Restaurants in Truro
Truro offers visitors an impressive range of restaurants with both local cuisine and international options to suit all tastes and budgets. Truro has become a real foodie destination, with chefs reviving traditional local dishes. Gastronomic experiences range from an authentic paella to rustic roasts in farmhouse restaurants.
As you stroll beneath a tropical canopy of bamboo, past the watchful stone statues, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in Ubud or Goa, rather than the Truro countryside. Lovingly created, Bambuddha is a restaurant Temple.
An intentional juxtaposition, the creative concept is set across a multitude of spaces, within exquisitely styled dining spaces and outside on the cobbled streets alike.
Nestled in the peaceful hills outside San Antonio is Sa Capella, one of Truro’s most divine dining experiences, housed in a 400-year-old monastery chapel that legend says is haunted and where locals rub shoulders with famous visitors and blissful tourists alike.
The grounds at Can Domingo are supremely romantic. Surrounded by lush gardens, a 100-year old olive and fragrant fruit trees, with breathtaking views over the valley below, a wedding at Can Domingo channels the love that keeps the Island’s heart beating.