Truro restaurants

Pub in Truro

Heron

If the city gets too much, head a couple of miles to Malpas' delightful creek-side pub, worth a visit for its lovely views over the river. It's hard to top for a pint-with-a-view, and has a growing reputation for it…
Street Food in Truro

Craftworks Street Kitchen

Inside an old shipping container, this rough-and-ready little diner turns out the best street food in the city. Choose from delicious tacos and burritos like peri-peri chicken and beef brisket, served with taco slaw…
Seafood in Truro

Hooked!

It's in a rather odd position down a side street off Lemon Quay, but this is probably the best place in Truro for seafood – mussels, fish dishes and sumptuous seafood platters, with fish supplied by local stalwarts,…
British in Truro

Thomas Daniell

Run by the owners of the Old Grammar School cocktail bar, this sophisticated gastropub is looking sleek and modern since its recent refurbishment, and it's become one of the city's new favourites. Big wooden tables,…
Burgers in Truro

Hub Box

With three locations in Cornwall and another in Exeter, this ever-popular burger joint is definitely doing something right. This is the original and best of the bunch: the setting inside a converted church is fun, a…
Farm in Truro

Nancarrow Farm

This rural farm's bread-and-butter is hosting weddings, but it's also made a name for itself thanks to its lavish monthly feasts. They're usually themed – think Spanish fiesta, or seafood extravaganza – but generall…
Gastropub in Truro

Rising Sun

A little walk up Mitchell Hill brings you to this venerable stone-fronted pub, which is now a firm fixture for Truro's more discerning diners. Hearty dishes like roast pheasant, pan-fried sirloin and pork belly are …
Cafe in Truro

Bone China

With a determinedly vintage vibe, this quirky cafe has graduated from a small daytime operation to a lunch-and-dinner proposition: light bites, tapas and sharing boards are the speciality, along with lots of homemad…
Cafe in Truro

Cornish Food Box Company

If it's local provenance that's important, then look nowhere other than this backstreet deli-cafe. It started out packing up boxes of veg, meat and treats for customers, but have since branched out with a deli and s…
Bistro in Truro

Bustopher Jones

It's been open, closed and open again over recent years, but Bustopher's is back for downtown bistro dining: expect substantial dishes like pan-seared hake with a mussel-butter sauce and duck with dauphinoise potato…