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.
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.
Quality speaks for itself at Truro's popular Fish & Chip shop, Sole Plaice.
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
A small cafe situated in the front of Truro Methodist church run by volunteers.Open from 10am Monday to Saturday
With an entry in the 25th edition of the Trenchermans Guide (2107), Tabbs is one of the places to eat in Truro.
108 is a small, independent coffee house in central Truro, serving premium coffee which is ethically sourced and has full trace-ability. All of their cakes are homemade using as many locally sourced ingredients as possible.
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.
Pre theatre meals, light bites or dinner and cocktails with friends, Mannings is the perfect place for all.
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.