Nestled in Lemon Street you can find Bustopher Jones which is a lovingly restored wine bar and restaurant.
Cornwall's Oldest Cornish Pasty Maker. With three shops in our great little city. You can find them near the Cathedral at High Cross, on Quay Street and in Victoria Square. They do a gluten free pasty, traditional steak and cheese and onion.
With an entry in the 25th edition of the Trenchermans Guide (2107), Tabbs is one of the places to eat in Truro.
Situated in the heart of Truro, The Old Grammar School is well known for it's fresh homemade lunches and evening tapas. Also its fantastic cocktails served late into the night!
A popular Nepalese and Indian restaurant. Dogs are welcome in the garden.
From traditional Cornish pasty to chicken, veg & steak & ale. It is a cafe within a bakery
Unique recipes with fresh ingredients from this Indian restaurant.
Upstairs in Waterstones you will find Cafe W. Serving locally made cakes, organic coffee and loose leaf teas.
February 2019 - currently closed for refurbishment - reopening soon. Tucked away up Pydar Mews, a shopping arcade off the main Pydar Street, Bambu cafe serves delicious food and drink within the heart of Truro.
All day breakfast, lunches, coffee, tea, and takeaway option. Friendly staff and a spacious, comfortable café - pop in today!