Over the past month we have been asking you to nominate your favourite cafe in Cornwall - and now the results are in.

We have created a shortlist of the top ten cafes selected by Packet readers, and it is now your chance to vote.

Here are the ten shortlisted cafes that received the most nominations from our readers:

Andy's Cafe, Newquay

The cafe has regular weekly specials that change and even sell a packed lunch that can be taken away.

Morrisons Cafe, Redruth

The ever popular supermarket cafe has made the top ten. Renowned for its great value for money it has a four star rating and an extensive menu full of cafe classics.

The Coffee Bean, Helston

Based on Coinagehall street in Helston the Coffee Bean provides not only the usual meals you'd see at a cafe but also has roast dinners.

The Garden Kitchen Cafe, Trevena Cross

This cafe is based in the heart Trevena Cross Garden Centre and boasts floral surroundings while you dine.

Beacon Coffee, Falmouth

This cafe strives to serve some of the finest coffees from leading roasters in the country. It was voted in the Top 50 coffee shops in England by Big7Travel.

Mullion Meadows Coffee Shop, Mullion

Located as part of the Chocolate Factory and Craft centre this cafe is famed for it's chocolatey treats and has a five star TripaAvisor rating.

Ciuri Ciuri, Falmouth

More famous for their deserts than traditional cafe grub Ciuri Curi have a five star rating on TripAdvisor and its renowned for their its cream and vegan alternatives.

Selkies NQY, Newquay

Coffee shop by day, cocktail and gin bar by night, this newly opened establishment boasts fresh food as well vibrant cocktails.

Tuck N Roll, Penryn

Based at St Gluvias Cricket Club, Tuck N Roll provides locally sourced foods to takeaway and eat in. The service has a five star rating on its website.

Bon Appetit, Truro

Bon Appetit, based in Twelveheads near Truro, boasts a five star rating on TripAdvisor. Reviewers compliment the 'homemade cooking', 'great tea' and 'proper service' amongst their reviews.

To make sure your favourite claims the top spot, make sure to see this week's copies of the Packet newspaper, on sale now until Tuesday, for a voting form.