Craftworks Street Kitchen found right in the heart of Truro has been a prominent icon in Lemon Quay but we’ve never committed to eating there… until now.
After many a recommendation we headed there for a lunch treat and loved it. You can takeaway as well as eating in their customised shipping containers, for an experience unlike the other Truro eateries.
Craftworks Street Kitchen
Inspired by worldwide travels the Craftworks menu serves as a global taste sensation. With Korean, American, Asian and Mexican influences there’s something for everyone. The Craftworks Street Kitchen offer home cooked street food with a passion for big servings and even bigger flavours.
We visited on a busy weekday lunchtime and did have to wait a while. But when you’re served with freshly cooked delicious food you really don’t mind the wait.
With such a wonderful list of burgers on the menu we couldn’t avoid giving them a try. We opted for the Korean Fried Chicken burger served with the Craftworks hot and sour sauce on a Baker Tom brioche bun. The Fish Po-Boy burger came recommended with its Louisianna fried fish and Creole mayo, and it didn’t let us down.
It’s not just burgers on the menu mind. Take your pick from burritos, nachos, salads and tacos. Let us know in the comments box if you’ve tried any of the Craftworks Street Kitchen food and what you thought!
Hidden Craftworks, Padstow
Overlooking the fields of the Camel Estuary this ‘pop-up’ food kitchen is a taste of Craftworks Street Kitchen in the countryside.
They’re open Wednesday – Saturday from 2pm until 8.30pm. Plus Hidden Craftworks is BYO which is an added bonus.
Find Craftworks Street Kitchen on Lemon Quay, TR1 2PU. See their full menu on the Craftworks website.
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