glasshalfempty's Qype reviews
Lemon Street Market, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2PN
glasshalfempty wrote on 30 April 2012An unusual venue, upstairs on the mezzanine overlooking the Lemon Street Market. Occasional live piano, and can be combined with a look at the art gallery, and all the little independent shops in the market. Very central, with multi storey car park alongside. Interesting cafe menu, with daily specials on a board. Cafe food of baked potatoes with toppings, a range of excellent made to order sandwiches, soups etc. Very popular, especially of course at lunchtime. We had a great roast beef sandwich with horseradish mayonnaise, and baked potato with beans, plus bottled water for £12.55 for two. Good coffee, and a big range of cakes. An excellent choice in central Truro during the day.
Tabernacle Street, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2EJ
glasshalfempty wrote on 11 October 2011
In a town not brimming with fine dining options, this is a welcome seafood restaurant, specialising in locally landed fare. I recently enjoyed grilled sardines to start, followed by bouillabaisse. It was good but not stunning in any way. The restaurant is a modern airy room, with the kitchen visible as in-flight entertainment.