W. C. Rowe was established in 1949 by Bill Rowe, and since then the company has grown to cover most of Cornwall. We have 2 of its bakeries in the heart of the city - 22 Victoria Square and Back Quay, Lemon Quay. They offer a range of freshly baked goods:
A local pub in the heart of our city selling real ales.
Starbucks coffee can be found in Victoria Square.
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.
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.
NIght Club in the heart of our city.
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.
City Centre Pub with a beer garden along side the river.
The Flying Aubergine cafe is a great place to meet in Truro, whether visiting the library, shopping or on business it is the ideal, location in the heart of Pydar Street. Enjoy real Italian coffee and fair-trade teas with homemade food.
Trading for over twenty fives years in Truro, Ganges offers traditional Indian food along with contemporary dishes.