From traditional Cornish pasty to chicken, veg & steak & ale. It is a cafe within a bakery
The Flying Aubergine cafe is a great place to meet in Truro, whether visiting the library, shopping or on business it is the ideal, location in the heart of Pydar Street. Enjoy real Italian coffee and fair-trade teas with homemade food.
Upstairs in Waterstones you will find Cafe W. Serving locally made cakes, organic coffee and loose leaf teas.
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:
Sam’s Award Winning restaurants established in 88 are a firm favourite for anyone visiting Cornwall with branches across the shire.
On your way into the city from the Station pick up your Cornish Coffee and delicious treats.
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.
Enjoy a beautiful hand-crafted coffee or share a lovely tea with a friend. Pick up a quick lunch or come with a good book and sit in a comfy chair for a while. Enjoy ridiculously fast wifi and study for exams.
Coffee lounge/restaurant by day, funky bar by night.
Luxury hot chocolates for all in a festive wonderland.