A friendly and relaxed independent gastropub with a creative vibe, serving classic hearty dishes, including breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Set in ten splendid acres of woodland and gardens, and nestled in an idyllic private valley, is the 500-year-old former tin mining captain’s residence, which is now the picturesque Rose in Vale.
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.
Our welcoming and inviting cafe is the perfect place for a chat, friendly smile and great cup of coffee in Truro. At Karen's Cafe we also serve a selection of teas and provide snacks, light bites, breakfast, sandwiches, and pastries.
A few minutes from Truro city centre, a warm and inviting pub with a growing reputation for serving delicious food from a varied menu. An extensive wine list and traditional bar with a wide range of gins and homemade bar snacks.
Our focus is on serving delicious food, homemade from local ingredients with an enticing and ever changing menu.
A local pub in the heart of our city selling real ales.
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.
Trading for over twenty fives years in Truro, Ganges offers traditional Indian food along with contemporary dishes.
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: