Dishotay was opened in April 2009 in Chapel Street by Nigel and Heather Parry who had successfully run Billyz cafe and The Beach Restaurant in Sennen and already had a good idea of what made a good tea or coffee. Specialising in selling fine teas and coffees from around the world but with an emphasis on Cornish origins.Teas from Tregothnan Estate near Truro,coffee all roasted in Cornwall, contributed to the Cornish feel of the business. Having been asked many times by customers to try the teas & coffees, they moved to bigger premises in Market Place, Penzance to create a cafe alongside the shop, so now you can also select anything from a cake to breakfast, lunch or something off our specials board all cooked fresh to order to enjoy alongside your selected tea or coffee.
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