On The Hunt For A Cornish Pasty?

Cornish Pasties

The Cornish Pasty is considered to be the national dish of Cornwall and a Cornish holiday wouldn’t be complete without this iconic pastry-covered wonder. Here are some of our favourite places to find a genuine Cornish pasty. When in Rome!

Lobbs Farm Shop, Heligan

Lobbs Farm Shop is situated within the mysterious Lost Gardens of Heligan – which is also a must-visit location when visiting Cornwall. Stop off at Lobbs for a pasty when you visit Heligan for a doubly Cornish experience. As they’re a farm shop you’ll also find a variety of fresh local produce.

Mary’s Pasties, Mevagissey 

If you’re heading Mevagissey way make sure you stop in at Mary’s Pasties. Cited among locals as the best in town, these pasties are made with quality ingredients as well as a lot of love so are differently worth a try. They also have another shop in Tresillian if you’re heading towards Truro.

Tregonissey Butchers, St Austell 

Well-known among locals for their delicious traditional pasties, Tregonissey Butchers have been a mainstay in St Austell for many years. It’s just around the corner from the world-famous St Austell Brewery. You can’t go wrong with a pasty and a pint. Feeling Cornish yet?

Sea View Farm Shop, St Teath 

This delightful farm shop is family run and features amazing views over Port Isaac. It’s a great place to snatch up some fresh local produce and then enjoy a hot drink and a pasty whilst looking out over some beautiful Cornish coastal scenery.

Aunt Avice’s Pasty Shop, St Kew

Friendly service guaranteed. If you’re travelling along the St Kew highway this is a great place to stop off for convenient freshly baked pasties. Port Isaac and Wadebridge are nearby and definitely worth a visit too. 

Ann’s Pasties, The Lizard

Beautifully Cornish and rooted in family tradition. These pasties are made with quality local ingredients in the heart of Cornwall and are an authentically Cornish experience. They have locations around The Lizard Peninsula – just head in the direction of Helston.

Brays & K’s Pasties, Redruth

If you’re on your way to Penzance or St Ives why not stop off in Redruth for a delicious pasty from Brays & K’s. Their reputation precedes them as makers of a fantastic Cornish Pasty.

Phillip Warren, Launceston 

These butchers have a sterling reputation around the local area for supplying high quality local produce as well as some tasty pasties. They reside near the Cornwall/Devon border so is a great place to stop off if you’re travelling to or from Cornwall.

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