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The Bunters Bar, Truro - pub details

Address: 58 Little Castle Street, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3DL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4389) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Truro (0.4 miles), Perranwell (4.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 13 users)
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Busy and noisy bar that is more of a nightclub than a pub/bar. Nevertheless, with most people on a dancefloor, I soon managed to get served and quickly secured a table. There are many screens to show live sport. But with coronavirus decimating the sporting programme, there was only UFC on the TVs. Service was pleasant and there were 4 real ales on offer - St Austell Tribute & Cornish Best & Bath Gem & March Hare. I had the latter, which was hoppy, but good. Not really my kind of place. But not too bad at all.
blue_scrumpy - 17 Mar 2020 20:09
Decent beer, but too noisy for me on Friday night.
stuartandmonica - 24 Nov 2011 14:27
Called in while in Truro today, and it is a few years since we visited. It is in the Good Beer Guide 2010. As it was early we seemed to be the only ones there. Difficult to know as it is huge inside with several drinking areas. There were folk on the pool table, but no-one else sat drinking. Very interesting building inside and being quiet we were able to wander round. The beer was Sharps Doom Bar, St Austell Tribute and Skinners Betty Stogs. We had the St Austell and Skinners and it was brilliant to pay 2.40 for 2 halves after paying over 3 at a lot of places these days. The beer was in good condition so I would say it deserves its place in the Guide.
gillhalfpint - 23 Sep 2009 16:12
Visited Aug 08. Truro has a changing pub landscape: the Old Ale House used to be the best, but the miserable landlord and no peanuts plus badly kept beer and bad food means its just not worth it any more. Shame.

The Globe used to be worth a visit but now seems to be ASBO pikey central - a terrible shame because it used to be a really good pub.

The King Bill is shut for renovations and was always loud, so this leave us with Bunters.

Always cheap, sells Doom Bar, lets you bring your pastie in and eat it, Sky Sports, always a good crowd and very friendly bar staff. Busy in the evening at weekends, but it's now my number one place in Truro and pretty much hard to fault - caters for all age ranges.

It's either this or Wetherspoons (quite hard to criticise, but its a chain) - support the independents and try Bunters - my pick of Truro pubs


lobster56 - 8 Sep 2008 01:53
Lots of beers. Big screens for rugby. A good warm up for a night out. Doesn't pretend to be anything other than a drinking pub...and it's good at it.
kernow_z3 - 27 Oct 2007 17:28

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