Much like Fred and Ginger, Ant and Dec, Yoga and Coffee is a perfect couple. And with an abundance of cafes on your doorstep in Truro, you are truly spoilt for choice. We’ve put together our favourite places to go, and yep, we’ve missed out the mainstream coffee players (they rhyme with Posta and Slero), that actually with this bunch you’re about to read about was quite easy!

Take at our top 5 places to get a coffee in Truro.

#1 – Bread & Butter

Bread & Butter is the place to go if you’re looking for somewhere cosy, welcoming and full of delicious treats. Emily’s can get super busy, which is not hard to believe as their freshly made food (pancakes are our fave) are a real crowd pleaser! We love Emily’s for their awareness of their impact on the environment and community. Sourcing locally and as clean as possible produce for their treats, you cannot help but want to be a part of their ethos. 

#2 – Cafe Uneeka

Cafe Uneeka is a great place to start your coffee tour of Truro. Above Uneeka the shop, perfect for gifts, the cafe has a quirky sense of style that makes it feel like home. With a whole array of coffees, teas, herbal teas, and cold drinks on offer, there is something for everyone. Uneeka also has managed to keep a real authentic atmosphere too, its not just for the cool kids, every walk of life will pop in, maybe share your table and grab a bite to eat from their delicious menu. Overlooking the Truro high street, Cafe Uneeka is one for your ‘to visit’ list. 

#3 – Lily’s of Truro, Cafe & Creative Space

Next up we have Lily’s of Truro. Not only an amazing place to get a coffee after Yoga, but also a creative space hosting regular workshops for creatives, freelancers and the general community. Super central to the hughstreet, Lily’s is the perfect choice if you are looking for good quality coffee, scummy snacks and a central location. Locally roasted coffee, super cool decor, and a super smiley team. Win win win. 

#4 – Colours Cafe

Colours Cafe is a Vegetarian and Vegan cafe just tucked away from the busy high street. At the heart of their menu, Colours promotes a healthy and nutritious choice of lunch, snacks and drinks made fresh to order. What better way to end a yoga session with a healthy but equally delicious snack or drink? We also love Colours Cafe for its open space to hold or attend workshops. With weekly sessions from Essential Oil workshops to Fused Glass Workshops, this is the ultimate creative space.


Want more than just coffee? Take a look at our blog: Top 5 Things to Do in Truro.

#5 – Grounded

And we are now at Grounded, a super delicious and great place to grab a coffee in Truro. Their meal deals are insanely reasonable, and the food is just as good. The guys at Grounded are super friendly and more than happy to give you the low down on what’s going on in the city. Serving Cornish Coffee, and using Cornish produce, this little Cornish Coffee hub is the perfect place to meet up with friends, treat yourself to a Cinnamon Bun and make friends with the Grounded team.