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Xen Noodle Bar, Truro
Review by Colin Curless on 23 December 2013
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Best noodles in Truro, and i have tried from many restaurants/takeaways over the years in Truro.

Kathmandu Palace Nepalese restaurant, Truro
Review by nigel paterson on 14 December 2013
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

we went here recently with friends and it is definitely my favourite curry place- love the food, atmosphere and staff!

Kathmandu Palace Nepalese restaurant, Truro
Review by Casey B. on 10 November 2013
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

I visited last night (9th November) with a friend. The last time I visited the Kathmandu Palace was in August or September 2010, I have fond memories of the place as the first time I tried a curry. Last night did not disappoint - first class service, beautiful food. Thanks to those who made my friend and I feel so welcome, and our visit hassle-free. The disabled access to the restaurant is worth a five-star rating on its own, as is every other aspect. I am especially grateful to whomever it was that helped me identify the starter I had on that visit three years ago - it was wonderful to enjoy that again.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by Clare Richards on 19 August 2013
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Highly recommend this Restaurant, every time I have visited with friends,partner we have had a wonderful time. The service, staff and the food are outstanding, very family friendly. We are local and this is one of our first choices for special occasions. A++++

The Market Inn, Truro
Review by lizzy shore on 8 August 2013
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

I went here for lunch with friends today.....the second time I have been, and as usual the food was delicious....garlic prawns, garlic chicken and tortilla along with straw chips oooh!! I cant wait to go again. TRY IT! the staff are so nice as well x

The Market Inn, Truro
Review by Rik Evans on 3 May 2013
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

A really relaxed and friendly atmosphere with some of the best waiting staff I have experienced make this a great place to eat.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by nina jones on 26 January 2013
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Delicious food. Lovely atmospher. Friendly staff. I highly recomend it for a family day time meal or meal out in the evening with friends.

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Sophie Sweatman on 28 November 2012
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Both courses I had, the crispy fish with mango salad and the beef were made using local ingredients and a glass of white followed by red were recommended to go with each course.
What struck me was how peaceful food is from the part of Asia Chantek specialises in, with inventive, inspired food combinations and spices with top notch ingredients.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by Danny Hawkins on 23 June 2012
Rating: 3Rating: 3Rating: 3Rating: 3Rating: 3

Fantastic food that was all freshly prepared, however the service was not very good. 3 different members of staff served us with no continuity. At the end of our meal the coffees just didn't turn up after being ordered.

Fodders Wholefood Restaurant and Expresso Bar, Tru
Review by brenda weekley on 29 May 2012
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

My lunch rocked! Mackeral so fresh they were swimming in the ocean last night! The food was sooo good!

Fodders Wholefood Restaurant and Expresso Bar, Tru
Review by Tamsin Newcombe on 16 April 2012
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

MUCH better than Rodda's.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Andrew lings on 14 April 2012
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Highly recomended, superb meal, cooked to perfection,pleasent staff with great service.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Linda Caudell on 18 March 2012
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Fantastic tasty food,excellent service and friendly staff.Certainly worth 5 star rating thank you for a lovely evening
L & C Truro

Victoria Inn, Truro
Review by Matthew Cheeseman on 10 February 2012
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Went here for Lunch in January. Nice bright eating area with friendly staff. Menu offered a carvery and typical pub grub which erred on the side of generousity in regard to portion size. Food was good and served within 15-20 mins of ordering. Will go there again. Car park was rather full, but parking on the road outside was possible.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by catherine bicknell on 10 February 2012
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Superb food & wine and excellent service. This is our second visit and will keep coming back.

Fodders Wholefood Restaurant and Expresso Bar, Tru
Review by Katherine Wardle on 19 December 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Great little place for a bite to eat whilst out shopping. Food is freshly made and tasty and staff very friendly. Highly recommended, we'll visit again.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Malcolm Slim on 4 November 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Visited this Restaurant on the second day of my holiday last week and was knocked out by the quality of the food and incredibly efficient yet friendly service.I have just revisited today. Everything about this restaurant makes you want to come back time and time again. This is THE best quality and value for money food I have eaten in Cornwall. Highly recommend!

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by Raul Miranda on 30 October 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

ciao¡ I am the oldest pizza restaurant in Torquay simius and I would like to get in touch with you about job openings formed in the restaurant, if you could I would like to get in touch with Rossi and Jorge Ignacio well as is possible or if Cheko thanks hope your answer a greeting from granada Spain.
my most sincere congratulations for the restaurant is very welcoming and friendly

The Plume Restaurant and Bar., Truro
Review by Lisa Monaghan on 13 October 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

My family and mum visited the Plume Restaurant, for Sunday lunch, we had a excellent experience, lovely food, good portions value for money and great for children and very airey with great service and enviroment, have recommended it to friends and family.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Neil Gould on 2 October 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

My wife and I booked at this restaurant for the first time last night. Andrew himself answered the phone when I made the booking, and it was a delight to meet him and his happy staff. I even heard the Chef's approval when I ordered the Fillet Steak bleu!
Wonderful food in a stylish atmosphere. We'll be back!

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Trevor Lockwood on 30 September 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Having had lunch at Gravy on a couple of occasions, both of which were very fine indeed, we decided to have dinner there on 14 September. As usual, we were given a very warm welcome to this delightful little restaurant.
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The starter of asparagus spears topped with a poached egg and parmesan shavings was light, simple and astonishingly delicious. Then I had the fillet of sea bream with its interesting and spicy accompaniment of vegetables - superb. My dining partner chose the baked sea bass which she found absolutely scrumptious. No room for pud this time but I can heartily recommend the chocolate pot - I've enjoyed it on previous visits.

The wine is reasonably priced, the presentation of the food second to none and the warm welcome extends throughout the meal. I felt at the end I was leaving old friends.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by alan turner on 26 September 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Made our first visit to Gravy on friday but it will not be the last booked again for this saturday!!Excellent front of house with Phillipa and food was great and good value.Looks like it will become one of the top dining spots in Truro

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Rachel Spanswick on 9 September 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

This little treasure is our absolute favourite place to eat out when go to Cornwall. A cosy place with a very friendly atmosphere - the food is excellent with an extensive menu including old favourites and some superb speciality dishes and the service is excellent. Raj, Sunny and the team are always excellent hosts - very friendly and charming - infact are their staff are a joy and nothing is every too much trouble. Every visit has been equally good but my daughter's recent 21st celebrations were outstanding and the staff sang to her and gave her a baileys and also a card and a bottle of wine. These days we book but even if you haven't, they always manage to fit us in if we dont mind having drinks while having a short wait. Wish we lived nearer as it would definitely become a regular haunt - truly outstanding in every way.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Bette French on 28 August 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Whats not to like!
From the greeting received as we entered to the service throughout, menu, ambience and value for money this is certainly rates amongst the best in the West of England.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Amzz 1234 on 19 August 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

I have just got back, I am 11 years old and me and my family are on holiday in Cornwall. It was my dad's birthday and they gave him a card which was really nice. Everything was great, the food, the atmosphere, just fantastic. It was our first time and I love it! I would definately go there again!

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Marc S on 19 August 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

We have just returned from our first visit to Kathmandu palace. We are a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 kids) on a week's holiday in Cornwall, and we had a great evening with excellent Indian/Nepalese cuisine. Great atmosphere and service in this family friendly restaraunt. It was my birthday and they gave me a card and a brandy, sang happy birthday and gave me a bottle of nepalese beer to take home which was a nice touch, they certainly made it a memorable evening. The lamb Momo starter and my main dish of Sherpa Lamb (both nepalese dishes) were superb. We will definitely return!

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Leslie Lawson-Kinross on 15 August 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Popped in for lunch on Saturday 13th August and have to say the food was amazing. My husband had potato and rosemary soup as a starter which was delicious. Tempted by the specials, I had the pan fried hake with mussels in a vermouth sauce and my husband had the Thai beef salad. Both dishes were cooked to perfection, the beef fillet just melted in the mouth. Portion sizes were very generous and my husband was given the option of a smaller main as he was also having a starter. After polishing off a couple of desserts and coffee we were expecting the worst when we paid the bill but at around £20 per head we were really pleasantly surprised. The service was exceptional and credit must be given to all for their professionalism and equally friendly manner. I look forward to my next visit.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by marilyn cullen on 11 August 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

I come to Cornwall about 2-3 times a year to visit my daughter and whilst here we enjoy trying new places to eat . We found this hidden away restaurant and were lucky to do so.The food was excellent,the interior cosy and welcoming,and the staff very friendly and informative about the menu . All thats left to say is you must go and sample for yourself it will not disappoint. Ms Cullen

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Hannah Budge on 27 July 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

This is a lovely intimate restaurant with the bonus of a patio area for al fresco dining.
My husband and I enjoyed a fantastic meal here with Andrew and his staff making us feel very welcome and well looked after, nothing was too much trouble.
The restaurant was new, fresh and clean. Even the toilet was nice!
The food was wonderful, of fantastic quality and generous portions. You even get to watch your dinner being cooked. The mussels were delicious!
We would definitely return and would recommend you visit this lovely place.

Saffron Restaurant, Truro
Review by Juliet & David Hills on 21 July 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

This restaurant is amazing and worth a visit every time you are in Truro, whether for lunch or dinner. We came across it by accident at Easter and made a point of returning earlier this week to sample some more lovely fresh ingredients put together in unusual and exciting dishes. We particularly like their desserts, but everything is lovely and the staff very friendly. The chefs pride themselves on their use of good local ingredients in innovative ways and it really works!

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Heather Wood on 21 July 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Very nice welcome by the staffs. They looked after us great even though it was a very busy night. The food was excellent, I never had that taste of curry in Truro, even in Cornwall! Me and my boyfriend had never tried Nepalese food and I have to say it was amazing.Its very light and delicious. Thanks to all the staff for giving us a great experience.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Vanessa Graham on 18 July 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Exquisite - fabulous food, service and ambiance. 5 out of 5 diners had faboulous meals ; 5 out of 5 to the restaurant !

