Compton Castle paddle steamer off Lemon Quay.This unique venue is able to cater for large groups of people, or a family function with ease. This historic boat is full of character and charm and rises up and down the tide. It has an amazing coffee and their food is homemade and locally sourced.
A popular Nepalese and Indian restaurant. Dogs are welcome in the garden.
With an entry in the 25th edition of the Trenchermans Guide (2107), Tabbs is one of the places to eat in Truro.
One of Truro's quirkiest venues, serving award winning gourmet burgers, hot dogs and craft beers. Find them on Kenwyn Street, Truro in the converted chapel!
The William IV is a family run business and your hosts Paul and Ellie Pitt along with their daughter Lauren look forward to welcoming you. Serving excellent pub food in a relaxed and friendly environment, they welcome well behaved dogs but they must be on a lead at all times.
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
Family owned nightclub, with music to make you dance!
Freshly made sandwiches & panini's to eat in or takeaway. Make your own sandwich, panini or baguette. A selection of sweet treats and cakes. Salads that are all made in house daily.
Excellent Nepalese hospitality and cuisine. A family run business with many awards.