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Eating Out? Our Top Five Dinner Spots in Truro

So you want to have dinner out and you’re not sure where to head? Fear not! We’re here to recommend some of our favourite eateries for you during your stay at our hotel in Truro.

Mannings

Located toward the bottom of Lemon Street and just a stones throw from the Hall for Cornwall, we like Mannings’ cosmopolitan vibe for dinner and drinks. Sip a classic cocktail, or perhaps create one with the in-house mixologists, before sitting down for dinner. Mannings source local produce so the quality of food is always fantastic. What’s more, they’ve just launched an exciting new menu! Dinner now includes some full-flavoured Asian dishes as well as their usual juicy grill items. Go and check it out for some seriously tasty and diverse dining.

Thomas Daniell

At the top of Lemon Street, the recently renovated Thomas Daniell can offer some extremely impressive pub grub. With dishes like crispy garlic and parsley chicken and minced beef and onion roly-poly it’s not hard to be lured in. There’s a range of delicious desserts for those with a sweet tooth too!

The Rising Sun

Offering a varied and homely menu, the Rising Sun pub promises to satisfy any hungry tummy. Family friendly and with a dedicated menu for the kids, you’ll be able to enjoy baked Cornish Camembert as well as some locally caught mussels or scallops to start, before moving on to the classic sausage and mash or buttered baked breast of chicken. Their pudding list houses some of the favourites too, including apple crumble and sticky toffee.

Yue Restaurant

Next up, for those fancying a taste of the Orient, try out Yue restaurant. There’s an early bird offer up for grabs if you’re eating between 5:30-7:00pm, but the main menu’s your oyster after those hours! Based on the outskirts of the city centre, this restaurant offers a whole host of delicious Chinese staples as well as some more unusual finds.

Falmouth Bay Seafood Café

If you’ve come to Cornwall and haven’t had chance to try some fresh fish and chips yet, you may want to head over to the Falmouth Bay Seafood Café. Situated on Castle Street, this swish joint offers oysters and caviar as well as a range of sumptuous fish to get your taste buds going.

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