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MIchelin Star Places to Eat in North Cornwall

Michelin Star Restaurants You Can Visit

We write about restaurants a lot, Cornwall is home to hundreds of incredible restaurants and recently many of them have been honoured with a Michelin Star. Michelin is actually a French tire company that has been publishing the Michelin guide books since 1900. They offer 1, 2 or 3 stars to a restaurant based on the quality of the ingredients, the harmony of flavours, the mastery of techniques, the personality of the chef, and the consistency of the menu.

Here are some featured restaurants which are easy to get to from Helsbury.

Outlaws New Road  – Port Isaac

Nathan Outlaw has opened many a restaurant in Cornwall and the locals couldn’t be happier to welcome him here. His incredible skill with seafood makes Cornwall the perfect place for his restaurants as you can eat beautiful, fresh, Cornish seafood whilst looking out over the beautiful Cornish coast. This restaurant has been awarded a Michelin Star.

Port Isaac is about 20 minutes from Helsbury, the perfect place for an evening out.

Paul Ainsworth at No 6  – Padstow

Paul Ainsworth is known for taking a traditional classic and putting a modern spin on it. All of the tables have a view of the kitchen and diners are encouraged to come in a speak to the chefs after their meal giving the restaurant a friendly and transparent vibe. This restaurant has been awarded a Michelin Star.

Padstow is about 30 minutes from Helsbury, ideal for a day trip.

Rick Stein’s Café  – Padstow

If you want a good meal, Padstow is the place to go. Rick Stein and his family have had restaurants in Cornwall for 45 years and we hope they don’t go anywhere. Their incredible seafood and cosy café overlooking Padstow harbour make the perfect combination for a fantastic meal out.

North Cornwall is a food lovers paradise with many excellent restaurants along the coast and inland. Look out for up and coming places like The St Kew Inn, classic Cornish gastro pubs like The St Tudy Inn or beach front pubs like the Coombe Barton at Crackington Haven.