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! 

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Independent cafe using locally sourced produce to make delicious food, bake home made cakes. Lunches are made fresh to order.
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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 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. 
By day, Zafiros is a relaxed coffee lounge serving a world influenced breakfast, brunch and lunch menu. In the evening, they dim the lights and serve a varied tapas menu alongside an extensive range of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails
An artisan sorbet and gelato store, where products are made freshly in store to achieve the perfect taste.
Overlooked by the cathedral and in the centre of Truro, relax with a coffee in Waterstones’s cafe, Cafe W, where you will find locally made cakes, organic coffee and loose leaf teas.
Kaku chi is an exciting new coffee shop located in the heart of Truro serving coffee, fresh pasta, pastries and a selection of 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.
Looking for a cool and cosy place for some beverages and snacks? Cafe’villa is what you’ve been looking for!
Caffè Nero is a European coffee house brand specialising in the creation of high quality Italian coffee. A warm and welcoming atmosphere. Good food and great personal service.
A small cafe situated in the front of Truro Methodist church run by volunteers and serving light refreshments, teas, coffees which are fairly-traded, locally-sourced and ethically-produced, wherever possible.