Top restaurants in Truro
In the summer months, tourists flock to Cornwall, and many of them come to Truro to sightsee or shop. As you might expect from the country town of Cornwall, you will find many restaurants making the most of the local Cornish produce, including fresh fish. But beyond the traditional, you will also find that Truro has restaurants serving cuisines from all over the world.
Have lunch on a boat
Compton Castle paddle steamer, moored off Lemon Quay, has been transformed into a French coffee shop. The food is locally sourced and homemade, and it is best enjoyed with a cup of famous French Café Richard.
Falmouth Bay Sea Food Café is a place to enjoy your favourite seafood with a glass of bubbly. This restaurant regularly wins awards for its food and has also been given a “four blue fish” rating by fish2fork for its commitment to sustainable fishing.
Hooked! is another restaurant that takes full advantage of the availability of fresh, locally caught seafood. The menu includes Spanish tapas, a lobster tank, shellfish platters and delicious desserts. It’s also the place to go if you fancy a three-course pre-theatre dinner before catching a show.
Kathmandu Place serves Nepalese and Indian cuisine made from the freshest ingredients. This restaurant enjoys a good reputation locally for its welcoming atmosphere and healthy cuisine.
Oscars Coffee Shop and Deli is the place to have a lunch of local treats, including Grumpies pies, salads and artisan cakes. Before you leave, shop in the deli for some tasty ingredients and treats to take home.
Saffron is a Cornish restaurant that has been welcoming visitors and residents alike since 1999 with a menu reflecting the changing seasons. Ingredients are sourced from small producers and farms, many from the Truro area.