W. C. Rowe was established in 1949 by Bill Rowe, and since then the company has grown to cover most of Cornwall. We have 2 of its bakeries in the heart of the city - 22 Victoria Square and Back Quay, Lemon Quay. They offer a range of freshly baked goods:
A light and airy cafe above Uneeka Life in the centre of Truro with lovely views over Boscawen Street.
Trading for over twenty fives years in Truro, Ganges offers traditional Indian food along with contemporary dishes.
Serving a unique blend of locally hand-roasted coffee and homemade food, plenty of which is allergy-friendly but still delicious!
Opened in 2019, On The Rocks is a local neighbourhood bar serving great cocktails, wines, beers and ciders. Our craft is in cocktails – our drinks have easy to identify, bold flavours, made using cutting edge methods.
Spires Coffee Bar is located in Haven House on Quay Street. It has three large windows to let the warm sun in and you to feel that sense of space.Truro College and Penwith College serve excellent Cornish Coffee, teas, hot chocolate, smoothies, milkshakes and homemade fresh cakes. Lunches includ
Recipes to keep us all busy from some of the Cornish suppliers & local businesses.
Coffee Traders gives shoppers the chance to sit back and relax with a hearty breakfast, a light lunch, or perhaps just a pot of tea - whatever you require you're sure to be suitably refreshed and refueled here.
Loungers is a West Country based restaurant/café/bar group, and the Truro Lounge is its' first venture into Cornwall. Truro Lounge caters for all tastes throughout the day.
108 is a small, independent coffee house in central Truro, serving premium coffee which is ethically sourced and has full trace-ability. All of their cakes are homemade using as many locally sourced ingredients as possible.