Four new restaurants and cafes in Truro to try

July 12th, 2016

Cornwall is quickly becoming one of the best places for food in the UK. There are great places to get fresh, seasonal food, and many new restaurants and cafes are popping up. Why not treat yourself to any of these four new restaurants and cafes in Truro, all close to our self-catered holiday accommodation?

The Eatery at Camellia Interiors

The interior design showroom on Fairmantle Street also doubles up as an amazing coffee shop, so any one browsing for new additions to their home, can take a break and relax with a cup of coffee and a cake. All the cakes served are homemade, such as the rye and sea salt brownies. The food focuses on nutrition, fresh ingredients and clean eating.

Great Cornish Food Store cafe

At the edge of Waitrose’s new store in Truro, the Great Cornish Food Store cafe is not an average supermarket cafe. After you have stocked up on amazing Cornish food to make a fancy dinner at our self-catered cottages, you can grab a bite to eat first. Each dish served in the cafe is created by chef Paul Ripley and his team, using seasonal produce from local suppliers, including handmade pasties.


This new bar and coffee house might look small from the outside, but there are three floors inside of rustic decor and shabby-chic furnishings. The food served has a great street food spin, featuring flavours from all across the world, including a heavy influence from South Africa. There are also 12 taps serving craft beers and ciders brewed locally and from around the world.


This new cafe on Boscawen Street in Truro has been inspired by a love of delicious homemade food and good quality coffee. If you have a love for coffee, this is the place to go, with bespoke blend, locally roasted coffee made from 10% Ethiopian Gera, 40% Brazilian Daterra and 50% Guatemalan. There are also dairy and gluten free quiches and sandwiches available too.