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Prawn on the Lawn – Padstow

Indulge in freshest seafood with your four-legged friend at your side. Prawn on the Lawn is a fish-bar, with a foodie-experience at the heart.
11 Duke Street, Padstow, Cornwall, PL28 8AB

Partridge's paw rating

4/5 Paws

Prawn on the Lawn – Padstow

Introduction

Prawn on the Lawn

Indulge in freshest seafood with your four-legged friend at your side. Prawn on the Lawn, headed up by Rick and Katie Toogood, has been designed to reflect eating in a fishmonger;
think white metro tiles, exposed bricks, informal bar-seating, white marble fish-slab and a nod towards industrial décor. The overall aesthetic lending itself to a more informal
restaurant vibe. With only 24-covers, the daily-changing menu is all about sustainability, working with local suppliers in Padstow and the surrounding area. Menus are built on a
daily-basis, depending on the fish brought to shore from the day-boats, with the possibility of changing up to six or seven times a day, so you can be guaranteed the fish and shellfish
will be at its absolute freshest. Ultimately, Prawn on The Lawn is a fish-bar, with a foodie-experience at the heart.

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Dine with your dog

Dogs are very welcome, but worth noting it is a small space.

On the menu

Prawn on the Lawn, Padstow features in the Michelin Guide, and has been listed in The Sunday Times ‘100 Best Places to Eat in the UK’ 2018. The menu is brimming with a fusion of
simply cooked, flavoursome small plates from the signature Prawn on The Lawn, Smashed avocado, cooked tiger prawns, chilli, lime and coriander dressing, to deep-fried oysters with
a garlic crème fresh, Grilled Sardines with mango-salsa, seabass ceviche – a super fresh dish perfect for the summer and Grey Mullet, hispi cabbage and seaweed butter, a simple dish
that amplifies the taste of the sea. We can’t get enough of their simple methods of cooking, bringing out the true flavour of the ingredients; think floured and deep-fried red mullet, lemon and olive oil, washed down with a glass of Muscadet and some Porthilly oysters!

Where to walk

We often joke that Padstow should be named Pawstow as it has to be THE most dog friendly spot in the county. The historic fishing port offers an array of scenic walking spots, and is
home to beautiful beaches, the Camel Estuary and the Cornish Coastal Path. We love wandering the working harbour, with its many fishing trawlers. There are a host of local
walks to enjoy, including circular walks from Padstow, either via Crugmeer, Trevone and Stepper Point (seven miles) or for a shorter option, via Hawker’s Cove (four miles). Another popular route, taking in some wonderful coastal scenery along the way is Padstow to Polzeath, via Rock and St Enodoc Church (around three and a half miles).

If you’re keen to cycle the Camel Trail, your furry friend can join you for the ride in a doggie- trailer courtesy of Padstow Cycle Hire.

What Partridge says

Such incredible fish sniffs! I loved joining my humans at Prawn on the Lawn, it’s super cosy, and full of character, as well as having the best seafood smells, second to a seaweed-
covered beach of course! What a treat, I was on my very best behaviour, paws crossed I’ll be invited back.

Partridge's paw rating

4/5 Paws

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