With an entry in the 25th edition of the Trenchermans Guide (2107), Tabbs is one of the places to eat in Truro.
Upstairs in Waterstones you will find Cafe W. Serving locally made cakes, organic coffee and loose leaf teas.
A popular Nepalese and Indian restaurant. Dogs are welcome in the garden.
We offer a wide menu covering breakfasts, morning coffee, lunches, snacks, desserts and afternoon teas. This includes daily roasts, home made specials (steak and kidney pie, lasagne etc), pizzas, ice cream desserts and Cornish Cream Teas.
Prime Truro is a laid back independent coffee house with squishy sofa, Pacman arcade machine and quirky gifts; including bagged coffee, eco-cups, enamel pin badges, art, and cd’s/vinyl from local bands.
The Plume of Feathers is located in the heart of the Cornish countryside, just off the A30 and minutes from the bustling hub of Truro.
Set in ten splendid acres of woodland and gardens, and nestled in an idyllic private valley, is the 500-year-old former tin mining captain’s residence, which is now the picturesque Rose in Vale.
A bespoke family service offering a Play Cafe and holistic workshops to promote wellbeing for parents and young children. Join our Tribe to build a community of support for families, create a central hub of knowledge, and promote a healthy and sustainable life for our children.
A light and airy cafe above Uneeka Life in the centre of Truro with lovely views over Boscawen Street.
Bear Bar & Kitchen is a slick convivial city drinkery and eatery located in the old Kazbah on Quay Street.