinner

The dinner is  a fine dining experience at The Alba Restaurant and Bar Old Lifeboat House just to wrap the day with view of St Ives Harbour watching the sun go down and the boats arriving inland. I would recommend booking at the restaurant as it gets really busy.

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The Alba Restaurant and Bar Old Lifeboat House Website – Wharf Road Saint Ives Cornwall TR26 1LF England

Note: This is not a sponsored post. All view are mine. Images ~ ©Nessy Samuel All rights reserved

Viento | The Coffee Whisperer – Watford | Review

Viento, An Artisan Coffee Roaster and café located a short walk from Watford Junction. It is perfect for commuters just to grab and go; a hangout to meet people, a quaint little spot to do some writing.

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The café is laid back and the space has been carefully decorated with different kind of seating, outdoor seating is also available when the weather is good. You are also surrounded by everything related to coffee. When I walked up to the till to place the order I was not only welcomed by barista but a micro –roaster now you know why this little place is special. It is such a rare sight where a cosy café has a onsite micro-roaster. While you have your coffee you can even buy some coffee beans roasted onsite to take it home with you.

The coffee beans are carefully sourced from around the world. Being a tea drinker I was feeling bit confused with so many varieties of coffee beans and brew techniques. The barista was very helpful in sorting out the brew after a quick chat.

 

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They not only have great coffee but equally amazing avocado toast and toasties.

It is fair to say that I loved the service here that I returned so many times not just to drink coffee but to enjoy the equally delicious avocado toast. I know what you are thinking yes I cheated on my cuppa can you blame me. But fear not it always my beloved tea everywhere else and always coffee at Viento.

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If you don’t live near Watford and would like to try the coffee at home you can order the coffee via Viento Coffee Company’s website . The coffee beans are seasonal which changes through  the year.

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Note: This is not a sponsored post and the views are my own.