Tuesday - Sunday
Open all day 12 - 11pm
(last table at 9:30pm)
Sharing Plates | Wood Fired Grill | Cocktails | Wine
Barnaby's is a cosy, relaxed restaurant situated in the heart of Padstow in a former Victorian tearoom. It's just up the road from our sister restaurant Prawn On The Lawn and is another proud creation of Katie and Rick Toogood.
The restaurant is named after Rick’s grandfather, George Barnaby. He and his family were all from Manchester- hence the bee theme - as this symbol has been synonymous with the city since the industrial revolution.
With Barnaby's we wanted to do something different. We bought a wood fired oven called "Bertha" and wanted to base all the food on cooking in her. The menu is built around sharing and we serve local seafood, meat and vegetarian options using lots of interesting flavours with a middle eastern influence. We hope that it feels relaxed, intimate and fun - just as if you were round a friends for dinner!
We change the menu all the time so that it can be as seasonal as possible and work with some amazing local suppliers - everything is from as near to Padstow as possible.
We serve food all day from 12pm and do several sittings so we respectfully ask for your table back after 2 hours for up to 4 people and for 5 or more after 2.5 hours. We take tables of up to 6 people maximum. For tables of 5 or more we apply a discretionary 10% service charge.
Due to the limited number of tables in the restaurant, credit card details are required on booking. In the event of a cancellation or reduction in numbers with less than 24hr notice a £25pp charge will be applied for those who do not dine. We appreciate your understanding on this.
Please note if you are more than 15mins late for your table we reserve the right to give it away.
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.
You can find out more about the charity here