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“So that's what a tv chef restate is like”

Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Cornwall
Ranked #23 of 250 Restaurants in Newquay
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$32 - US$114
Cuisines: Italian, Mediterranean
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Good for: Special Occasion Dining, Local cuisine, Romantic, Groups
Dining options: Dinner, After-hours, Lunch, Breakfast, Delivery, Reservations
Description: Overlooking the beach with exceptional views across Watergate Bay, our restaurant offers a unique blend of exceptional Italian influenced food, knowledgeable, friendly service and an inspiring commitment to making a difference in young people’s lives. Head Chef Adam Banks works closely with our trusted local suppliers whose passion and dedication to growing and rearing high quality produce is celebrated in the innovative dishes he creates. Since his arrival in May 2017, Adam’s considered approach to cooking and nose to tail ethos has been encouraging our chefs to make the most of this produce, whilst encouraging them to ferment, pickle, preserve and cleverly use every edible part of our beautiful ingredients. All the profits from Fifteen Cornwall go to its registered charity, Cornwall Food Foundation and together they manage Jamie Oliver’s award-winning Apprentice Programme as well as other community food programmes run by the charity.
Reviewed 12 May 2014

Wow what a view , this is the best part about this venue in my opinion . I expected the price to be high , and it was , the food we had , was average . We both had the surf and turf , half a lobster and half a fillet steak . The lobster was good , but I think it should have been removed from the shell and put back in , as there was no finger bowls to clean up with . The fillet was not good , very small and tough , I asked for mine rare , and only after the first bite , which was half of it gone , did we discover they had given us the wrong plates . We ordered a side salad and potatoes at extra cost as the £40 meal only comes with polenta , why do these places do this ? The staff were friendly , the decor is nice apart from the Muriel on the wall , yuk . Would I go again , no .

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Reviewed 11 May 2014

The food is top quality and the location is amazing, however when we visited, the service was poor. The staff were friendly and pleasant, but we had to wait for everything. When you're paying £70 for 4 people at breakfast, it would have been a better experience if they had been fully staffed.

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Reviewed 11 May 2014

We had a wonderful time over a long dinner at Fifteen a couple of days ago. It FAR exceeded expectations. The first thing that's wonderful is the view so if going in the evening be sure to get there before the sun goes down!

We opted for the taster menu. This was five courses of heaven. Each is smaller than if you were having a 3 course dinner but also comes with bread and olive oil, olives and coffee and chocs. We were full after it but didn't feel bloated so I think it was the ideal amount of food. A couple of items on the menu rank as some of the best food I have ever tasted. It was delicious and every mouthful was to be savoured.

What really made the experience special was that we pushed the boat out and opted for the wine menu to accompany the meal. If you can afford it I would highly recommend it. It started with a glass of single blend prosecco each which was amazing and then had a glass of something to complement each dish. This was served by the wine manager each time who told us all about each wine. When I asked for a dessert from the main menu,, not the taster menu, this was no problem and he chose a wine for me to suit it without me having to ask of course!

Nothing was too much trouble and we came away having had great service, great food, great wine and a very special experience.

Following a disappointing experience at Fifteen in London about 6 months ago we hesitated to book this up but I would highly highly recommend it.

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Thank suepem
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Reviewed 10 May 2014

What a fabulous location. Welcomed with huge smiles and introduced to divine waiter who couldn't have assessed us better. We were out to have fun and enjoy a long lazy late Sunday lunch. The menu was explained where necessary, and the food was exceptional. We all had the 3 course set menu and tried everything between us. Absolutely delicious. We weren't rushed and even had a cooking lesson afterwards with a chef showing us how to make lobster tagliatelle. Would highly recommend!

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Thank Windyridger
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Reviewed 9 May 2014

Fantastic location, wonderful food. Tasting menu is a great idea with delicious wines chosen for you to suit each course. Staff very friendly and helpful. Expensive but it was a treat.

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Thank Caro O
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