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St Petroc's Bistro

Restaurant

If you can't get into TV chef Rick Stein's famous Seafood restaurant, then walk a few yards up from the harbour to his buzzy bistro. Simply laid bare topped tables, white walls hung with modern art and a polished wooden floor make for a casual atmosphere where you can enjoy the extensive menu. There's a terrace for al fresco dining in good weather and kids order from a special menu that includes real fish fingers, mushy peas and thick-cut chips.

What cuisine is on offer at St Petroc's Bistro?

You can enjoy classics like Bayonne ham with celeriac remoulade and rib-eye steak with béarnaise sauce and chips. There's plenty of fish on the menu as well of course including fillet of sea bass with roasted fennel and tomato and Stein's own version of the classic nouvelle cuisine dish escalope of salmon with sorrel sauce.

What is the signature dish at St Petroc's Bistro?

At St Petroc's Bistro, they take their steaks very seriously. From 30 days dry aged Hereford 12 oz rump to 28 days dry aged Scottish Chateaubriand, choosing something from the grill is a must when you dine here.

What makes a meal at St Petroc's Bistro unique?

Using quality and local products will always be close to the hearts of St Petroc's Bistro and they are proud to work with suppliers who are as passionate as they are.

Facilities & Information

Extra info

Closed Times: 25th-26th Dec, 1st May

Open Times: Daily 12:00-14:00, 18:30-21:30

Vendor Accreditation: AA Rosette, Good Food Guide

Directions

01841 532700
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4 New Street, Padstow, Cornwall, PadstowPL28 8EA, United Kingdom

Take the M5 to Exeter, the A30 to Bodmin, then follow the road to Padstow.

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