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Tim & Sue Cocks on 15 June 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

A charity evening was held at Gravy Boesti on Friday 10th June which we were exceptionally delighted with. The delicious food and pleasant staff all made the evening very enjoyable. We would thoroughly recommend the restaurant to all our friends and certainly go back ourselves.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Louise Tellam on 20 May 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

We went to Gravy for lunch having already sampled the evening fare. What can I say....Amazing! The food was fresh, tasty and the atmosphere bustling and alive. Would definitely recommend Gravy for lunch and especially the Tricolore Ciabatta!

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by James Dixon on 18 May 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Fantastic restaurant! Been many times, and the food and service are second to none, Brilliant wine list (Chantek own label wines are some of the best I've tasted) and very reasonable pricing, given the quality and upmarket nature of the restaurant. I'll be back, that's for sure!

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Jana Maraz on 14 May 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

I live overseas and have travelled all over Europe and Chantek is the best Asian restaurant I have found so far!
I have never seen such a range of dishes on a menu. The fish wrapped in banana leaf was fantastic, spices, ginger, and vegetables inside, complex tastes that worked together well, the fish perfectly cooked and tasted good, flavour from the leaf, aromatic, not too dry, a quite rare perfect dish.
Sizzling seafood had many ingredients, the best things from the whole sea, but still fresh, with a delicious peppery sauce Tom yum had authentic Asian spicies, especially galangal, very fresh, vegetables still crunchy with flavoursome roots. Crispy fish and mango salad, was a totally new dish for me, perfectly balanced.
Pollack green curry was the best fish curry I ever had, served with aromatic coconut rice and chicken in pandan leaf was tender with aromas of pandan leaf coming through.
ice creams were a pleasant surprise with a tri of oriental ginger, mango sorbet and coconut ice cream
the Bonada red wine was a really nice complement to the food and the Chantini a memorable aperitif served with a whole star anise.
the atmosphere was beautiful with the lights and colour combination, not too bright, it felt cosy and warm, quite modern and beautiful, the staff were warm and friendly too.
It was good to see the open kitchen, I ate on both floors , the upper floor was even more cosy
I would recommend this to everyone
Jana - luxembourg

Shanghai Lounge Chinese Restaurant and Take-away
Review by jayne willis on 13 May 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

First time visit here. Will be back again. Excellent food,very friendly staff and good value for money.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Valda Gazzard on 4 May 2011
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Great food, friendly helpful service, lovely ambience.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Pete Tomlinson on 30 April 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

First visit this afternoon, very impressed, staff very helpful, food excellent, a very relaxing afternoon and being open all day suits us very well. Very suitable decor. Definitely one to revisit.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Simon Blunt on 28 April 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Initially I was just looking for somewhere different to eat with 3 close friends. I looked at the on-line menu...liked what I saw..so phoned to book a table for dinner. My call was answered by Andrew Browning (the owner)and I was immediately enthralled by his enthusiasm in explaining his concept and ideas for his 'baby'..Gravy Boesti! We talked for some time and I had a really good feeling that this restaurant was going to be good.

Well...as it happens...'good' is not good enough a word to describe the delights of this establishment....from the personal welcome, to the decor, to the ambiance, to the service and to the food...the word that springs readily to mind is SUPERB !!!

My friends and I had such a great experience that I changed the venue of my 50th birthday to Gravy so that I could allow even more friends to enjoy its many pleasures.

Andrew and his staff gave us an evening of fantastic food and wine, not forgetting birthday cake....all provided with casual sophistication. They really did me proud.

As this is a restaurant review I suppose I should make more comment about the food but to single out individual dishes would be doing a dis-service to the others...so I'll just say it is all fresh, beautifully presented and full of amazing flavours that linger...but unfortunately not long enough !!!

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Nik Boyle on 19 April 2011
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I have just read the review by Lee trewella in the west briton and wanted to drop a quick line to say congratulations good luck, lee is a very tough customer!!! the menu looks fantastic and the reviews speak for themselves. i cant wait to come in and see what you have done to the old girl!! once again well done and good luck, i sincerely hope you have a fantastic summer.

Nik Boyle

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Michelle Barnes on 6 April 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Fab food, great surroundings, friendly warm welcome and service. Been twice for lunch, looking forward to an evening meal sat outside with a chilled bottle of wine.Would and have recommended to friends.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Marilyn O'Neill on 2 April 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Lovely restaurant with comfortable surroundings and an excellent reception from the staff. The food was exceptional. I have recommended it to all my friends - will probably have trouble booking a table now!. Well done Andrew & team - see you on Mother's Day,

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Ian Gutridge on 1 April 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

My wife and I had a three course lunch yesterday. The restaurant decor and ambience was excellent, the staff were friendly and attentive and the food was both delicious and reasonably priced. We are already planning our next visit

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Matthew Clarke on 30 March 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Thank you very much for a goregous meal this evening. Slendid presentation and very clear flavours. Beans were perfectly done - and the sauces were lovely - especially the fennell. The dark choc torte is recommended to everyone.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Dan woodmason on 30 March 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Myself and friends visited this restaurant after several recomondations from family - and was certainly worth it. All the meals were freshly made,wide choice of meals and the presentation was impeccable, served with a genuine smile.

Opening a new restaurant can only be a daunting thing - particularly in these present times... but Andrew and his team have a place not only to eat a mouth watering meal but a place where you feel genuinly welcomed giving you time so you can relax and enjoy a fantastic meal with friends in a pleasant atmosphere.

This really is the place to eat in Truro!

I very much look forward to returning soon, and in the summer maybe even a bottle of wine outside in the Cornish air.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Faye Abbotts on 30 March 2011
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Gravy has a really relaxed atmosphere, lovely food and great attention to detail. Have been twice now and am looking forward to my next visit!

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by suzie skudder on 29 March 2011
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what a suprise, off the main high street, clean, pleasant atmosphere larger inside than appears from street level, with a patio area at the back. Staff where polite and very helpful in the choices from the menu which was excellent plus specials of the day.
Opening hours are good from 10 am until late.
Excellent will go again and bring some friends or family next time.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by ann curgenven on 26 March 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

superb meal, beautifully cooked, i had the special fresh cod fillet, no bones! cooked to perfection, and the raspberry cheesecake was out of this world, try it!

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Lillian and Malcolm Moyle on 26 March 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

We have a passion for good food and were not disappointed by all the courses that were served. The staff were exeedingly helpful and polite. We will definately be visiting again very soon.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Sarah-Jane Noakes on 26 March 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

I thought that the interior was contemporary, warm and welcoming. Staff were friendly, welcoming yet unobtrusive. The food was excellent, tasty and well presented. It was also a lovely place to be able to spend quality time with friends. The range of wines available made it easy with help from the handsome waiter to pick the perfect wine to accompany the meal! I am looking forward to treating my mum to a meal on mothers day.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Holly Best on 26 March 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Lovely restaurant, relaxed atmosphere but amazingly tasty & well presented food! Went to Gravy with friends for dinner & intend to return next week to sample the lunch menu.
The dark chocolate & pistachio torte for desert was a little slice of heaven on a plate.....I most definately recommend!

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by John Clarke on 19 March 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

A relaxing venue for a leisurely meal.Freshly prepared the fish dishes are superb,the individual touch to a basic dish such as grilled mackerel made it absolutely delicious. Seeing the chefs at work in the kitchen added to the welcoming atmosphere and the staff are friendly and efficient.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Viv Broadhurst on 17 March 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Not only had an evening meal, but came back for lunch. The food is not only superbly presented, cooked perfectly and very tasty, but fresh and innovative. Great vegetarian food, hubby liked the burger and the pan-fried cod.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Tom Wade on 15 March 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

This restaurant is by far the best I have eaten in in a long time. The service was really good, our waitress looked after us so well. The food was outstanding, the burger was cooked just to my liking, the open plan kitchen really adds to the atmosphere. I can't wait for summer to eat out in the garden!

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Kirsty O'Neill on 14 March 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

I was very impressed with this restaurant. Lovely surroundings and the food is fantastic! Would definately recommend the burger.....DELICIOUS!! Will definately be returning.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Ian Moyle on 25 February 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

I had a great meal here! Attention to detail was obvious in clean surroundings and the food was so good I am going to return. Very polite service and pleasant atmosphere.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Dave Matthews on 24 February 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Gravy Boesti previously Gaudis is superb. The chef cooked our food to perfection and the so called "Gravy Twist" was apparent on the soup of the day, the fillet steak sauce and the stunning desserts! Top service and personal attention from Andrew (the boss). An absolute must for your next meal in Truro.

Gravy Boesti, Truro
Review by Patricia Broadhust on 24 February 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

I have been to this restaurant twice now and it is fabulous! The food is excellent, the service good and the atmosphere very welcoming. Congratulations to Andrew and the team and I look forward to many more visits and shall certainly recommend it to all of my friends

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by AMANDA CLARK on 23 February 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

My daughter has cystic fibrosis and is in hospital regularly and as a treat her grandad started taking her to pieros while she was admitted,it has now become custom for us to go there, and even at other times as a family we absolutely love it !
The food is outstanding and the service is great ,but most of all my daughter loves the chef who winks at her,and the white bait for starters!!! keep up the good work and dont change a thing.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by sidney craze on 20 February 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

This is one of our favourite places to eat in Cornwall. The food never fails to please. The staff are always friendly and very helpful.A place to dine and relax,enjoy the Italian experience.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by pam Lester on 19 February 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

We, with friends visit Piero's Ristorante every saturday and have done so for many years. We have always found the staff very welcoming and friendly and the food is excellent, plenty of it and such wonderful flavours. The Choices are many and varied. I would recommend this Ristorante to anyone.

