Cornwall Street Food Festival

Headland Views, Fistral, Cornwall, Cornwall Street Foof FestivalCornwall Street Food Festival is back over the holiday weekend, May 24-May 27, and will be held at The Barrowfileds in Newquay.

25 of the UK’s top street food traders are ready to serve up delicious food and great vibes.

Plus, there is still time to grab tickets, book tables and prepare for a weekend of full bellies and great fun

What to expect:

30 of the UK’s Top Street Food Traders
Cuisines From All Around The World 
New Evening Entertainment 
Refreshing Cocktails, Draught Beers and Soft Drinks
Market Stalls
Kids go FREE 
Great Vibes, Full Stomachs and Fun with Friends!

Cuisines from all over the world: Indian, Vietnamese, Thai, Moroccan, Mexican, Afghanistan, Caribbean, Uzbekistan, with food to suit every dietary requirement and plenty to satisfy your sweet tooth!

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Constatine Beach, Cornwall

Rick Stein’s Cornish Tips

Rick Stein, Cornwall’s favourite adopted son, he’s originally from Oxford, and celebrity chef, revealed his favourite pubs, beaches, shopping places, and much more to Metro this week. His insight is ideal for anyone looking to stay at Headland Views, Newquay.

Rick, who views Cornwall as where he is from, splits his time between Cornish shores and Australia. He highlights Constantine Bay, near Padstow as his favourite beach, which is not too far from Headland Views.

He also highlights his favourite local food, unsurprisingly a Cornish Pasty – but he will not reveal the source of what he thinks is the best pasty in Cornwall, he will not want them selling out when he has the taste for one!

His top tip for first-time visitors to experience, and seasoned ones as well, is “go for a cliff walk and take in the views virtually anywhere around our beautiful coastline.” With South West Coast Path a mere few yards from Headland Views it is my recommendation as well.

Read the full article to discover more.

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