Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Cornwall

Feel good dining with fabulous sea views

Overlooking Watergate Bay, Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall is one of the South West’s more spectacular spots for lunch or dinner.

Diners can watch surfers racing over the waves or sit back and take in a glorious Cornish sunset through the restaurant’s vast picture windows. The vibe is contemporary, with clean lines and lots of funky elements including a big mural along one wall.

Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall, which opened its doors in 2006, has played a major part in turning the north Cornish coast into a foodie destination, with nearby restaurants springing up including Zacry’s at Watergate Bay Hotel, The Green Room at Retallack, and St Moritz.

It’s home to the Cornish Food Foundation, which takes young people and transforms them into promising chefs under the watchful eye of a team of top chefs. Since the scheme was launched, it has enrolled around 150 apprentices – and incredibly around 80% of them are still working as chefs.

The menus are Italian inspired with a Cornish twist, using only the highest quality ingredients, many of which are sourced locally.

Insider’s tips

Look out for the regular three course lunch deals, which are excellent value.

Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall, On the Beach, Watergate Bay, Cornwall, TR8 4AA

01637 861000

Opening hours

Breakfast served 8.30am – 10am. Lunch served 12pm – 2.30pm. Dinner served 6.15pm – 9.15pm

Chef: TBC

Owner: Cornwall Food Foundation

  • Kids welcome (breakfast and lunch menus only)
  • Dogs welcome (guide and hearing dogs only)
  • Wifi
  • Disabled access
  • Parking available (charged parking only)
  • Private dining available
  • Gluten free options
  • Wedding venue
  • Exclusive use
  • Online booking

Sample menu

Starter

Cornish mackerel with zucchini, fennel, chilli and mint

Main

Wood fired lamb leg, inzimino di ceci and salmoriglio

Pudding

Amalfi lemon cheesecake with lemon curd and raspberries

Two courses from £26 per person, three courses from £32

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