Dining Out in Bude
Bude has a plethora of quality restaurants and eateries to offer you during your stay in our North Cornwall Paradise. This page contains a small selection
Widemouth Manor Hotel – 01288 361207 – good local hotel/pub/restaurant offering excellent food specialising in seafood. Situated at the furthermost edge of Widemouth Bay – www.brocksmoorhotel.co.uk
Life’s A Beach – 01288 355222 – excellent fish restaurant overlooking Summerleaze Bay – www.lifesabeach.info
Elements – 01288 352386 – contemporary English with emphasis on fresh, west country ingredients. Fabulous views over Widemouth Bay. www.elements-life.co.uk
Bay View Inn – 01288 361273 – award winning freehouse overlooking the Atlantic Ocean – featured in AA Goode Food Guide 2008. www.bayviewinn.co.uk
The Falcon – 01288 352005 – canal side hotel with a choice of bar snacks or elegant a la carte dining in the Tennyson Restaurant. www.falconhotel.com
The Camelot – 01288 352361 – adjacent to golf course offering full a la carte service in their Hawker’s Restaurant. www.camelot-hotel.co.uk
The Castle Restaurant – 01288 350543 – within Sir Goldsworthy Gurney’s castle in the centre of Bude – serves morning coffees, lunches and dinner. www.thecastlerestaurantbude.co.uk
The Tree Inn – 01288 352038 – historic inn situated in village of Stratton. Real Ale, folk evenings, Sunday carvery not too be missed. Bar snacks and formal dining room. www.treeinn.co.uk
Brendon Arms – 01288 354542 – two large bars, beer garden, George’s Grill offering traditional pub grub – children’s menu and locally caught fish on offer. www.cornwall-online.co.uk/brendonarms
Tiandi – 01288 359686 – fine Asian dining bringing to life a menu of oriental delights. www.tiandi.co.uk
Mirchi – 01288 350300 – traditional Indian restaurant.
The Weir, Marhamchurch – 01288 361215 – lovely venue at the end of a good canal walk from Bude.
KJs – takeaway kebabs/pizzas – 01288 355879 – free local delivery with sufficient spend
There are fish and chip restaurants in Bude serving, good quality food and of course there are a couple of Cornish pasty shops