Cafes in Truro City Centre

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Take a break in the City Centre

From quaint bakeries offering sweet and savoury treats, to organic coffee houses grinding fresh beans for your arrival, you’re never short of options for a pit stop in the centre of Truro. Dotted around our famous cathedral and hidden amongst the narrow streets of the city centre are a whole host of cafes; from upmarket ‘bakeries and bars’ giving you the choice of fresh food and colourful cocktails, to traditional, family-run cafes offering you the classics that just can’t go wrong. 

Discover delis offering homemade sandwiches and bagels, Korean-inspired cafes boasting delicious steamed buns, Italian cafes for a slice of la dolce vita, and traditional cafes offering a good old cuppa. 

Find all of Truro city centre’s cafes below, and please get in touch with any enquiries! 

Your Options:

Independent cafe using locally sourced produce to make delicious food, bake home made cakes. Lunches are made fresh to order.
The Mockingbird is a smaller venue with a cosier feel, situated in the beautiful Nadlers Court Truro.
People often call Bread and Butter ‘a little hidden gem’, away from the hustle and bustle of busy lives. Join us in our of our beautiful garden pods.
Cafe just off Pydar Street in Pydar Mews serving breakfast, lunch & homemade cakes.
The Arts Café sits between the Royal Cornwall Museum and Truro Arts Company, and offers plenty of seating for your morning coffee, lunch meeting, or afternoon tea.
Blend 71 prepares some of the best homemade food in Truro. The breakfast menu includes porridge, granola cereals, as well as fresh pastries.
When you walk into a Costa store the first thing you’ll notice is the warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Green Room Cafe is full of tempting treats and all within the Hall for Cornwall
Today, with more than 32,000 stores in 80 countries, Starbucks is the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world.
The usual norm? We don’t really go for that. It’s a bit old fashioned! This is a new cafe designed to be refreshingly different.
A perfect breakfast, lunch or afternoon pick-up stop off for local Truro residents and visitors alike, Sarah and her team are ready to welcome you from 8am every day.
Fodders is perfect for a perfect lunch or snack when you’re in Truro.The extensive menu includes popular options such as baked potatoes, open sandwiches and a wide selection of salads. Changing daily specials include seasonal fish and meat dishes, plus a range of tempting desserts.
The Flying Aubergine is known for its traditional Mediterranean dishes created with fantastic local Westcountry produce and with stacks of vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and sugar free options. 
All our cakes and pastries are home-made and cooked on the premises. We use locally sourced produce and ingredients as much as possible to give you that unique, traditional taste of Cornwall.
The perfect blend of a chic city cafe and a cocktail bar.
The national bakery can be found in the heart of Truro offering both takeaway and a Café to eat in.
Serving a unique blend of locally hand-roasted coffee and homemade food.
Local takeaway bakery offering unique sweet treats.
A geek culture venue…
W. C. Rowe was established in 1949 by Bill Rowe, and since then the company has grown to cover most of Cornwall. Their motto ‘The Proof of the Passion is in the Eating’.
Situated by the popular Boscawen Park and serving tea, coffee & snacks.
Coffee Traders gives shoppers the chance to sit back and relax with a hearty breakfast, a light lunch, or perhaps just a pot of tea.