Restaurant and takeout. Local fresh street food and artisan coffee, Also catering for groups, parties and meetings. Opening Hours: Mon - Fri: 08:30 - 16:00
Nestled in Lemon Street you can find Bustopher Jones which is a lovingly restored wine bar and restaurant.
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
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 - whatever you require you're sure to be suitably refreshed and refueled here.
The perfect place or coffee and cake or a cocktail & a pint (or mix them up!) Spread across 3 levels, great for watching the world go by or to hide away and work.
All dishes prepared by experience chefs from China. Wide range of beers and a selection of wines.
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.
Situated upstairs in Mallets Home Hardwares is this hidden gem of cafe.
On your way into the city from the Station pick up your Cornish Coffee and delicious treats.
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.