Padstow

Barnaby’s

Barnaby's x Trevibban Mill

We are excited to announce that Barnaby’s will be relaunching at the award-winning Trevibban Mill Vineyard just outside Padstow in May 2023.

We’re running a pop-up from May – September serving our tasty sharing plates, local wines and cocktails and will be open 12-10pm. See you on the terrace!

Dog-friendly.

Bookings now live.

Trevibban Mill Vineyard, Dark Lane, Nr Padstow, PL27 7SE

Opening Times

Restaurant

Monday Closed
Tuesday 12pm - 10pm
Wednesday 12pm - 10pm
Thursday 12pm - 10pm
Friday 12pm - 10pm
Saturday 12pm - 10pm
Sunday Closed
Barnaby’s Reservations

Barnaby's at The Vineyard

BOOK ONLINE BELOW

Or email our reservations team at:

barnabys@prawnonthelawn.com

We welcome table reservations for up to 6 guests using our online booking system. Please email re. larger tables – our maximum table size is 8. All table bookings are for inside, only drinks are served outside on a first come first served basis.

Please note: should a table be cancelled or number of diners reduced with less than 24hrs notice, a charge of £35 will be taken from the card used to secure the booking per cancelled guest. If you are more than 15 mins late for your booking we reserve the right to give it away.

For all event/private dining enquiries please email – events@prawnonthelawn.com

 

We are only able to accept card payments at this time, no cash. We don’t take AMEX.

We are dog and child friendly although we don’t offer a specific children’s menu.

If you suffer from a food allergy please let us know when placing your order. Guests with severe allergies should be aware that although due care is taken there is a risk of allergens being present. We do not operate a nut free kitchen.

Cheers. Nice one. Thanks. Tah. See you soon!

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About

Tucked away down a Cornish lane, Trevibban Mill, is a family-run working vineyard, winery and events venue a stone’s throw from the picturesque harbour town, Padstow. Historically the home of a miller and his family, the land is now the home to vines, apple trees and native English Southdown sheep.

This is our chosen home for summer 2023, where we’ll be serving classic Barnaby’s dishes and seasonal small plates using tasty Cornish seafood, meat and local produce. Join us for food inside or drinks in the garden – see you soon!

Our suppliers

Ross Padstow Kitchen Garden

Ross supplies us with veg, salad and herbs that he grows on his family's farm less than a mile from Padstow.

Padstow
Caron & Des Padstow Brewing Company

A husband and wife team, they first started brewing in 2013 in a converted surf shower. Now their custom-built microbrewery sits on the outskirts of Padstow and they have two tasting rooms in town where you can try their award winning beers.

Padstow
Johnny Murt Murt's Shellfish

Johnny's a fifth-generation Padstow fisherman supplying the freshest crab and lobster from his day boat PW7. Look out for him popping into the restaurant in his oil skins.

Padstow
Tim Porthilly Shellfish

Supplies us with local oysters from his farm in Porthilly, Rock. Look across the Camel estuary and you'll be able to see the oyster beds.

Rock
George George Cleave Fishmongers

George sources amazing fish for us for the day boat market in Newlyn and other local fisherman and delivers straight to our door everyday.

Port Issac
Liz & Engin Trevibban Mill

Enjoying idyllic surroundings a short drive from Padstow, the couple founded this award-winning organic vineyard in 2008. Native Southdown sheep graze in their vineyard.

Padstow
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“” This is a lovely little oasis, a small slice of the seaside in the city Marina O'Loughlin

Bumbleebee Conservation Trust

We are proud to support the Bumblebee Conservation Trust and we add a discretionary £1 donation to every restaurant bill to raise funds. In the last 80 years, our bumblebee populations have crashed. Two species have become nationally extinct and several others have declined dramatically. The BCT has a vision for a different future in which our communities and countryside are rich in bumblebees and colourful flowers, supporting a diversity of wildlife and habitats for everyone to enjoy.

Find out more about the charity’s work through the Bumblebee Conservation Trust website.

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