Food writers and chefs pick their favourite chippies, pop-ups and cafes, all chosen for their innovative operation ofseafood

Port Isaac has a medieval harbour, which formerly handled coal and pottery. Now, sightseers come to walk the coastal path and inspect the neighbouring harbour of Port Gaverne and its rock consortia. Fisherman Calum Greenhalgh can often be seen hauling his catch up the hill in Port Isaac, and it is his fish shop and cafe, run with his wife Tracey, that Cornish chef Nathan Outlaw recommends: “He catches the crabs and lobsters in the inlet and she cooks and helps them. They do the best crab sandwich( PS9. 75) in the world! ”*

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