Lovell Lodge Hotel

365 Milton Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB4 1SR, United Kingdom
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eating in cambridge?

by romebound

hi, i'll be in cambridge for a day and wondered about a cheap but yummy (and local fav) places to eat for lunch & perhaps tea/dinner. any suggestions? thanks!

Re: eating in cambridge?

by Pomerol

The Eagle pub. Made famous, among others, by Watson and Crick who announced the discovery of DNA there in 1953. The food is good and the atmosphere great

Re: eating in cambridge?

by johngayton

For Lunch: Tatties! A Cambridge institution - big baked potatoes with an amazing assortment of fillings: cheap, yummy and defintitely local - 3 locations around the city: Regent St, Sussex St and Trinity St. The Eagle is OK, a bit studenty/touristy for my personal taste, but for a decent pub dinner try The Fort St George on Midsummer Common. There's a couple more on my Cambridge page if you care to visit.

I am assuming you mean Cambridge, England??

Re: eating in cambridge?

by christine.j

For a really cheap , but very good lunch try the Michaelhouse Café. It's in the basement of an old church.
http://www.michaelhouse.org.uk/html/the_cafe.html

For dinner, I second the Eagle. It may be touristy, but I love the atmosphere, the food is good and not too expensive. Before you sit down, have a look at the different rooms there.

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I have a photo album which i am building of general shots of Cambridge; the famous and the ordinary, throughout the year.

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Relaxing

by barryg23

Walking by the Cam & soaking up the sun. Cambridge is a lovely place to visit, especially in the summer, and it's so peaceful and serene here, you can forget troubles past, troubles to come, and just drift away....

St Mary and St Andrew

by christine.j

This church is just a few steps away from the tea garden " Orchard ". A graveyard is all around it, many of the tombstones are too withered to read who has been buried there.
In front of the altar the floor is made by a large, beautiful mosaic, showing a pelican . This bird is an old symbol for Christianity all throughout Europe, because in medieval times it was thought that pelicans were feeding their young by giving them their own blood. The people didn't realize that in fact the young pelicans got fish out of their parents' beaks. Because of the last supper ( Jesus giving his blood) the connection to pelicans was made. This is why you can find images of pelicans in churches far away from any real pelicans.

On the benches there were many cushions, all have been embroidered by a member of the church congregation to remember a friend or relative.

I liked the church very much. It seemed so far away from busy Cambridge!

The real find was the Kingston...

by richiecdisc

The real find was the Kingston Arms. Lidstones owner/brewer bought this pub and turned it into a brewpub. No fewer than seven of their own beers and two excellent guest ales, all served cask conditioned and in excellent form. Cosy and friendly. On Kingston, off Mill Rd.

Great T-Shirts!

by jrs1234 about Talking T's

There are several places to buy good quality T-shirts in Cambridge, but this is my favourite. The shop has a great range of designs, quite a few funny ones in there, and they usually have several Cambridge-related ones should you need a souvenir. They also do custom t-shirt printing to order, and sell via their website should you need to buy one from afar. 15-20 pounds mostly.

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Address: 365 Milton Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB4 1SR, United Kingdom