A Fishy Delight In The Heart Of Padstow!
Following on from the success of their London Islington restaurant, Rick and his wife Katie opened their second restaurant in Padstow in 2015.
They serve only the finest locally caught fish and are proud to be as sustainable and supportive to the local community as possible. Not surprisingly, their menu and fresh produce won them a place in the Times top 100 restaurants in the UK, and they have even made it into the Michelin Guide!
Prawn On The Lawn was recommend to us by one of our previous buyers during their Open House revisit and by top local chef Emily Scott of the St Tudy Inn and this is just one of the many reasons why North Cornwall is renowned as one of the best places to live in the UK. Discover more dining gems like this in our Padstow location report.
- Where: 11 Duke Street, Padstow, PL28 8AB 01841 532223
- When: Tuesday – Sunday 12noon – midnight
- Cost: Sides from £2.75, small mains from £7.50 and platters from £22
- Who: Fish lovers!
- How long does it take: As the fish is so fresh orders may be staggered to your table
- When’s best to go: You have to book, but they serve until 10pm
London Standards Serving Local Produce!
The standard of food served at Prawn on The Lawn is hard to beat, with a daily changing menu depending on what the local fishermen have caught. Who could ask for more! Rick and Katie are keen to keep their family run business true and share their time between the Padstow and Islington restaurants to keep everyone happy!
Their menu offers a wide range of fish dishes (depending on what’s freshly available) from Porthilly Mussels to Ray wings! For mains there are platters of Padstow crab and Lobster, or if you prefer, there is fish for the table such as Sea Bream, Monkfish, Turbot or Lemon Sole. Of course there are Oysters too and plenty of sides like homemade soda bread, salad and spiced potatoes. All in all a fantastic meal awaits you!
The restaurant oozes cool with a raw industrial vibe throughout with exposed brickwork, steel and blackboard menu’s. It’s still comfy though with trendy cushions to sit back on! There are just 24 covers, so it’s a really lovely intimate atmosphere.
Proud to support the National Lobster Hatchery in Padstow, who do fantastic work in marine Conservation, research and education focusing on the European lobster, Prawn on The Lawn welcome charity donations, which will be promptly sent over to aid their research.
To walk off your meal the Padstow harbour is just a stones throw away and it’s well worth walking along North Quay parade to look over to Rock. You could catch the ferry to Rock if its running too and go for a walk on the beach!
To find out a bit more about Prawn On The Lawn and how to book a table, visit their website.
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