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Cake Spots in Truro

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Truro is a great city to do a spot of shopping, wander the cobbled streets and to simply sit down with a slice of cake and a cuppa. So we’ve got the low down of the top places to unwind after you’re all shopped out.

Midtown Deli & Cafe

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Midtown Deli and Café is the perfect spot, sat right in the heart of Truro.

Take a window seat and watch the world go by as you tuck into tasty treats.

This modern yet comfortable location is beautifully decorated, with a window seat or a cosy lounge to unwind in.

Their scrummy cakes are all locally sourced, providing a whole range of tasty options – including gluten free and diary free options.

The deli has a huge selection of delicious food to tuck into if you’re in need of a light lunch. Whether you’re after a fresh salad or a chunky sandwich – you won’t be disappointed.

InnerTide

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InnerTide is the ultimate space to forget all of your troubles.

Be surrounded by the beautiful design of the café, where the interior is made completely of materials from demolished buildings. The wooden surroundings and peaceful music, makes you feel completely at peace.

InnerTide believes that “you are what you eat” therefore everything you feast upon here, is wholesome and healthy. Within the café, they use local, organic and fair-trade ingredients wherever possible.

Now onto the cake...their cakes are lovingly made by artisan bakers. Inner Tide is gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan friendly and is certain to provide you with mouth watering delights.

If you’re after a quirky visit filled with tasty treats, it’s made for you.

Coffee 108

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Coffee 108, the cosy independent coffee house is situated on Kenwyn Street - where mouth-watering coffee and cake is certain to make an appearance.

They’re aim is to bring something new to the bustling city, with introducing modern brewing methods, providing a whole range of coffees to choose from.

Grab a slice of homemade cake, all of their cakes are locally sourced as much as possible. With a whole range of other treats to choose from, such as cookies and gooey flapjacks - you may be there a while trying to pick your favourite!

Dogs are welcome to this warm and welcoming coffee shop, whether you want to drink in or take away – it’s a great choice.

Fig Café

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Get out of the cold and head into Lemon Quay Market and visit Fig Café. There’s a huge selection of snacks to choose from, including cookies, caramel bars, carrot cake and Victoria sponges!

Gluten free options are also available, and you’re more than welcome to sit down and relax with the available seating. All of the cakes are homemade, locally sourced and very yummy indeed.

Fig also provides a whole selection of fresh salads, tasty Ciabatta rolls and coffee.

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