Places To Eat In Truro

In Truro, there has been a huge rise in the amount of pubs, bars and eateries in recent years and if you’re staying at Truro Caravan and Camping Park then it would be a culinary sin to at least not have a drink in the city.

Secret Garden Café

The Secret Garden Café, located on Kenwyn Street makes healthy food tasty! The wholesome salads and healthy cakes served up here both look and taste great. It’s handy to note that they cater for gluten free, dairy free and vegan dietary needs.
15 Kenwyn Street, Truro, TR1 3BU
secretgardencafe.co.uk/

 

The Baking Bird

For a bit of indulgence go to The Baking Bird on Old Bridge Street and enjoy some of the best cakes you’ll find this side of the Tamar. The bakery, located in a converted church, has a huge selection of mouth-wateringly good cakes that look very easy on the eye and taste even better! If you have a sweet tooth, this is one of the best places to eat in Truro!
2 Old Bridge St, Truro, TR1 2AQ
facebook.com/TheBakingBird

 

The Hub Box

Also found on Kenwyn Street is a restaurant that started out as a converted shipping container on Lemon Quay but became so popular that they required an upgrade. This fantastic burger joint offers amazing grill-style food, from pulled-pork sandwiches and beef burgers to hot dogs and mackerel sandwiches, all the dishes are packed full of flavour. The fully licensed bar serves up cocktails and great craft beers.
116 Kenwyn Street, Truro
hubbox.co.uk/

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