Cornwall Living 2016

Bistro in the city

After getting a taste for fine dining over the past year, when my turn arrived for our office’s favourite event – the Foodie review, I was intrigued to see what Truro has to offer. Having heard great things about the recently revamped Gravy Boesti, my partner and I excitedly drove to the city, keen to taste what all the fuss was about.

We were pleasantly surprised as soon as we walked in; the interior décor is contemporary and understated, turquoise walls adorned with a selection of original artworks and brightly coloured furniture creating the perfect atmosphere. Warmly greeted at the door by, we sat down, ordered drinks and eagerly looked through the menu.

One thing I never appreciate – however my partner as a pescatarian always does – is the variety of fresh and local vegetarian and pescatarian dishes on the menu. She was pleasantly surprised that she had as much choice as I did!

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