The Observer Magazine 

 

Creative seafood with breezy ocean vistas..

 

BBC Countryfile

 

Continue west along the dramatic coast road and you'll reach The View, a superb restaurant where you can enjoy the most excellent local food and, as its name suggests, sea views.

 

Western Morning News 

Top ten best places to eat this summer...

Best Sea Views..

The clue is in the name. Perched high on the clifftop in South East Cornwall, this restaurant has breathtaking ocean views. The simple, modern foodis outstandingtoo, with a menu that changes daily according to the locaal produce available. Fresh fish from Looe day boats are a speciality in the summer. Get there in time for a Pimms on the terrace.

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The Times, 

Listed in top 30 Sexy places to Eat.

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Sunday Telegraph 

"Perched high on the cliffs above Whitsand Bay near Millbrook in south-east Cornwall is this great little restaurant. They serve the best fish, all sourced from local suppliers, and I believe it's one of the finest views in the country. My perfect summer escape."

Laura Allnatts Little Black Book.

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Coast Magazine 

Jamie Oliver & Rick Stein might hog the limelight in Cornwall but we'd heard word that chef Matt Corner is one to watch. His restaurant that is aptly called The View is located high on the cliffs overlooking Whitsand Bay. An understatded chic affair, Matt Corner lets the food- and the panoramis view- do the talking, employing an array of fresh seafood and premium local ingredients. It's all about deliciously simple but persuasive combinations here.

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Recommended in the Michelin Guide

Conde Naste Traveller 

( The Rame Peninsular...)
There are great local pubs and  a gem of a restaurant,
The View.

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The Guardian 

Not in London but this unprepoccessing little place above Whitsand Bay, is well worth mentioning and a real find. It's far superior and far less expensive than Rick Stein's places in Padstow on the north coast. I had sardines that had een simply grilled and not fiddled around with followed by an exceptional piece of turbot. All local suppliers and the head chef/owner  Matt Corner is notably talented. Also, the name of the restaurant is no shallow claim as the view across the sea to Rame Head is breathtaking.

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My Restaurant Week -  Simon Davis

Dinner cranks up the feelgood factor further. It's a ten minute journey to chef Matt Corner's restaurant, The View, and what it's spartan interior lacks, it's cooking makes up for - steamed mussels in shallots, white wine and garlic, and an uterly sublime saddle of roast venison with apple & fig compote.

Sally Shalam

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The Guardian   Lesley Gillilan

The View, at Tregonhawke serves fresh fish & seafood as good as anything on offer in Padstow.

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Marie Clare Magazine

Devon delicacies and Cornish delights you have to try. The View at Whitsand Bay has classic French cooking, fresh Cornish produce and a stunning seascape.

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