Listed below are a few eating places which we like or have been recommended by our guests. In addition there are many other eating establishments in the locality serving very good food including locally caught fresh fish.
The Quarryman Inn; http://www.thequarryman.co.uk/
Just 5 mins walk or 2 mins in the car along the quiet road from Elba B&B. Family run business, they consistently receive accolades in the Good Pub guide. Their 3 course menu has something for everyone whether it’s fresh local fish, a meat with vegetable meal or prime Cornish sizzling steak; vegetarian specials available and a traditional roast on Sundays.
Bridge Bistro; http://www.bridgebistro.co.uk/
Situated next to the Old Bridge in the centre of the market town of Wadebridge and run by husband and wife team Philip and Vicky Wilson. Head Chef Phil’s ethos is to use seasonal, local produce and to make as much as possible from scratch to enhance the flavours of his food.
Warne’s Bar and Restaurant; http://www.warnesbarandrestaurant.co.uk/
Located in Polmorla Mews, behind the Town Hall in the heart of Wadebridge. A family friendly, casual dining restaurant with no dress code just good food locally sourced. Mostly modern British food with a few international influences and modern twists.
The Stepping Stone; https://www.facebook.com/TheSteppingStoneWadebridge/
Located in Polmorla Road, Wadebridge. Ryan and Trudie brought their experience from restaurants in Polzeath and Rock and opened this friendly, intimate bistro in Wadebridge town centre in late summer 2016.
The Ship Inn; http://www.shipinnwadebridge.co.uk/
The Ship Inn is one of the oldest pubs in the town located on Gonvena Hill. A comfortable and welcoming environment offering local ales and freshly cooked locally sourced food with seasonal daily specials.
The Dancing Taipan; http://www.dancingtaipan.co.uk/
Located on The Platt in Wadebridge, next to the Regal Cinema. Serving traditional Cantonese and Oriental dishes. Special deals available on Wednesday and Sunday evenings.
The Maltsters Arms; https://www.facebook.com/TheMaltstersChapelAmble/
A traditional village inn in Chapel Amble just off the A39 on the outskirts of Wadebridge.The Maltsters is a "community owned" pub with traditional restaurant serving a tasty selection of snacks at lunchtime;a full extensive menu is served in the restaurant area. A popular carvery is available on Sundays.
Indian Restaurants; We have 2 Indian restaurants in the town centre.
The Raj Bar & Restaurant; http://www.therajwadebridge.co.uk/
Sagor Indian Restaurant; http://www.sagor.co.uk/
Where to eat