Independent Restaurants in Truro

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Spoiled for choice with Truro's independent eateries

There’s nothing better than stumbling across a hidden gem on your adventures and there are plenty of them to stumble across in Truro. Our streets are peppered with independent restaurants dishing up food from across the world, from fantastic Cornish fish and chips to classic European dishes to the unique tastes of South East Asia. Make sure you find some time to explore our unique little eateries. 

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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.
Inspired by travel and a passion for different cultures, The Cornish Vegan has a mouth-watering array of culinary delights, using the freshest ingredients to bring homemade dishes straight to your table.
Sam’s award winning restaurants established in ’88 are a firm favourite for anyone visiting Cornwall with branches across the shire.
The County Arms enjoys a central location with glorious rural views. The pub and restaurant offer an affordable and versatile palace to unwind in Truro.
Panch Puran are an Indian restaurant and takeaway whose menu includes seafood such as cod curry, seafood spaghetti, tandoori mackerel, fish and chips and Cod tikka
Habanero’s is a local independent burrito bar started by a group of friends from culinary backgrounds with a passion for good quality fresh food and chillies.
Moving from the busy shipping container on Lemon Quay into a converted church in the heart of Truro, Hub Box boasts the original playful interior design covering two floors and an outdoor garden.
Stylish seafood restaurant serving the freshest seafood.