In Search Of The Best 'Truly Cornish' Cafes

Cornwall has some the finest views and finest food in the country.  It's no surprise then that a stroll to a café for a lazy lunch, spot of afternoon tea or a good coffee is high on many people's weekend or holiday agenda.
To help us and visitors to the county find and enjoy the true Cornish café gems, Cornwall Food & Drink is launching an invaluable map and guide to the crème of Cornish cafés:  The Truly Cornish Café Trail.

Launched for spring 2013, the trail is designed to inspire visitors to get off the beaten track and discover the best foodie spots - cafés that pride themselves on sourcing ingredients locally and serving great food. The trail will celebrate the important part café businesses play in welcoming Cornwall's visitors, creating the perfect day out and supporting local producers and the local economy.

How can you help?
The team at Cornwall Food & Drink would like your help in finding the county's top truly Cornish cafés.
If you run a café business in Cornwall and would like it to feature in the trail, please let them know and also tell them how your business 'chooses Cornish'.  Simply contact Cornwall Food & Drink before Friday 22nd February 2013.

Or if you have a favourite Cornish café that you visit regularly, please make sure that you tell them about the campaign.

The trail will be distributed to tourist offices and the hospitality sector throughout the South West.  It will also be available to download online.

All businesses featured in the trail will also be eligible to enter the Choose Cornish Awards that will accompany the campaign; one award will be reserved specifically for the 'Truly Cornish Café Champion'.

Cornwall Food & Drink recently launched the 'Choose Cornish' campaign with Cornwall Chamber of Commerce, to reinvigorate local purchasing in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, and generate value within the local economy.

Inclusion in the trail is free for Cornwall Food & Drink members, or there is a cost of £195 + VAT to become a member. Businesses must be able to demonstrate that they source produce locally to be included in the trail. Please contact or call 01872 865 101 for more details.
For more information on Cornwall Food & Drink's services please visit


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