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.
The William IV is a family run business and your hosts Paul and Ellie Pitt along with their daughter Lauren look forward to welcoming you. Serving excellent pub food in a relaxed and friendly environment, they welcome well behaved dogs but they must be on a lead at all times.
Opened in July 2013, Fig is a small family run, independent coffee house & cafe based in Lemon Street, Market, Truro, selling homemade cake and freshly prepared tasty lunches using locally sourced Cornish produce where possible.
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
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.
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.
From traditional Cornish pasty to chicken, veg & steak & ale. It is a cafe within a bakery
Compton Castle paddle steamer off Lemon Quay.This unique venue is able to cater for large groups of people, or a family function with ease. This historic boat is full of character and charm and rises up and down the tide. It has an amazing coffee and their food is homemade and locally sourced.
JAKS in Truro is a family owned and run bar and restaurant based within a beautiful Grade II listed Georgian house.
Upstairs in Waterstones you will find Cafe W. Serving locally made cakes, organic coffee and loose leaf teas.