EATING OUT ON ST MARTIN'S
A wealth of gastronomic delights await you
Scilly is rapidly establishing itself as a quality provider of local produce with an abundance of fabulous restaurants across all five islands, catering to every need.
St Martin's itself is home to The Seven Stones Inn which offers good pub grub both at lunchtimes and dinner. Adam's Fish & Chips, which serves delicious locally caught fish and home-grown potato chips, is open up to 4 days a week during the summer months. Little Aurther Cafe is a must for lunch and Polreath tea rooms for a selection of delicious cakes and a heavenly cream tea. Polreath also host a Monday Curry Evening where early booking is essential.
Important telephone numbers, bookings for all eateries are recommended to avoid disappointment!
Adam's Fish & Chips - 01720 423082/www.adamsfishandchips.co.uk
Karma St Martin's Hotel - 01720 422368
Little Arthur Bistro - 01720 422779/07753161456/www.littlearthur.co.uk
Little Arthur Cafe - 01720 422779/www.littlearthur.co.uk
Polreath Tea Room - 01720 422046/www.polreath.com
Seven Stones Inn - 01720 423777/www.sevenstonesinn.com
The Island Bakery - 01720 422111/www.theislandbakery-stmartins.co.uk
For locally caught shellfish (cooked or uncooked) contact Adam Morton 07379566248 - Text only please or Julia & Steve Tel: 01720422893 based at Higher Town.
Fancy an evening in without cooking from scratch, well try Tanglewood Kitchen award winning meals, who are happy to arrange delivery to St Martin's or if visiting Bryher for the day pop in to Island Fish and bring back some fresh local shellfish, making life that little bit easier for you - well you are on holiday!
For more information on all restaurants across the islands, take a look at the Scilly Food Guide
Barney making his special pasties.
Island Bakery freshly baked pasties.
Relax and take in the view, St Mary's in the background.
Polreath Tea Room opening times.
Island Bakery Fresh Shortbread.
Adam's Fish & Chips opening hours.
Freshly made Welch Cakes at Polreath Tea Room.
Don't miss a visit to the Seven Stones Pub.
SELF CATERING ON ST MARTIN'S
Convenient options on your doorstep
Across St Martin's there are numerous outlets selling delicious, locally grown produce direct from local farmers around the island not forgetting freshly caught shellfish and fish by the Islands fishermen. The Island Bakery is an essential daily stop during your stay on the island. They freshly bake delicious breads, pasties, filled rolls and homemade cakes. St Martin's Post Office sells a wide range of Scillonian items including locally caught fish, wine from St Martin's Vineyard, local eggs plus St Agnes chocolate & icecream. Scilly Cow in Highertown supply delicious organic beef cuts, roasting joints & burgers. For fruit & vegetables, Scilly Oraganics and Scillonian Fayre, both based in Middletown, offer wide ranges of home grown produce and finally for takeaway food, don't forget Adam's Fish & Chips plus homemade pizza's from the Island Bakery.
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by Sue Lewington