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.
The Mockingbird, Mimosa Lounge. Frequented by the locals, Boners that follow us, scallywags, scarlet ladies, vintage lovers, lazy loungers, cocktail slurpers and dine & dashers.
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.
Cornish food and drink delivered straight to your door! Produce sourced from over one hundred local farmers. Use their online shop or visit them in Walsingham Place behind Lemon Street Market . There is also a cafe upstairs serving delicious meals.
Open from Monday 15th June. 11am - 3/4pm Indulge waffle house serves freshly cooked sweet waffles with a superb choice of toppings.
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.
Re-opening 4th July for luncj and supper.
Enjoy stylish food and drink in the two AA Rosette Award winning Restaurant. The Alverton. Delicious food is available with a wide range of British favourites on the menu.
A light and airy cafe above Uneeka Life in the centre of Truro with lovely views over Boscawen Street.
When you walk into a Costa store the first thing you'll notice is the warm and welcoming atmosphere. Then the great range of authentic coffees and food to complement your drink.