Bustophers Bar Bistro., Truro
Review by sherry sanderson on 17 February 2011
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We wend to Bustophers for a friends birthday. The atmosphere was great and the food was wonderful and worth every penny and will return again.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Robert Alan on 15 February 2011
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Fantastic Restaurant! Lovely meal and very homely atsmosphere. I reccomend this restaurant.

Yak and Yeti Napalese Restaurant, Truro
Review by Pauline Thomas on 14 February 2011
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Thought we would try this for the first time. Unfortunately our experience was not a good one. Clearly they had tried to book too many covers. Food arrived, small portions and not very hot, a little worrying for the meat dishes. Trying to catch someones eye was difficult. Things that we ordered did not arrive so eventually after waiting a long time for the bill i went to the bar myself to get it, asked to wait and again had to go back to request it. people were standing around waiting for tables to be reset. Food ok but not great service not good atall. They need to understand the impact of turning tables and over booking has on the service they offer. Thats the part that makes customers return. Unfortunately we will not be returning.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Becky Sampson on 7 February 2011
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

The best curry in Truro! I would certainly order the same dish again: the meat and sauce was a beautiful balance of flavours and spices; the rice was light and tasty. We will see you soon! From Becky (girl with dreadlocks!) and Russ.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by sara smith on 2 February 2011
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HI Raj food was really nice,good atmosphere and we had a lovely evening last sunday.thanks to all staffs at kathmandu. also we would like to congratulate you for coming top 50 restaurant in the UK. see you again

Manning's Restaurant, Truro
Review by Hazel Cowls on 22 January 2011
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Lovely decor, very stylish. Excellent service. Reasonable choice on menu, unfortunately only two choices available for people that eat vegetarian meals. Disappointingly they staff were unable to amend the choice ie. remove olives as I was informed it was already added to the dish, so does the kitchen prepare food well in advance of orders. Aside from the lack of vegetarian dishes the food was well presented and tasty.

Tabbs, Truro
Review by Diana Dudden on 17 December 2010
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Why haven't I been here before? Why has no one ever told me how fabulous the food is?

Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe, Truro
Review by Little Dark One on 13 December 2010
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From the moment you find you way to the door (which is an adventure in itself!) The Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe, does nothing but delight and surprise. The food is beautiful in it's simplicity. The service discreet yet personal. Great thanks to Valerie for sharing her divine food with us and Vicki for serving us with such elegance and style. It's a 4.5 out of five.

Manning's Restaurant, Truro
Review by Rachel Coles on 7 December 2010
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In a word, amazing! I had not been for a good 5 years but had been meaning too. I went back the following week it was that good and tried something else! Well worth the money, I think its the best place to eat in Truro.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Cynthia Potter on 27 November 2010
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What can I say! This is an absolutely lovely experience in eating out. Would definately reccommend this little restaurant to all my friends. Its a relaxing environment with very friendly staff and you must go if only to meet Sunny. Congratulations on being recognised at the top 50 curry houses in the Uk. Its well deserved in my opinion. Keep up the friendly atmosphere as this makes the place enjoyable to eat in.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Andrew Barr on 26 November 2010
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Myself & family have thoroughly enjoyed an evening out with you last week. We will definately reccommend this little restaurant The Kathmandu Palace to our friends. The meal was fantastic, we found the whole experience very relaxing, homely and very hospitable. The service especially that of the Manager Sunny was very charming, thoughtful and ambivalent of the eating experience. We specially come to see him and enjoy our evening out. Keep up the good work. Thanking you. Andrew Barr

review by Simon Tonkin
Review by Simon Tonkin on 3 October 2010
Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5

Having heard good things about the Shanghai Lounge we were definitely not disappointed. Warm friendly staff and a very welcoming atmosphere. Excellent food (recommend the birds nest) and good value for money. We will be visiting again.

Tabbs, Truro
Review by Tracy Date on 27 September 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

What a little gem of a place....dont be decieved by the exterior they are open and there is a very warm welcome that awaits you if you venture inside. This was one of the best meals we have had in Cornwall would definetly recommend the venison ...but everthing was seasonal and locally produced..they also have a very good wine list, Its not cheap but we would thought it was really good value for the quality ...stands head and shoulders above some of the big names in Truro where sometimes it feels thats excatly what your paying for. Take our advice and give Tabbs a visit you wont be dissapointed .

Tabbs, Truro
Review by Jason Thomas on 26 September 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

25th sep 2010
Haddock soup for starters
LAMB main
Toffee pudding starters

well what can i say,the service tho polite was a little disapointing due to the fact the waitress was new and was a little forgetful with asking for drinks, and something to stir the coffe with, and not knowing the menu at all ;(

The wine menu was 4 x as big as the menu,
very nice seating and layout,
The food ......

OMG better than any others i have ever tried and i have eaten in a few trust me,
The soup was amasing full of flavour complimented with awesome crunchy bread.

The lamb tender perfectly cooked and the potatoes and courgetts were out of this world.

pudding with his home made chocs were to die for and a real indulgence.

Im a caterer and very paticular in what i eat

The has got to be at least 95/100 only let down by the service

A gem in Truro and possibly the best in cornwall, Fifteen isnt even in this league, this place is in the same league as Ramseys.

well done guys and keep up the hard work

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Janette Sibley on 21 September 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

At the beginning of September, I found myself searching for Thai Ready meals, as I had no local restaurant to call upon and 20 guests all expecting to sample Thai food. Chantek came after some searching, key words: ready meals, Thai and I phoned to discuss my requirements on Tuesday 31/8/2010. On Sat 4.9.10 I received my order, a selection of six different main courses and Jasmine rice, all tastes were catered for and everybody was most impressed with the food served on sun 5.9.10, it was excellent and not too much nor too little in quantity. If frozen ready meals are the way forward then Chantek must be at the top of my list for Service, delivery, customer service, taste par excellence.
By the way, I live in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, not Cornwall, which shows this delivery, was no mean feat.


Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Nicky on 6 September 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

I've spent a few enjoyable evenings at Indaba over the last couple of years. On my recent visit I had the goan seafood curry, which was bursting with flavour and simply excellent. My friend had the monkfish and creamy mash dish, which looked delicious too. We had forgone our starter to allow for pud, so creme brulee for my friend and an eton mess concoction for myself - both finished off the evening very well. We hadn't booked and when we arrived at about 8pm downstairs was very busy, however we were shown to a table on the balcony upstairs which was absolutely lovely, particularly as the patio heaters more than made up for the slight coolness of a cornish summer evening. I recommend Indaba to anyone and with the set price early evening cut down 'pre-theatre menu' available you don't even need it to be a special occasion.

The Norway Inn, Truro
Review by Gill Roper on 27 August 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

If you like simple food cooked to perfection then I would like to recommend the hake in lemon butter sauce served with a selection of veg that I had the other day! Good service, plenty of choice and I will definitely be back. Congrats to the chef.

Saffron Restaurant, Truro
Review by Andrew Swire on 21 August 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

This has to be one of those precious gems that those in the know return to time after time. The menu is always different and interesting as so much of the food is sourced locally, and is available only during its season. We have had many pleasurable meals at Saffron: the service is always both competent and caring and so long as one is prepared for a wait during very busy times (though they always seem to find time to get a drink to the table), we always leave contented.
The Express Lunch is on of my favourite deals, as it allows for a small starter, a choice of entree from the chef's specials of the day and a drink at a very reasonable price. A visit to Saffron is a great way to make the day out in Truro something special.

Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe, Truro
Review by Moya Vermeulen on 15 August 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Forget all the TOP TV cheffs
The BEST fish Restaurant is in truro. The dedication and service from Valerie and her team shines through in every delicious dish.
For me its by far the best restaurant i ever been to,and one i recomend to all my friends.

Tabbs, Truro
Review by Brian Terry on 6 August 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Tabbs is open for lunch again! We have had the builders in for months and what was needed this week was a bit of abreak from it all. We ended up shopping in Truro and Tabbs for lunch. The food and service were every bit as good as the evening experience. All that seemed to be missing is the amuse bouche. Our starters were the goats cheese and the soup, followed by the neck of lamb and the pork. Everything was cooked to perfection and Nigel even had my wife's favourite deep fried courgetees as the green vegetable. In conclusion, if you want a liesurely lunch of the highest quality, look no further than Tabbs.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Aaron Krishnan on 25 July 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

What can i say, theres no place like it, and no one like the legend that is the SUNNY KRISHNAN

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Mateja on 22 July 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

The menu is brilliant and it was really difficult to make a decision. In the end I decided to go for my lucky number 23. It was delicious! You also want to try something with their home made sweet chilli sauce. We ate there three times in four days and didn't get bored. It's official, Chantek is my favourite restaurant. Not only is the food delicious, the interior is very well thought out and service was very good. I'll be back!

Manning's Restaurant, Truro
Review by Jase C on 20 May 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Had an overnight stay at the hotel which included a voucher for £35 off your evening meal. The food and service were great, and the Bolly champers was out of this world. I will be back.

Tabbs, Truro
Review by R Brittle on 15 May 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Lovely meal. Friendly service. Innovative and modern. Good Food.

Tabbs, Truro
Review by R Brittle on 14 May 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

A recent visit to this restaurant was delightful. Imaginative, well presented good food in a modern atmosphere. Friendly service. It lived up to its expectations.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Deidre on 12 May 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We thoroughly enjoyed our dining experience at the Indaba Fish Restaurant last weekend. The meal was superb: the flavours of the each dish were melded together delightfully. Our compliments to the chef and his team. The floor staff were attentive, polite and friendly. The service was prompt and good. Lovely waitresses, well done girls. The atmosphere is minimalist and sophisticated. A very well put together package. A find dining experience. many thanks to the Indaba team. We will return.

Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe, Truro
Review by Harry Forbes, New Hampshire, USA on 3 March 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

I recently went to the Falmouth Bay Seafood Café after hearing it heartily recommended by all my “foodie” pals in England. First of all the Location is quite excellent and the décor inside is quite beautiful and put me immediately in a summer frame of mind. The food is simply divine. I had the Hake, whilst my Wife had the monkfish wrapped in Parma Ham, she had to concede that it was the best fish Dish she had ever tasted. The staff were brilliantly attentive and welcoming. Valerie was the ultimate hostess and made us feel truly at home. Quite possible the best Restaurant I have been to in the UK, In fact it puts the Fat Duck and Rick Stein’s place to shame. Bravo!

Shanghai Lounge Chinese Restaurant and Take-away
Review by C.Bouttell on 1 March 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

My daughter & young grandson ate here on 27/02/10 before going to the Hall for Truro to see Barbara Dickson. I had the Mongolian barbecued lamb & my daughter had the lamb hotpot. We both agreed that the lamb was "melt in the mouth", absolutely delicious. Service was very good. As our first visit here, we agreed we would definitely go again.

Shanghai Lounge Chinese Restaurant and Take-away
Review by Diane Short on 16 January 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

It is refreshing to find a Chinese Restaurant with consistently great food but the Shanghai Lounge in Truro manages to please every time.The takeaway food always tastes very fresh with perfect al dente vegetables.There seems to be a lack of the generic seasoning found in most chinese takeaways.A takeaway from the Shanghai Lounge tastes like they have specifically made it for you.Because the seasoning is not overpowering the real taste of the ingredients comes through.Having had many takeaways from this restaurant I know this is not a fluke, as they never fail to please.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Anth & Ed on 4 January 2010
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Had the best curry ever from here on Friday evening, plus the restaurant owner/staff were absolutely delightful, keep up the good work!!...will definitely be going back, i loved it!!

Shanghai Lounge Chinese Restaurant and Take-away
Review by Kerry Hawker on 31 December 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Excellent service and the food is not to be missed, Will definately eat here again!!!!

Shanghai Lounge Chinese Restaurant and Take-away
Review by simon fox on 22 December 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

if you love authentic chinese cuisine then this is the best place in cornwall to sample it. ive been waiting for a restaurant like this to open in cornwall for 25 years.... it was worth the wait!

there are lots of different specialities on offer and the lovely front of house/owner ying, will help you choose the perfect meal.

the take-away delivery service is a boon but for that authentic atmosphere book a table and enjoy!

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Natasha and Edward on 1 November 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We were recommended Indaba by a bank employee at Natwest in Bodmin. We were on the first day of our honeymoon and changing over our bank details when we asked for a good fish restaurant without all the airs and graces of Steins. Having been to Cornwall many times, we tend to stay away from Padstow and all the Stein-ness that it has to offer as it has gradually changed the place.

Anyway, we booked Indaba for the Thursday night and took the drive from St Columb Major over to Truro. Both of us were excited as we both love fresh seafood and trying new dishes...we wasn't disappointed!
Indaba is located up a small side road near the multi storey car park in Truro and opposite the side of Wetherspoons.

Upon arrival we were guided upstairs to the bar area whilst our table was prepared. For a Thursday night in September the restaurant was surprisingly busy. Unbeknown to us, my inlaws had arranged a glass of champagne on arrival which really personalised our experience and set the mood for the evening. They had also arranged wine (Scotto Cabernet Sauvignon) with our meal too...even better. Although I wouldn't normally choose red wine with seafood, this was a beautiful drop of red which we found very easy to drink!

For starters my husband had Cullen Skink, which was to die for! It was so tasty but not busy in the mouth. It was very fresh and clean tasting that I was almost jealous with his choice...until I tried mine! I had Crab Bisque which was beautiful! The actual broth was clean, spicy and devilishly moreish! The crab piled in the centre was so delicate and light that I wish I could've had more! We both had crusty bread with our starters but trust me, it isn't needed...eyes bigger than belly spring to mind!
The right amount of time was given between starter and main course and it gives you a chance to check out the hustle and bustle of the restaurant. The kitchen is in full view and so is the fresh fish that is available.

On to the main...

Husband had Duo of Seabass and Scallops on a delightful butternut squash risotto. The seabass and scallops were cooked to perfection and the risotto was melt in the mouth.
I had the Steamed Shellfish Platter with the most freshest shellfish I am ever likely to taste! Just think: steamed oysters, scallops, tiger prawn, clams, langoustine, mussels and cockles...oh and razor clams, which I found a little scary but tasty all the same.

After eating all of the above we found very little room for dessert so are unable to comment on this part of the menu. However we saw quite a few people who had left some room and they had smiles on their faces so they must be good!

The bill was very reasonable for such exceptional fish. Yes our drinks were bought for us beforehand, but we think every penny was worth it! Who needs the big names when eating out? Not us we say!
Can't wait for our next trip in March because we'll be down with my inlaws and taking them for some tasty tucka!

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Natasha and Edward on 1 November 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We were recommended Indaba by a bank employee at Natwest in Bodmin. We were on the first day of our honeymoon and changing over our bank details when we asked for a good fish restaurant without all the airs and graces of Steins. Having been to Cornwall many times, we tend to stay away from Padstow and all the Stein-ness that it has to offer as it has gradually changed the place.

Anyway, we booked Indaba for the Thursday night and took the drive from St Columb Major over to Truro. Both of us were excited as we both love fresh seafood and trying new dishes...we wasn't disappointed!
Indaba is located up a small side road near the multi storey car park in Truro and opposite the side of Wetherspoons.

Upon arrival we were guided upstairs to the bar area whilst our table was prepared. For a Thursday night in September the restaurant was surprisingly busy. Unbeknown to us, my inlaws had arranged a glass of champagne on arrival which really personalised our experience and set the mood for the evening. They had also arranged wine (Scotto Cabernet Sauvignon) with our meal too...even better. Although I wouldn't normally choose red wine with seafood, this was a beautiful drop of red which we found very easy to drink!

For starters my husband had Cullen Skink, which was to die for! It was so tasty but not busy in the mouth. It was very fresh and clean tasting that I was almost jealous with his choice...until I tried mine! I had Crab Bisque which was beautiful! The actual broth was clean, spicy and devilishly moreish! The crab piled in the centre was so delicate and light that I wish I could've had more! We both had crusty bread with our starters but trust me, it isn't needed...eyes bigger than belly spring to mind!
The right amount of time was given between starter and main course and it gives you a chance to check out the hustle and bustle of the restaurant. The kitchen is in full view and so is the fresh fish that is available.

On to the main...

Husband had Duo of Seabass and Scallops on a delightful butternut squash risotto. The seabass and scallops were cooked to perfection and the risotto was melt in the mouth.
I had the Steamed Shellfish Platter with the most freshest shellfish I am ever likely to taste! Just think: steamed oysters, scallops, tiger prawn, clams, langoustine, mussels and cockles...oh and razor clams, which I found a little scary but tasty all the same.

After eating all of the above we found very little room for dessert so are unable to comment on this part of the menu. However we saw quite a few people who had left some room and they had smiles on their faces so they must be good!

The bill was very reasonable for such exceptional fish. Yes our drinks were bought for us beforehand, but we think every penny was worth it! Who needs the big names when eating out? Not us we say!
Can't wait for our next trip in March because we'll be down with my inlaws and taking them for some tasty tucka!

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Tom on 28 September 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Kathmandu Palace is a wonderful all round dining experience, and is quite probably my favourite restaurant anywhere in the world. A combination of the most friendly service I have ever found in an eating establishment, the charming little restaurant itself, and truly outstanding food, makes for a restaurant that is totally untouchable in Cornwall, and I would argue is as good as anywhere in the country. Some of the food defies description. You just have to try it. My one tip is that you absolutely must try the Momo starter, you will not regret it. I could waffle on forever about every aspect of this brilliant place. All I can really say is go and try it for yourself. I have no doubt that you will love what you will find, and that your meal will be a memorable experience. This restaurant will become a part of your life very quickly.

Bustophers Bar Bistro., Truro
Review by Jessica on 3 September 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Bustophers in Truro is a beautifully presented restaurant with very accomodating staff. We were seated on a beautiful table by the window surrounded by soft lighting and glowing candles. I ordered baked cod while my husband had the steak. Both meals were cooked to absolute perfection. The portion sizes are fantastic and filling and the quality superb. The cost of the food and drinks is also acceptable. The food here inspired our menu for our wedding, it was so spectacular. The menu has a great range of fish, meat and vegetarian dishes without being overwhelmed with choice. We had a quality experience and have been recommending this place time and time again!

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Steve Phillips on 2 September 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We booked a table for our wedding anniversary and we were treated to the most amazing eating experience, the freshly prepared food was completely stunning from start to finish.
This was my first ever experience of eating mussells, and it is something I will not forget,along with the cornish monk fish it was again an amazing dining experience.
A real gem in the local crown, would we go back, no question about that at all. Congratulations to everyone and thanks for a memorable evening.
A very high 10/10 from us.

Shanghai Lounge Chinese Restaurant and Take-away
Review by andy spencer on 30 August 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Thanks, lovely meal great atmosphere, very eastern! we'll be back.

Shanghai Lounge Chinese Restaurant and Take-away
Review by Andy Spencer on 30 August 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Very nice thank you, enjoyed the meal, like the atmosphere very eastern! we'll be back.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Patrick Wilson on 29 August 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We eat at Kathmandu Palace, pretty much every week. The food is fantastic and the hosts are brilliantly welcoming and very friendly. Nothing ever seems to much trouble. I would recommend this restaurant to everyone!

