In the small cathedral city of Truro, tucked away in the outskirts of the old town, near the railway station, Tabb’s restaurant offers fine modern dining. Quality is assured with its well-deserved two AA rosettes.
Sophisticated chic, with unassuming décor, everything in this intimate restaurant is home-made, including the lovingly-prepared fresh bread and the chocolates.
Unsung, many do not know of its existence, so it is a secret worth discovering. Chef patron, Nigel Tabb’s says he is ‘no good at marketing and doesn’t bother with social media’ so he keeps a low profile. Nigel focuses on what he loves, which is exceedingly fine food. His attention to detail is noteworthy.
Tabb’s feels like you are eating in someone’s home, where food combines fuss-free flavours and textures, despite Nigel working at Langan’s celebrity dining spot in his youth.
Choices and prices are good in this understated top-end restaurant.