Whether you’ve lived in Truro all your life or you plan on stopping through during your next road trip, there is a huge variety of restaurants and cafes that everyone should visit during their time in the hub of Nova Scotia.
We’ve included classic seafood options, unique cafes and every culinary option in between on our list of restaurants below. Try them all next time you’re in town!
Murphy’s Fish & Chips // 88 Esplanade Street
Must-try dish: English style fish & chips.
Sahla Thai // 793 Prince Street
Must-try dish: Stir-fried cashew chicken with vegetables in chili paste sauces, garnished with toasted cashew nuts and served with deep fried spring rolls.
Frank and Gino’s // 286 Robie Street
Must-try dish: Atlantic seafood linguine with a combination of shrimp, scallops, Maritime lobster and Atlantic salmon. All tossed in a white wine dill sauce with green onion and mushrooms.
The Nook and Cranny // 627 Prince Street
Must-try dish: Sweet and salty coconut chicken, served with gluten free honey, coconut, vegetables and a side of your choice.
Saloni Tapis Grill // 918.5 Prince Street
Type: Bangladeshi / Greek
Must-try dish: Grilled eggplant, sweet pepper duck, with tzatziki, organic feta, served with leek soup.
Bistro 22 // 16 Inglis Place
Must-try dish: Salmon risotto, topped with fresh herbs on a bed of spinach.
The Food Muster // 15 Revere Street
Type: Breakfast food
Must-try dish: The In and Out, which includes two eggs of any style, smoked apple wood bacon, rosemary lemon hash and house bread.
Fletcher’s Restaurant // 337 Prince Street
Must-try dish: The Maple Bacon Burger.
Hub Grub // 239 Queen Street
Type: Comfort food
Must-try dish: Peanut butter burger, with lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, cheddar cheese, and bacon.
Fireside Tea Room // 880 Prince Street
Type: Baked goods
Must-try dish: Quiche of the day.
Roadside Willies Smokehouse // 27 Jennifer Drive
Must-try dish: Bourbon Glazed Pork Chop.
Bistro on Prince // 437 Prince Street
Must-try dish: Fish Tacos, made with grilled fish, shredded cabbage, fried pico de gallo and a zest cilantro lime sauce, served on a warm flour tortilla.
YOKA Japanese and Thai // 911 Prince Street
Type: Japanese and Thai
Must-try dish: Go for the all-you-can-eat dinner menu!
Shillelagh House Restaurant // 4042 NS-236
Must-try dish: Fish and Chips.
Jimolly’s Bakery Café // 76 Inglis Place
Must-try dish: Breakfast sandwich on an English muffin.
Chow Family Restaurant // 344 Prince Street
Must-try dish: Cantonese style chow mein.
Soup Café // 563 Prince Street
Must-try dish: Depends on the daily special offered, but try their delicious pulled pork nachos if you can!