Jamie Oliver may own the most well known restaurant in Newquay, but how does his Newquay restaurant compare to the more extravagant cafes and bistros in Newquay?
It seems as if Newquay has become the benchmark for quality dining in Cornwall. There are a number of Newquay restaurants and cafes that present house specialties among an exciting menu bursting with origionality. Silks Bistro and Champagne Bar, located in the Atlantic Hotel Newquay, is the latest Newquay restaurant to tickle the taste buds.
Although there are a lot of quality restaurants in Newquay, none can match the diversity of Silks Bistro and Champagne Bar. Using local produce, delicious fish Dishes are always the house favourite. Specialising in everything from Cataplanas, Seafood Platters and Fruits De Der, head chef Arron James has really put Silks on the map. There is much more to the menu than terrific fish dishes, a variety of meat courses, a tapas menu, a quality selection of sandwiches and, of course, a fine choice of Champagne are all available at very affordable prices.
Situated in the Atlantic Hotel, Silks Bistro and Champagne Bar is very much a separate enterprise. Already incorporating a guest dining area, along with So Sushi, Newquay's only Sushi Bar, the Atlantic Hotel is starting to garner a lot of attention from food and drink lovers. Unlike other hotels in Newquay, the Atlantic has really put together impressive and unique dining options.
Having eaten at a number of restaurants in Newquay, none left a lasting impression quite like Silks. I have made a point of checking future events and am already trying to talk my friends and family into booking a table for a New Years Eve. The Christmas and New year menu looks so good and affordable, you can eat like a king for less than
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