Cafe's & Coffee Shops

Lilys Of Truro

A cosy cafe at the top of town that welcomes dogs.

Cafe's & Coffee Shops
Food on the Go

Sabzi

Kate Attlee set up Sabzi with a focus on providing guests with beautiful, vibrant, utterly delicious food that doesn’t compromise on her strong commitment to animal welfare and the environment.

Cafe's & Coffee Shops

Yummy Scrummy Bakery

Serving Artisan organic breads, handmade cakes, and plenty of yummy sweet treats along side coffees and full menu of food and drinks.

Cafe's & Coffee Shops
Local Produce
Independent Shops

The Cornish Food Box

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. 

Restaurant

The Rose in Vale Restaurant

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.

Cafe's & Coffee Shops
Food on the Go

Warrens Bakery

Cornwall's Oldest Cornish Pasty Maker. With three shops in our great little city.  You can find them near the Cathedral at High Cross, on Quay Street and in Victoria Square. They do a gluten free pasty, traditional steak and cheese and onion.

Cafe's & Coffee Shops

Truro Cathedral Restaurant & Coffee Shop

Completely refurbished to the highest standard in 2008 the Cathedral Restaurant offers a variety of food options to suit different times of the day.

Restaurant

Shanghai Lounge

All dishes prepared by experience chefs from China. Wide range of beers and a selection of wines.

Cafe's & Coffee Shops

Prime Truro

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.

Cafe's & Coffee Shops

Charlotte's Tea House

Charlotte's can be found on the top floor of the Coinage Hall in Truro, which has a history which goes back to 1302 and the halcyon days of Cornish tin mining.

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