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RESTAURANT & BAR

LOCAL, FRESH & DYNAMIC SEASONAL MENUS

 

Nestled on the bank of the Fal River, Mylor Harbour boasts beautiful scenery and excellent dining.

There's something magical about discovering beautiful and tranquil places in Cornwall. Secluded on the Carrick Roads Estuary at Mylor Harbour, you'll find a hideaway you'll never forget. Castaways offers a dynamic seasonal menu with quality seafood, locally sourced produce, draught beers, great wine and stunning views.

Open 7 days a week (closed Sunday evenings) with breakfast served 10am -11.30am. Lunch 12pm-2.30pm and dinner 6pm-8.30pm.

Our brand new winter menu is now available take a look below, we cater for every need at Castaways and with a daily 'Specials Board' also available you can enjoy a different dish every week.

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Influenced by the coast, Castaways, led by Head chef Ben Thompson, offers tempting and flavoursome food using local suppliers where possible, to create monthly changing menus that move with the seasons.


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At Castaways we deliver quality in our food, staff that care and an enjoyable time for our customers. We strive to be a great restaurant and our customers tell us repeatedly and come back time and time again to enjoy our food and atmosphere, Have a look for yourself!

 

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Please use this booking form to request a reservation at a future date, we will contact you to confirm shortly. If you wish to reserve a table for today, please call directly on 01326 377710 .

Both restaurants are disabled, child and dog friendly. If you require highchairs, please do mention this when you make your booking along with any specific dietary requirements.

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