Many tourists come to Port Isaac in order to taste delicious food. And the place itself is a gem, where one can see tiny cottages, narrow streets, tiny gardens and picturesque views from every alley. Houses on the old streets belong to the 18-19 centuries and many of them are protected as monuments. For itinerant gourmets — the village of Port Isaac is associated with two restaurants of the legendary Nathan Outlaw: Nathan Outlaw and Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen. Camel Valley winery has been producing the famous Cornish Brut for centuries. There are also restaurants, which deserve to visit. Among them are Chapel Café, Fresh from the Sea, the Krab Pot, the Mote, Trevathan Farm Shop and Restaurant.