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Steve Phillips on 28 August 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We have eaten at Chanteks many times, both over a lunchtime and for an evening meal.We have always been well looked after , excellent hosts,excellent well presented freshly prepared cuisine.
We will be back !!

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Ped Asgarian on 24 August 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Great food, good atmosphere, friendly staff. An all round thoroughly enjoyable evening. I look forward to revisiting next time I visit Cornwall.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Jacqueline on 22 August 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Delicious, subtle and elegant - the food is excellent, service superb and friendly hosts; I love indian cuisine but it can be heavy and oily - this food is complex in flavour, light and very tasty - highly recommended.

Bustophers Bar Bistro., Truro
Review by Nikki Lange on 21 August 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Simply the best local food, great steak, great service, nice contemporary restaurant, warm welcome, great menu - something for everyone, highly recommended. I eat there atleast once a month - LOVE IT!

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Mark Lovatt on 11 August 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Visited Chanteck twice whilst in cornwall wth a group of 10 friends and family aged 12 to 70. The meal was superb and the service was excellent. The quality of all the ingredients were excellent, and my beef was gorgeous, everyone enjoyed their meals. Having eaten in many Thai restaurants from Warwick to Bangkok I would rate the Chanteck 9/10. Mark

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Carys Oliver on 7 August 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4


This is a lovely restuarant which our family have been visitng for years. The food is always delicious and the prices are extremely reasonable. The staff always make you feel welcome and add the personal touch. I would thoroughly recommend this restuarant, especially the fish tikka massala.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Richard on 9 July 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Stumbled on the Kathmandu Palace by pure chance and despite it being busy and us having no booking they did everything in their power to get us fitted in. The food was excellent, the staff so very friendly and helpful and the atmosphere wonderful. It was so nearly spoilt by an elderly, belligerent drunken old fool who wanted to make trouble with anyone who caught his eye and I can only congratulate the staff who managed him out of the door with so much care and diplomacy that he did not deserve. We would travel the 5 hours once a week to dine here again! Excellent place!!

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by Elly on 5 July 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Best food in Cornwall. Looking foward to eating there again. (Elly. Newquay)

Tabbs, Truro
Review by Brian Terry on 22 June 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Having recently eaten out at the resataurant of one of Cornwall's better known chefs and had two disasterous courses, it was a great relief to have nothing but excellence in every department at Tabbs for a family meal. The five of us had a variety of starters, main courses and deserts. All were pronounced excellent. Nigel Tabb is an exceptional chef who really takes a great pride in his work. It is nice to see that not everyone has dropped their standards in the face of the recession. Tabbs should be on every local's and visitor's must visit list.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by C Pinfield on 5 June 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

A group of 5 of us went here last Saturday for a friends birthday, it wasn't very busy but the food was lovely and well presented. Staff were effiecent and pleasent. Not been over five years but its still a nice place to eat for a change.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by C Pinfield on 5 June 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

A group of 5 of us went here last Saturday for a friends birthday, it wasn't very busy but the food was lovely and well presented. Staff were effiecent and pleasent. Not been over five years but its still a nice place to eat for a change.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by L Gardiner on 29 May 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

An Italian restaurant run by Italians! Excellent food. Excellent service.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by JANE TULLY on 17 May 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

WOW! We went to the newly reopened Indaba last night and sat in upstairs. The original restaurant is still as was but they have added a new floor with a small terrace. This upstairs area is less formal with a bar and seating area.

The atmosphere was busy and buzzy and the food and service was great. The menu has been expanded with many dishes very reasonably priced right through to lobster, oysters and fruits de mer.

Nick and the team have done a great job and we look forward to our next visit.

Tabbs, Truro
Review by Claire Stephen on 10 March 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

A firm favourite with the locals and no wonder, the food is excellent, local seasonal produce cooked to perfection, what more could you ask for, oh yes 2 courses for £14 with a coupon from the local newspaper, will be going again soon and don't even mind paying full price, yum.

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by kelly on 8 March 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

first time eating at chantek food was lovely, will be going back again

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by MAGGIE CRADDOCK on 12 February 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Had a business lunch today at in daba and it was FABULAS ! The fish i selected was excellent! and you can be assurred they I shall be back, infact I am going to take my husband to visit this restaurant soon - as he loves seafood I know he will Love it !!!

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Les Ruse on 6 January 2009
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We had a great New Year's Eve set 6 course dinner with different sparkling wines chosen for each course (plus an additional surprise Champagne). The food was excellent, tastes to savour. The kitchen is on full view so we were impressed by the team work and how the staff were enjoying themselves at the same time as pulling off a very professional and efficient service throughout the evening. If they're this good on complicated celebration nights with a full restaurant we feel confident that they must be this good all the time.

Fodders Wholefood Restaurant and Expresso Bar, Tru
Review by Britt Arrand on 26 December 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Fantastic food will look forward to coming back this year what a treat!

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Sophie Dolding on 12 December 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

I think that chantek is a very very good restaurant because of the gorgeous volcano ckicken and I love the way that the flames fly up!

Tabbs, Truro
Review by Sally-Anne Dean on 30 November 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Nigel's cooking never fails to please and he is the "King of Taste" in my opinion. His food will excite your tastebuds into a frenzy and if you've never visited, you've missed an absolute treat! The contemporary decor of the restaurant creates a lovely relaxed atmosphere and the staff are extremely friendly. It is good to know that Nigel is involved in every aspect of the food preparation from the bread through to the chocolates at the end of your meal - a truly wonderful chef.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by boko on 10 November 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

The best food i have eaten in Truro in 35 years.

Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe, Truro
Review by Jane Fitzsimons on 5 November 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We had a lovely eevning meal at this newly opened restaurant. It is very small but well designed and the staff are very friendly.The seafood is simply prepared and incredibly fresh. Whilst the winelist is quite limited it complements the seafood excellently. We had a very enjoyable evning and are planning out next trip to Truro to enjoy the seafgood cafe again.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by Julie Ripley on 5 November 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

If I was the location scout for Life On Mars I would have them have dinner every night in Piero's. There are pepper mills in there older than anything in the Royal Cornwall Museum. But there's nothing wrong with eating in a Thatcher Years Italian Bistro theme park, provided the pizza is good. But is it?


I went there last night with my Mamma, bambinis and esposa? (ok no more cod-Italian. My husband). All had pizza (vegetarian, kids', and the prosaically named 'multi topping') except Mamma mia, who had lasagne. The place was much busier than we expected for a Wednesday night, and I think a fair bit busier than the management expected too, if the service was anything to go by. The waiting staff were pressured, but always pleasant. It took long enough to get served for my youngest to make and discard a party hat from her napkin, make two solo trips to the toilet and finally attempt sleep on her chair. She's only four. It was probably about 35 minutes.


But holy moley, when the pizzas arrived, everyone woke up. It's not every day your dinner is in the shape of a rabbit's head with spicy sausage eyes. For the record, I'd rather mine never was, but the kids were well impressed by the pizza pet portrait. My own pizza was the usual round shape, and looked pretty appetising. It had some zingy fresh spinach on it, a floury, broken crust and a fair tomato/ mozarella ratio. Great. Except for the presence of my own bete noir, the rotten reanimated corpse of the golden headed beauty queen of the vegetable kingdom, the dread yellow peril: sweetcorn.
Once I had scraped off the offending veg, the pizza was actually pretty good. Nice and crispy base and flavoursome fresh toppings. The 'multi topping' pizza did indeed have a variety of things on it- vegetables, salami, bacon etc., but sadly no exotic items, like artichoke. Must be the old credit crunch biting. The lasagne, the size of a child's bed, was declared 'good'.


As we left, I wondered whether I could give Piero's a fair mark. Whenever I eat there I'm with a big party. Sometimes it's the extended family. There are requests for extra olives, dozens of straws of the same or different colours, spills to be mopped up. Or I'm with friends, talking loudly with our mouths full and ordering another bottle of house something. The staff are always accommodating, the atmosphere is always festive and you never have to book. What more could you want from an old fashioned family pizza joint? I'm giving Piero's seven out of ten for the pizza itself. For the way it takes you back to your childhood quicker than roller boots, nine.

Bustophers Bar Bistro., Truro
Review by Mike on 29 October 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

we visited ona pre-booked basis on a busy Saturday evening in October and were greeted by a friendly and professional team who looked after us attentively during the evening. We sat on one of the prime location tables in the front window and whilst it did not detract from our enjoyment of the atmosphere in the restuarant, I would prefer to be in the hurlyburly of the main section when I return. Bizarrely but worth noting for the restauranteur, I have never before felt that I was seated too low at a restuarant table.
The quality of the food was exceptional for the price (£25 a head including wine) although I did think the wine list was on the pricey side. We picked a mixture of Pork, Fish and vegetarian dishes which were of high standard and the fish exquisite, the mussels being the finest I have eaten in 2008. This is a resturant to which I would gladly return, and I would like to thank our delightful waitress Naomi for her excellent tableside manner. Nice one Bustophers !

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Richard Tennant on 20 October 2008
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I recently visted Chantek with my wife and eighteen-month old son and had a fantastic meal. They found us a quiet corner and made us all feel very much at home. There was a perfect menu for our little one (he LOVED the food and the staff LOVED him!!) and we were spoilt for choice, too. We were both amazed by the spicy Thai papaya salad with lime juice, dried shrimps, chilli and green papaya. I also really enjoyed the tom yum soup with prawns. It's the kind of dish that could ward off the nastiest of flu bugs, with its hit of ginger and chillies - clean, hot and fresh flavours. Mains included a sublime Thai curry and a Chilli Beef from the specials board made with prime Cornish Beef.

I'd recommend Chantek to anyone heading down to Cornwall (in fact, we've already spread the word as far round our hotel as we could manage!). The food is great, the atmosphere relaxed and friendly and the space is lovely.

Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe, Truro
Review by Jean and Roger Chegwidden on 12 October 2008
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A fantastic secret find for fish and seafood lovers.We had a seafood platter which was both delicious and extremely good value. The restaurant had a wonderful vibe and excellent knowlegable and attentive staff. Fairly priced will definitely return.

The Plume Restaurant and Bar., Truro
Review by Peter & Laraine Rodd on 29 September 2008
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We have tried several restaurants over the years in coming to Cornwall but The Plume is our best choice. We have never been disappointed by the value and variety of foods available. Now included is their "specials wine list" well worth a try. If youv'e got time why not pop in there for breakfast, you will be pleasantly surprised. Certainly our favour eating place.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Sue Hendricksen on 28 September 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Super restaurant serving lovely Indian and Nepalese food. Not overpriced and well cooked. Good service too ! I eat at a lot of Indian restaurants and this one compares well with the best.

Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe, Truro
Review by Charles Fulton on 12 September 2008
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six Native oysters and a glass of champagne, what a way to start your day excellent stuff!

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Matthew Eden on 1 September 2008
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My meal at Chantek was brilliant! The service, food and atmosphere was amazing. I ordered Teriaki beef and I have to say one of THE best meals I have ever had. Totally recommend it to anyone!

Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe, Truro
Review by Claire Nicholson on 30 August 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

What a discovery! This is a great place to relax, meet friends and drink ice cold glasses of gorgeous wine. The food was delicious, expertly served by friendly and knowledgable staff. The menu was extensive and I loved the fact that everything was locally sourced, fresh, excellent quality and just great, simple, fabulous Cornish seafood.
I will be returning again and again!

Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe, Truro
Review by Jack Johnson on 28 August 2008
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After seeing the advert in cornwall today i took my family here for lunch. The staff are very welcoming right from the start. My sister came with us with her two year old baby, she found the staff very helpful. We were lucky enough to sit out side, the grass was great for the baby to play and for us we found nothing better than eating the most amazing oysters and sipping champagne in the sun. The menu is perfect; not full of complicated food and the cafes specials seem to change frequently as I have visited the cafe a lot over the past month. The food and staff have been flawless every time. We came back to the cafe on a cold rainy day and sat inside, the cafe was very homely and warm and it seems the menu has a meal for every occasion. The weather was so terrible I felt need for the seafood stew which was delicious and overall the food seems to be at a very high quality and reasonable price. I would highly recommend this venue to my friends and family.

Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe, Truro
Review by Ian Jakeways on 28 August 2008
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We have been to the Falmouth Bay Seafood Cafe twice for lunch. The food, wine and service has been excellent each time. Best scallops ever! Would thoroughly recommend it. We will definitely return.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by M Fordham on 25 August 2008
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We found everything we want from a restaurant when we stepped inside Indaba. A friendly welcome, comfortable seating, exceptional service and delicious food. Inspirational, mouth watering dishes created by Nick Taylor. Definitely a restaurant to return to again and again.

Tabbs, Truro
Review by Brian Terry on 15 August 2008
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Nigel tabb is on top form at his stylish Truro restaurant. Our recent evening experience started with outstanding starters of scallops, and seared duck fillets surmounted by a perfect a soft boiled duck egg. Mains of pork loin and superb venison followed, with my wife proclaiming the venison to be the best she had ever tasted. Those who know Nigel's expertise with desserts know that we were not disappointed with either the chocolate marquise with its cream cheese icecream, or the parfait with rubarb icecream.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by dave beazer on 2 August 2008
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We just LOVE this place. The vegetarian selection is fantastic and the staff are all so nice. Do yourself a favour and go get some!

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Vanessa Morrish on 28 July 2008
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We went for our Wedding Anniversary on Friday night. It was fantastic. The food was excellent and the staff very friendly and attentive. We will definitely be returning

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Mark Sivyer on 23 July 2008
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What a fantastic find! So much variety on the menu, all at great prices. Staff were very attentive and friendly; food arrived promptly and was excellent. A very relaxed atmosphere and looking forward to going again.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Alan and Janet Drinkwater on 11 July 2008
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Went lunchtime for small birthday celebration and had what we both agree was probably the best fish meal we have had anywhere in England and Scotland including Michelin star restaurants. Both had meals off specials board (crab starters and wild sea bass and lemon sole). Service was clean ,efficient and very friendly without being over the top. We will definitely be going again. Well done.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Adam Horn on 10 July 2008
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Absolutely great restaurant. Excellent fresh fish and good variety of both specials and regular courses. Very good portions at a reasonable price in a trendy and atmosheric setting. Well worth a visit!

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Marianne Thomson on 7 July 2008
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This restaurant was so amazing we ate their twice in a row on a recent visit to Truro. The food was incredible: the first night we had the Turbot and a Goan curry both of which were to die for, the second night: crayfish tagliatelle and monkfish. The wine was delicious and not the run-of-the mill names you get in most places. This restaruant competes easily with some of the top names in London and I highly recommend a visit. It isn't too pricey and the service is excellent. A pleasure.

Bustophers Bar Bistro., Truro
Review by lisa doran on 11 June 2008
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I must congratulate you on the excellent food and great atmostphere. Best turbot that I have had in a long time. When I visit my friend in Truro again I for one will return. Many thanks.

The Plume Restaurant and Bar., Truro
Review by Gill on 7 June 2008
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Called in on the way back from Royal Cornwall Show. Had look it up on this site before and was surprised to see only 2 old reviews. Menu looked good and I am always attracted to places that serve fresh food. Food was good - we had the homemade burger and fish cake dishes. Waitress was excellent and atmousphere good. Also good range of Cornish beers but wines were a bit pricey with the cheapest full bottle of red at £13.50. Overall very pleasant and likely to visit again when in the area.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by christl greene on 20 May 2008
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fantastic fish and lovely staff, I really enjoy the atmosphere there and the way one can watch the kitchen. great reasonable pre theatre menu too....

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Martin Homan on 25 April 2008
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What a pleasant delight to find such a fabulous restaurant in the heart of Truro.Four of us had different meals two nights running i am very sorry but cant find anything to complain about woderfull food and service. will be back.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by kevin winstanley on 23 April 2008
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Lunch for self and wife after a rainy morning around the shops! An excellent bottle of Pinot Grigio nicely priced and a very well presented fish dish for both of us made for a very pleasant meal. This place should be better known - but the location is the problem. Nevertheless, it's worth visiting when in Truro for an excellent fish meal.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Graeme May on 19 April 2008
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Excellent restaurant. Good atmosphere, good service, great food!

Tabbs, Truro
Review by John Briggs on 15 April 2008
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Great restaurant. Atmosphere and welcome wonderful. Food stunning. Deserts looked wonderful. As a diabetic I could only look. A must for serious good food lovers

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by rowe on 6 April 2008
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we are a family of 4 who live in redruth and we regularly eat at pieros the staff are great and the food is wonderful.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Darren & Alli on 22 March 2008
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We eat here very often at least 2-3 times a month and the food has always been quick, good size portions, taste fantastic and is very reasonably priced. The staff are so lovley always polite & helpful.
Definitely the best in Town if not in Cornwall...

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by ani on 5 March 2008
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I have eaten in chantek many times and i have to say the food is absolutly delicious!
The day core is amazing and the staff are really friendly!
I love chantek!

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Steve and Mandy on 4 March 2008
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The two of us had a meal here last week after an aborted attempt in December. Sunney and Raju remembered our first booking and welcomed us back. Food was teriffic (word of warning - don't order 3 starters betwen 2, you'll struggle with the main course!!), service warm and friendly with just the right amount of irreverence. We can't wait to go back and work through the rest of the menu. Highly recommended.

Steve and Mandy

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Wendy Hickenbottom on 4 March 2008
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I went to the Kathmandu Palace with some of my friends for my birthday last week. As soon as we walked in we were greeted in a friendly & polite manner.As soon as we were seated we were offered poppadoms whilst we browsed the menu & chose our food.The service from all the staff was excellent & nothing was too much trouble.The staff were willing to advise on which dishes to try depending on whether we wanted anything spicy or not.The food was fantastic & the portions were very generous. Having been to Nepal myself the momo brought back great memories. The atmosphere was friendly & livley which made it a wonderful evening out for us all.I would eat there again & definitely recommend the Kathmandu Palace to anyone else.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Wendy Hickenbottom on 4 March 2008
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I went to the Kathmandu Palace with some of my friends for my birthday last week. As soon as we walked in we were greeted in a friendly & polite manner.As soon as we were seated we were offered poppadoms whilst we browsed the menu & chose our food.The service from all the staff was excellent & nothing was too much trouble.The staff were willing to advise on which dishes to try depending on whether we wanted anything spicy or not.The food was fantastic & the portions were very generous. Having been to Nepal myself the momo brought back great memories. The atmosphere was friendly & livley which made it a wonderful evening out for us all.I would eat there again & definitely recommend the Kathmandu Palace to anyone else.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by A Hustler on 25 February 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

A beautiful meal - the sea bass with the vanilla sauce was an unusual but wonderfully complementing flavour. The cod was fresh, firm and cooked to perfection. An excellent Pinot Grigio 2006 accompanieed Oysters, main and dessert.
If any criticism it is that the actual restaurant is a little on the cool side - but I'd just wear a jumper! Thank you for an excellent evening.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by nigel paterson on 24 February 2008
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Just had our first meal @ this restaurant- excellent food, spicy and tasty with beautifully cooked vegetables. Very friendly warm atmospere with welcoming staff.
We'll certainly be back here as the food was delicious!

