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Eating Out in Mylor

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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.

The Pandora Inn

On the banks of Restronguet Creek, a short walk from Mylor, is the famous Pandora Inn. With its thatched roof and floating pontoon it's great for summer afternoons or autumn evenings by the fire. There's lots of locally sourced food on the menu and everything from sandwiches and mussels to fish pie and rib-eye steaks. Look out for their 'specials board' too. The Pandora is extremely popular during the summer so it's a good idea to book ahead for large meals.

Cafe Mylor

Idyllically situated on the edge of Mylor Yacht Harbour. Offering barista coffee, freshly prepared breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks. Dog friendly and lots of outside seating.

The Lemon Arms

In the centre of Mylor Bridge is The Lemon Arms. A traditional village pub with bare stone walls and a warm welcome from the friendly team. Family friendly and dog-friendly too, they serve traditional hearty pub grub, daily.

Flushing Village

Around the headland, the fishing village of Flushing is home to two pubs, The Royal Standard and the Seven Stars, both serving fine home cooked food, but the real gem of the village is The Waterside restaurant. Sat on Flushing Quay, The Waterside serves up delicious local seafood, from whole crab and mussels to hake and mackerel and its location makes it a great spot for an early evening meal in the sun. Booking is essential as tables are limited.