Cornish Hen Deli
The tiny Deli with a big heart in the middle of Penzance. Along with the variety of Spanish and Italian products available, The Cornish Hen also offer the best of Cornwall and many locals say that they serve the best pasties in town.
Ian Lentern Butchers
1 Chapel Street
All Lentern’s meat is butchered on site meaning they do not sell pre-cut meat. Homemade pasties are available on their popular deli counter along with a variety of pastries and pies all made on the premises from their own recipes.
An award- winning Cornish family craft bakery established in 1949 famous for their legendary Cornish pasties and scones. Fancy something a bit different? Rowe’s have launched a ‘Poshed Up Pasty’ range; the traditional pasty with a quirky twist, with flavours such as Indian Butter Chicken and Cornish Cheddar and Balsamic Red Onion.
Lavender's Deli and Bakery
6A Alverton Street
A family owned artisan bakery, delicatessen and café Lavenders pride themselves on using only the best local produce. From the freshest vegetables from the fields that surround Penzance to the skirt beef used in their pasties Lavender’s ethos is to always give their customers a ‘great flavour of Cornish produce made by Cornish hands.’
Mounts Bay Pasty Company
8 Market Jew Street
With eat in and takeaway options available Mounts Bay Pasty Company serves a range of homemade Cornish pasties on its varied menu. The ideal place to stop for a coffee and a pasty when out and about in Penzance.
Pellow’s Family Bakery
95 Market Jew Street
Popular with the locals, Pellow’s is a family run bakery serving a range of freshly baked goods both sweet and savoury. Priding themselves on their use of local ingredients and friendly service Pellows is the perfect place to pick up a Cornish Pasty.
85A Market Jew Street
Warrens Bakery is a fifth-generation family business, it is the oldest commercial bakery in Cornwall, as well as the oldest Cornish Pasty company in the world. The recipes using West country ingredients have been passed down through the generations, all pasties are still crimped by hand the traditional way.