My wife and I had lunch at the Seafood Café (for the first time) recently on one of our regular trips to Truro.
Shared the crab claws for starters. Excellent - with small dish of dipping garlic butter. Next - had the Lobster & Crab Linguine and the fish soup - again both excellent tasty dishes. For main course we had the Fillets of Pollock and the Mixed Fish Goujons. The Pollock was cooked perfectly and was very succulent. My only gripe was the size of the portions, particularly on the dishes I had. The Linguine - which was a main course portion - was the size I would expect of a starter. Also, my Pollock (advertised as fillets) was actually one fillet and pretty small at that. We had a bottle of the Sauvignon - which was tasty and good value.
Overall - I would rate this place quite highly. The quality of the food, the restaurant itself and the staff were all very good. We will definitely return - when hopefully the portion sizes have increased slightly.
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