Sam’s Award Winning restaurants established in 88 are a firm favourite for anyone visiting Cornwall with branches across the shire.
Tucked away up Pydar Mews, a shopping arcade off the main Pydar Street, Bambu cafe serves delicious food and drink within the heart of Truro.
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.
Cornish food and drink delivered straight to your door! Produce sourced from over one hundred local farmers. Use their online shop or visit them in Walsingham Place behind Lemon Street Market . There is also a cafe upstairs serving delicious meals.
Olde world charm serving food, traditional ales and bitters. Friendly pub atmosphere.
The MI Bar is a lively pub in the heart of Truro.
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.
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.
Located in Truro city centre Indulge waffle house serves freshly cooked sweet waffles with a superb choice of toppings.
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