Once a shop selling hand-sewn boots to Padstow fishermen, Rojano's opened as a family Italian restaurant in 1974, and had several owners before Michelin-starred chef Paul Ainsworth from nearby No. 6 bought it in 2010 and set about refurbishing the place. The resulting package now includes a new covered and heated balcony, a grazing bar and deli, as well as an allotment at the back for herbs and vegetables. The menu is dominated by antipasti, salads, a dozen or so pizzas and assorted pasta dishes (perhaps spag bol or linguine carbonara with meatballs), although there are also char-grilled Cornish sirloin steaks and homemade burgers for those who want to sink their teeth into some beefy protein. Alternatively, drop by for good coffee and homemade cakes. Rojano’s is eminently child-friendly and does handy takeaways too.