Cafes

5/5

Cafes are an important part of any holiday. When you’re having fun but you have to eat it’s important that you don’t waste valuable time scouring menus or reviews to decide where you will have your lunch. There are dozens of great cafes in Newquay and you would be very unlucky to find a bad one. These are just a few that we like they are very different in character but they all have good food.

Paulines Creamery

5/5
newquay cafes
newquay cafes

Homemade cakes and baguettes are our favourite here. We take them back for an afternoon tea at the apartment or on Killacourt. The cafe upstairs has pasties, toasties and jacket potatoes if you want to eat in. Just round the corner on Bank St.

Thanks to Pauline’s Creamery for the images

Wet Dog Pizza Co.

5/5
newquay cafes
newquay cafes

What can I say? Its great pizza, try 20″ if you think you can handle it, fun and friendly atmosphere. It’s very dog friendly with a dog pizza and dog beer. Games available again dog and human options. The notice says children on leads welcome but I don’t think they enforce the rule if the kids behave. Vegan and gluten free friendly and no lead restriction! If you have your dog with you and you are not hungry then we recommend walking on the other side of the road, our dog won’t let us pass.

Thanks to Wet Dog Pizza for the images

Sprout

5/5
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newquay cafes

Go out the back gate and turn left you won’t miss it.
Sprout is a vegetarian health food shop, coffee shop, and micro cafe. That is the short description the full one would take far too long! Go in and see for yourself, there are usually lots of things going on. You don’t have to be vegetarian to enjoy this place but it may raise questions about all our eating habits. They do one hot dish every day that is well worth trying either at the communal table or as a take away.
This is definitely one of the healthier cafes in Newquay.
You have to try the bread and the cakes.

Thanks to Sprout for the images