A "well-loved" Cornwall beach cafe with "dashes of pizzaz" has been included on a list of the best to visit in the UK.

The Hidden Hut in Truro was included alongside six others in a list from The Week.

Discussing the creation of the list, the publication wrote: "Take a trip to the coast and eat at one of these beachside venues, which offer everything from locally caught fish to regional specialities – guaranteed to have no sand in the sandwiches and all served up with a side of sea view."

The full list of the best beach cafes in the UK can be found on The Week's website here.

What was said about The Hidden Hut?

Citing a review from The Telegraph, The Week wrote: "Half a mile along the coast path from Portscatho, on the Roseland peninsula, is "one of the UK's most individual, well-loved and now most well-known 'secret' outdoor-dining experiences"."

Much praise was given out for its food offerings, which include "sharing-size platters of paella", grilled fish brought in from the morning's boats and "rainbow-bright salads".

The Week added: "It's a place that's "impossible not to adore", said Grace Dent in The Guardian, and the food here "is recognisable and reassuring, but with dashes of pizazz and minor weirdness for the tourists and trendies"."

In the summer the cafe is known for its open-air wood-fired feast nights on selected evenings.

On its website, it says: "Curated by Simon Stallard, these are outdoor, all-weather, ‘bring your own plate’ affairs. There is no menu but a calendar instead.

"One dish is cooked per night showcasing the best of our seasonal produce, and you buy tickets for the nights you wish to come to."

The Hidden Hut has also been a hit among customers, with a 4.5/5 rating on Tripadvisor from 1,123 reviews and a 4.7/5 score on Google Reviews from 990 ratings.

One reviewer wrote: "Difficult to find but worth the trip food amazing and quality of food stunning Didn’t know this existed but if you can find it you won’t be disappointed".

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Another shared: "A hidden gem on a beautiful beach. The food is amazing, everything on the menu sounds delicious. We joined the queue and ordered a tomato soup & a grilled mackerel, both were absolutely delicious.

"Staff were very welcoming and helpful. We sat on the benches, enjoyed the view and the food. Would recommend to anyone visiting the area!"

Meanwhile, another wrote: "OMG this place lives up to all the hype… fabulous food… brisket chilli with sour cream, jalapeño chilli…. Cheese & onion Cornish pasty made to their own recipe & a brownie that was heavenly…. fabulous views… the beach is pristine and as the place is called “hidden hut”… the anticipation of walking there & finding it is just brilliant."