Buying local in Port Isaac

It’s little surprise that a town with two Michelin-starred fish restaurants is one of the best places in Cornwall to get deliciously fresh fish and seafood. There are several fishmongers in this tiny village where you can pick up freshly landed fish, as well as delis in the centre and farm shops in the surrounding area.

Farm shops and markets

Trevathan Farm Shop & Restaurant

Farm shop packed with local produce including jams and honey, cheese, fudge, eggs, cakes and award-winning handmade ice cream. Pick-your-own strawberries in season.

Port Isaac Community Artisan Market

Monthly community market which takes place on the last Sunday of each month. Local produce, bakery goods, crafts and locally produced spirits, beer and cider.

Padstow Farm Shop

Popular farm shop on a 200-acre family farm, showcasing all-Cornish produce, much of which is produced in the surrounding fields or within a 10-mile radius.

Seaview Farm Shop, St Teath

Farm shop and cafe overlooking Port Isaac selling local produce all made or grown within a few miles, including fruit and veg and beef, pork and lamb from the farm.


Just Shellfish

Laura and Tom’s fish shop in Port Isaac’s fish cellars, selling crab and lobster which is landed daily in the harbour from Tom’s boat.

Fresh From The Sea

Shop and cafe serving sustainably caught crab and lobster, and mackerel, pollack and Cornish varieties caught by owner Callum — eat in or takeaway.

Dennis Knight’s Fishmongers

Quayside shop open from Tuesday to Saturday selling a variety of freshly landed fish and shellfish. Free local delivery available at certain times of the year.


The DeliBox

Small deli selling local cheese and coffee, fresh bread, cakes and lots of other delicious goodies from the deli counter. Sandwiches and salads to takeaway.

May Contain Nuts

Village store with shelves full of Cornish produce, including bread from Padstow’s Chough Bakery, and smoothies and coffee to takeaway.

Nicky B’s Pasty Shop

Tasty pasties in Port Isaac’s Fore St, just up from the harbour.