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Aaron Krishnan on 29 January 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

The best Indian/Nepalese restaurant ever. Sunny Krishnan is the best

Baba Indian Restaurant, Truro
Review by Jamie on 2 January 2008
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

I recently visited BaBas restaurant on New Year’s Eve for a meal for two with my girlfriend. I arrived at the restaurant for 9pm when my booking had been made for 2 weeks previous. However when I went to confirm my booking BaBas had failed to write it down and therefore I had no table booked for the restaurant. Luckily for us a couple who were already there and had not sat down to eat yet offered us our table but we declined and asked for a table where all four of us could sit. BaBas did have a table for 4 so luckily we managed to sit down. However before we sat down I noticed the manager was very friendly towards customers he knew and even appeared to offer them a table before other paying customers who had been waiting longer.
Anyway we were happy to get a seat and thought the worst part of the evening was over. We were wrong. We sat down at approximately 9.20pm but our main course did not arrive till 11.25pm. I believe we ordered our main course about 9.30pm with no starter and expected it to arrive within the hour. This is poor service and not good enough no matter how busy the restaurant is. Even when we got our food it was barely warm and had no taste to it. Once we had finished the waiter appeared to be hurrying us out of the restaurant even though there were several tables free for any customer who wanted to come in.
This is the worst experience I have ever had eating out and will from now on be avoiding BaBas restaurant.
I strongly advice anyone thinking of eating here to avoid it as there wasn't one good aspect to te restaurant.


Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Mark Laurence on 1 January 2008
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FANTASTIC

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by angela weeks on 31 December 2007
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Myself and my husband had a rare night off from our son and decided to try Indaba Fish - we had a fantastic meal and we will most certainly return! Thank you for a lovely evening!

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Vanessa Stokes on 29 December 2007
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As a newcomer to Truro I decided to follow the signs for Indaba Fish and was delighted I did so. Yes it is tucked away but only a few seconds walk away from Lemon Quay. I discovered a stylish but comfortable ambience and a fantastic menu which made it difficult to decide on 1 dish. It is now a regular eating out spot for me....keep up the good work!

Shanaz Indian Restaurant, Truro
Review by Ian Brighouse on 16 December 2007
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Trawling around Truro looking for a good Indian takeaway at 5.30 on a wet December Sunday evening, I tried Shanaz. The welcome was warm, the service excellent, and included a 20% discount for takeaway. The food was really good and I'd recommend this restaurant without hesitation. Top job!

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by JANE TULLY on 30 November 2007
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

This non fishy went with two avid fishies to Indaba the other night and we all left very satisfied.
Widely travelled Chef Nick Taylor draws from many different cuisines to create unique dishes with sauces that really excite. Even the sun-dried tomatoes were super juicy. My companions had mackeral lightly spiced and scallops with a special butter sauce, this was followed by a super sorbet to clean the palate. I chose pink lamb with a lovely crisp skin. The others purred over their sea bass and monkfish tails.

In all the ambience was great. It is a shame that it is so tucked away - it's worth seeking out.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Amy on 17 November 2007
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I was recommended to go to Kathmandu Palace by my friends who were in nepal 2 years ago. We as a group of 5 went there and the food, the service and the atmosphere made us feel like as we were in nepal itself. It was an amazing experience. The dishes we ate were delicious ( i had Masu ko achar.. the flavour is still clinging in my tongue.i recommend anyone who wants to taste the best nepali and indian curry Kathmandu palace is the one ( the best in town).. you dont want to miss it.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by John Bartlett on 15 November 2007
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Without a doubt one of the finest Restaurants in Cornwall. Great food with excellent service. Head Chef Nick has great ideas and runs a cool kitchen. A must foe the fish lover and also for those who prefer an alternative as the atmosphere is great.

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by ana on 24 October 2007
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

the best restaurant ever!!
the food is out of this world!!i could eat it every day!!
the staff are really friendly and its a great place to enjoy a family meal!!
i would have to say its the best restaurant in truro!!and strongly advice this authentic restaurant!!
ITS SOOOO YUMMY!!

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Paula Pesic on 23 September 2007
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

A glorious restaurant serving delicious authentic asian food. It always feels like a real treat when eating in here, and the food is relatively healthy too whilst remaining absolutely yummy!!!

Bustophers Bar Bistro., Truro
Review by Katrina Kent on 19 September 2007
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

This restaurant has a lovely atmosphere to it. The food, although leaning more towards expensive than modest, is still worth every penny and the pork belly in particular, is to die for.

I've been a little disappointed to find that the creme brulee has been removed from the dessert menu but I'm sure I'll find a good alternative.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by Laura on 22 August 2007
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I went to Piero's for the first time a week ago and it lived up to expectations set by people who'd recommended it. The food is delicious and the atmosphere is authentically italian; I really enjoyed the banter and background music. I'll definitely go back next time I'm in Truro.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Tim and Sara on 7 July 2007
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The food was Amazing ,great welcome ,friendly service and atmosphere.Thanks Raju and all staff for our Birthday party . we had great time. thanks Tim and sara

Bustophers Bar Bistro., Truro
Review by Amanda Ede on 20 June 2007
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Wow. Just wow. What can I say, I just love this restaurant. The vibe about the place is funky and modern and the food fantastic.

I went for a girlie night out the other week and we just have not stopped talking about what a great night out we all had since.

For a great meal and top night out I can not stress enought that Bustophers is the place to go!!!

Bustophers Bar Bistro., Truro
Review by M Penrose on 7 June 2007
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

For fish lovers this place is a must! Indaba fish used to be our place of choice for this cuisine but having recently tried some of the seafood specials from the blackboard at Bustophers we were blown away. The quality and flavour were outstanding and we really felt we were getting value for our money. My daughter is a vegetarian and had one of the veggie options off the main menu - fabulous! The chef had clearly made a conserted effort to make his veggie dishes as flavoursome as his meat and fish ones.
A large and interesting wine list, a buzzing stylish atmosphere and good service to add, this all now makes Bustophers our place of choice for a great evening out.

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by A Hutchinson on 15 May 2007
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Have eaten here three times. Lunches the noodle bowls are great value but watch out for the chillies they leave you numb. The dinner theatre is super and always a great buzz. Picked up a take away recently as the wife was ill. Tasted just like the dinner we had there presented very nice and piping hot. One of the best evenings in Truro I think.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by M Whitiker on 15 May 2007
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A very enjoyable evening here at the Palace. The people are very nice and the choices are different than most Indians. The poppadoms come with lovely sauces and the naan breads we so light and fluffy not heavy like you get. The chicken with chillies was smashing. You could taste all flavours and the spices really came through. I wan’t brave enough to try the Nepalese stuff but I will next time.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Julian on 24 March 2007
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Fantastic Food, Fantastic Staff, Fantastic Atmosphere. What more needs to be said! Cheers!

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Sam Khalil on 6 March 2007
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We celebrated a birthday party with 18 attending on the 3rd of March at Indaba and were treated to an outstanding evening. We received great service which was both friendly and timely. Regarding the food, which covered most of the menu this was also outstanding and presented to a high standard. A great place and a fair price. We will certainly be eating there again.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by Amanda on 18 February 2007
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This is one of my favourite places to eat in Cornwall. The food never fails to please. I love just sitting and watching the chef throwing the pizza dough into the air, whilst chatting away in Italian to the other staff. The service can be a little slow during busier periods, but the staff are always friendly and helpfull. It's not a place to be hurried. You need to enjoy the whole Italian dining experience, and you certainly get it here. Excellent selection of wines. The pizza garlic is a must as a starter. Yummy!

Tabbs, Truro
Review by Brian Terry on 15 February 2007
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Tabbs never fails to please. Nigel tabb is an inventive and accomplished chef, while his wife Melanie runs an efficient and friendly front of house. There is always something new to try on the menu and it is so nice to see such good choices for vegetarians. The wine list is well balance and has something for every taste and budget. If the belly of pork is on the menu it is something not to be missed. Nigel's duck is the best in Cornwall in this diners opinion. If you have not tried Tabbs yet then it is a must for you.

Alverton Manor Hotel, Truro
Review by Debbie Datson on 4 February 2007
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If you are looking for style, elegance and a superb choice of fine food and wine, then Alverton Manor is for you. The classic décor with antique furnishings compliments perfectly the quality of the menu. New Head Chef John Mijatovic and his team show their creative flair and passion with spectacularly presented dishes. The individual flavours of the locally sourced foods shine through in each course, from the tasty appetiser to the immaculately constructed dessert all served by extremely efficient, friendly and professional staff. Nothing is too much trouble. This is a dining experience not to be missed and exceptionally good value for money.

Shanaz Indian Restaurant, Truro
Review by M,S,A on 13 January 2007
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WE recently moved to truro from London and as usual was looking for good restaurants, few of my collegues mentioned Shanaz, we decided to go with two of our friends. We have eaten in many diffrent restaurants and Shanaz is very good. we will definetly be returning.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by gen and debs on 15 December 2006
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absolutely fab, great food, nice atmosphere and decor, many congratulations to head chef nik boyle who has brought his wealth of talent and experience to Indaba Fish.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by hannah mcleod on 24 November 2006
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thought we would try the new indaba fish after a few friends recomended it, we had mixed reports from various people, but thought we would try never the less!!! what a superb transformation, the greeting was warm and welcoming, our waitress annie was fantastic, she knew everything about the wine and more amazingly the food! i had the mussels to start and my friend had langoustines, sublime and perfectly cooked! for the main course i had the parma ham wrapped monkfish with crayfish risotto and my friend had a hunk of seabass with vanilla sauce and crushed new potatoes. the finest piece fish i have ever had! (that includes my very expensive trip to rick steins) for pud we had the fondant and the pistacio pears, what a fantastic finale to a stunning meal! we managed to grab 5 minutes with the (very hansome head chef) chef who was very happy to chat and share his secrets about how to crisp up the skin on the seabass this is most unusual .
once again well done and thankyou to the whole team, its refreshing to see front of house and kitchen share a joke and laugh during a busy evening. we will return!!! keep up the good work.


Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by elizabeth wainwright on 23 November 2006
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the best meal i've had since my ramsay experience 4 years ago!! i've been to many top resaurants all over the uk this is in my top 5 definately. i really enjoyed the whole experince the waiting staffwere very friendly and made us feel at ease. the displays with all the shell fish was amazing. i was only down on a work basis so i only had one chance to go it was last saturday even though it was busy it was promt and very well presented food. such a massive improvement from wat it was before! i will be down in the summer and expect me there with my family. many thanks to all the team

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by martin gin on 17 November 2006
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i recently visited indaba fish while on a short break in truro, i came once for lunch and once for dinner i enjoyed both very much lunch was very good value loved it. and my dinner was out of this world i had the sea bass!! i met the chef the next night in the pub young guy called jamie he explained the dish and ill definately try to recreate it for my family. well done jamie be back soon 10/10

Shanaz Indian Restaurant, Truro
Review by jb on 13 November 2006
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It's several years since we ate here, and I can't think why! Our party of 4 each had a different meal and all were excellent. The Garlic Chicken (hot) was my choice and really was very good indeed. Just a little extra friendliness from the young waiter would have made the experience perfect. I shall be there again soon!

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by mike on 5 November 2006
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great cooking, really authentic thai flavours and all served up in a pleasant atmosphere by courteous efficient staff

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by blair stewart on 19 October 2006
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had a great evening out at the Indaba restaurant with a group of friends . The staff were eager and friendly and the food - delicious, well presented and reasonably priced. Congratulations to new chef Nick and staff for a great evening and good luck in the future. I look forward to a return visit.
5th Oct 2006

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by James MacMullen on 20 September 2006
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We ate here recently after having had an excellent meal here last year and we certainly weren't disappointed! This time we sat upstairs and so could watch the barman mix our exotic cocktails - definately recommend the Japenese slipper. We tried the house white wine which was surprisingly good - crisp and dry and complimented the food really well. Food wise we loved the mixed seafood platter of the day and the musselman lamb was the best asian lamb we've tasted. A classic fusion of lamb, new potatoes, cashews, cinnamon, cardamom and coconut. We'd definatley recommend Chantek for it's good atmosphere, welcome and exceptional range of dishes to suit all tastes. Pity we don't live near enough to enjoy the take away service!!

Chiverton Arms, Truro
Review by Wendy Hersey on 2 September 2006
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

If you are holidaying (or living) in this area and want a really good selection of tasty, well presented meals, at very reasonable prices, then go to the Chiverton Arms. Julie, Roger and their staff make you feel very welcome and everybody is very efficient. Even on the Sunday of the Steam Rally when the place was really busy, waiting for service was minimal. The separate dining area looked very nice, but we were able to sit in the bar area to eat because we wanted to take our dog in (Daisy was also made very welcome and enjoyed the biscuit given to her by Roger!)
We ate here 3 times in the 6 days we were in Cornwall (we stayed nearby), and will DEFINITELY go as many times as we can whenever we visit that area again.
Thank you Julie & Roger, from Wendy, Wally & Daisy

Old Plough Inn, Truro
Review by Katrina Kent on 30 August 2006
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

I've eaten here with my family on several occasions now and would say that for the price range, it's the best traditional pub food I've sampled in the Truro area. It's so nice to have a few healthier options available to you from a pub instead of everything being fried or accompanied with chips!

Old Plough Inn, Truro
Review by maria mcgarry on 5 August 2006
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We had a lovely visit on a Sunday evening for 'Roast Dinner' we enjoyed the pub atmosphere, we returned for two more visits because the owners Tim, Kim and Lucy the dog made us feel very welcome. If we do visit the area again the 'Old Plough Inn' would be high on the list.

Old Plough Inn, Truro
Review by Ashley Denise And Amy (Part of the clan!) on 28 July 2006
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Whilst on holiday with a group of friends we made a few visits to the Old Plough Inn and had an enjoyable evening each time. Tim, Kim, Shaun and Lucy the dog! were great hosts and the food was excellent (especially the Sunday Roast!!) Would definately make a return visit

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by Nikki on 26 July 2006
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

I have not been to Piero's for some years, i used to be a regular and by regular I mean literally weekly. I decide to give it a go again just 2 weeks ago. To my amazement the menu had not changed at all bear in mind Truro has many new restaurants which I would have thought might have presented Piero's a chance to update themselves. The food was very good still I must confess and good value for money. The service however was really poor- what could have been a pleasant evening was ruined by lack of attention to simple, polite customer service.

Old Plough Inn, Truro
Review by mick & helen mcgarry (fatty) on 22 July 2006
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

we had a great time & a great meal when we visited the old plough inn .we were made to feel really welcome by tim,kim &lucy the dog. we did visit on more than one occasion & would recommend anybody visiting cornwall to pop in and sample the good food& drink at the old plough inn

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Marcus on 22 July 2006
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

An absolute delight to find a cafe/restuarant/bar that can consistently deliver an above average menu.

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by jonny Clothier on 27 June 2006
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

I went to Chantek last year and was completey blown away. It is fantastic. Having spent a year working around Devon and Cornwall we were desperate for some proper food at reasonable prices. We arrived, it was full. The charming staff sent us to a local pub while we waited for a table and then came to find us. And when we did eat it was more than worth the wait. The atmosphere is brilliant, the decor is cool and modern but has a lvoely eastern feel without being kitch. It's also warm and welcoming. The open kitchen gives a real touch of drama. As for the food - simply heavenly. We had about 6 dishes and each one was better than the other. Beautifully presented, wonderfully fresh , delicate and bursting with flavour. It simply doesn't get better than this. We ate until we coudl eat no more. My only regret is that my work has now moved away from the Truro area so I cant go back. But if I was within a hundred miles I would go there again to relive the experience.

The Plume Restaurant and Bar., Truro
Review by Laraine Rodd on 27 June 2006
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We have stayed twice at The Plume and have found the accomodation and food to be first class. The staff are friendly and helpful and overall it is certainly an excellent place to stay. We shall certainly be visiting again and again!

Fodders Wholefood Restaurant and Expresso Bar, Tru
Review by Tina Ball on 3 April 2006
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

I am a frequent visitor to Cornwall and always make sure I visit Fodders restaurant. Fodders has an extensive menu which is well priced, always freshly made to order and tastes absolutely scrummy.

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Janet on 15 December 2005
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

My partner and I eat here regularly. The food is always of good quality and the service is friendly. A two course lunch is a very reasonable £10 with a wide choice available for both starters and main courses. Evening meals are equally enjoyable and the take aways make a welcome change from the average choices at Chinese take aways.

Chantek Asian Fusion Restaurant., Truro
Review by Mr & Mrs Dixon on 15 December 2005
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

We have been lucky enough to have eaten at Chantek on several occasions. Each time has been a pleasurable adventure - beautiful presentation and wonderful tastes we look forward to our next visit with great anticipation.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by Dr.wals on 28 October 2005
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

WE ARE VERY GRATEFUL FOR YOUR HOSPITALITY LAST WEEK FOR OUR GROUP. FOOD WAS SPLENDID AND WE ENJOYED IT VERY MUCH. THE WAITERS WERE FRIENDLY AND IT HAD VERY NICE ATMOSPHERE. WHEN WE WILL BE BACK IN CORNWALL WE WILL DEFINETLY COME BACK AGAIN . THANK YOU RAJU FOR YOUR HOSPITALITY.

Kathmandu Palace, Truro
Review by alicia on 6 October 2005
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

restuarant looks very nice, sunita is very cool but she is evil when she pokes me, but she makes very good momo's maybe you could employ her as your momo chef. And then she could make them for me, When she makes them they are to be sent to me, he he he, thankyou love sunita's friend.

Old Plough Inn, Truro
Review by Lynne & John on 17 August 2005
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

whilst visiting the UK from the middle east we spent a most enjoyable time at this very friendly establishment enjoying the great food and company of the owners and locals

Shanaz Indian Restaurant, Truro
Review by karl william jones on 27 July 2005
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Outstanding food, amazing decor. The staff were excellent and really happy to help with anything. Overall an incredible evening and a great way a celebrate any occasion or to have a quiet meal out with friends. HIGHLY Recommended!!


The Plume Restaurant and Bar., Truro
Review by Miss Smith on 26 July 2005
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

Loved this resturant! Only found it by chance, and they managed to fill us in without a problem. We all really enjoyed our meal and found sitting at the 'well table' very exiting! We live in Devon but will visit again soon.

Old Plough Inn, Truro
Review by mr & mrs fleet on 8 June 2005
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

whilst on our holiday in newquay,we visited the old plough for lunch,tim,kim& lucy(the pub dog) made us very welcome,there was a lovely patio area for our daughter to play without any worries,we also found the food to be of an exellant quality of real home cooked food,
will deffinatly return soon,highly recomended.

Indaba Fish in the City, Truro
Review by Nobby sale on 11 April 2005
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

having once lived in north cornwall, i took a trip back to truro for the first time in a number of years. i had a couple of very pleasureable meals there, but in particular indaba gave absolute value for money, with good servive, delicous food and all set in a very modern but more so relaxed setting. a great little place for truro.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by Matt Dolan on 16 December 2004
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

My wife and I went to Truro to experience the late night Christmas shopping, tired and foot weary we decided to try Pieros restaurant, we become instantly uplifted with the fantastic buzz of the place, what an atmosphere. Really Authentic Italian, with the Pizza maker tossing the his pizza's high into air, waiters and waitresses calling out in Italian and busy waiting on peoples needs, The food was as good as we had expected, we shall return to be uplifted again.

Piero's Ristorante and Pizzeria, Truro
Review by Bruce Austen on 18 November 2004
Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4

I've been here several times and have always enjoyed the lively atmosphere. On popular nights you will have to talk loud to get the person on the other side of the table to hear. Good food,good prices and I love to hear the staff talk Italian.

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