Reserve a table at POTL (Padstow) below or call our reservations team on 07926128148
(Lines open Tue-Sat, 10am-5pm)
For all event/private dining enquiries please email – email@example.com
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.
We are only able to accept card payments at this time, no cash. We don’t take AMEX.
We do accept dogs, however due to our size we can only accommodate 2 small, well behaved dogs in the restaurant at one time. Please let us know at time of booking should you wish for your dog to join us.
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.
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We opened Prawn on the Lawn Padstow in 2015, 2 years after we opened our London site. We change our small plates menu every day (sometimes hourly!) and local fisherman land fish right to our door. We won Best UK Seafood Restaurant and we have been featured in the Michelin Guide every year since we opened.
Ross supplies us with veg, salad and herbs that he grows on his family's farm less than a mile from Padstow.
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.
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.
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.
George sources amazing fish for us for the day boat market in Newlyn and other local fisherman and delivers straight to our door everyday.
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.
We are proud to support the Wave Project, a charity that uses the power of the ocean and surfing to help improve the emotional and psychological well-being of young people in the UK. Providing them with a supportive environment where they can build resilience, confidence, and positive relationships.
To support the charity’s important work, we are adding a discretionary £1 donation to every restaurant bill to raise funds. With these funds, the Wave Project can continue to offer life-changing support to those who need it most, helping young people to overcome their challenges and reach their full potential.