Cambridgeshire Restaurants

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Cambridgeshire Restaurants

  • The Eagle

    Cambridge Restaurants

    I would recommend the Eagle rather as a place of interest than a pub. Of course, a drink in the RAF bar and a toast to Crick and Watson, the scientists who met here to discuss their progresses in their DNA research. A commemorative plaque to Crick and Watson, who discovered the secret of the human DNA in 1953, is located in one of the bars. The RAF...

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  • Dojo Noodle Bar

    Cambridge Restaurants

    Fantastic food. Always fresh, realy value for money. Dojo stands out above the rest for its superb value. I go at least once a week. Place is pretty busy most of the time so it can be noisy but its all worthwhile. Tuk Tuk Stir Fry Noodles because its delicious!

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  • Henry's Cafe Bar

    Cambridge Restaurants

    Before we headed off for our punting adventure, we stopped by Henry's for a spot of lunch. We tried to get a riverside seat indoors but there wasn't a large enough table for the 5 of us and a good portion of the restaurant was closed off as it wasn't very busy. Try to grab one of those tables or one outside on the patio. Henry's serves traditional...

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  • Fort St George

    Cambridge Restaurants

    The northernmost of the riverside pubs can be one of the most scenic, depending on which time of the year and week you are there. While the area facing the park can be big and loud, there are a couple of banks behind the pub facing the river. The moored barges and the green background can make you think that you are in rural Somerset or Yorkshire....

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  • The Anchor

    Cambridge Restaurants

    One of the riverside pubs along the Cam, always busy and a little touristy, but still a nice place. It is a popular with some of my friends in Cambridge, therefore it was one of the pubs I most visited in Cambridge. It is a Greene King Pub with the typical menu, but the location and the high number of visitors (especially in summertime) give it a...

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  • The Varsity

    Cambridge Restaurants

    Varsity is a Greek Cypriot restaurant, but not particularly authentic. It seems to be in something of a 1970s timewarp. There are two or three dishes on the menu which come with a sweet mandarin, pineapple and cream sauce, and rather too many are served with chips. More worryingly, the Greek salad, is served with an overpowering mustard dressing. I...

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  • Brown's

    Cambridge Restaurants

    Brown's has been going in Cambridge since the early 1970's. It's probably Cambridge best known restaurant by quite some distance. It always used to be the sort of place that proud parents from the home counties would take out little Tarquin (whose up studying Art History at Queen's) for afternoon tea. In other words it was traditional, a little old...

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  • Gardenia

    Cambridge Restaurants

    This little take-away is conviently located for shopping or bar-hopping and it is light years beyond the trucks that stand in the market square at night. No place to sit, just a tiny bar to lay your food, but please don't try to walk and eat with this stuff. Better hunker down in the market square. I've seen people ordering the kebaps and the other...

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  • Tatties

    Cambridge Restaurants

    Doing a quick bit of research just to check phone no's etc I found a review elsewhere where some guy slates this place because the lasagne was microwaved!!! HA! I'm terribly sorry but if you go to a cafe for lunch and it's called "Tatties" and there is this wierd aroma of freshly baking potatoes all-pervading and a huge menu of fillings for them...

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  • Auntie's Tea Shop

    Cambridge Restaurants

    Better than Sally Lund in Bath, better than Huntington Library in Pasadena is Auntie's in Cambridge. I practically lived here. Wonderful tea house, delicious food. I had the egg finger sandwiches and I can still remember the taste to this day.

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  • Yippee Noodle Bar

    Cambridge Restaurants

    Probably not a place for a business meeting, but a good restaurant to dine out with friends. Yippee Noodle bar offers freshly cooked Asian food with a focus on noodles and soups. The main dish is Yippee Noodles with Yippee sauce (no, I am not kidding) which I really liked. The atmosphere is not the drawing card with wooden benches and long tables...

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  • Anatolia

    Cambridge Restaurants

    The restaurant is downstairs and is attractively decorated, in the usual fashion for restaurants of this type, with lots of Turkish pots and statues on the walls. The food is good, if not particularly exciting, and the wine list while small has enough variety. Service was fine, although the waiter did make repeated good-natured jokes insinuating...

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  • Teri-Aki

    Cambridge Restaurants

    This place is situated in the most tourist trappy place in Cambridge (by the river) so the prices are expected to be a bit pricey. If you're on a budget, you may as well go somewhere with better food in London but if you're wanting a nice night out or a business lunch/dinner it more than serves its purpose as a plush Japanese restuarant with...

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  • All Bar One

    Cambridge Restaurants

    My first visit to this chain of bars and pubs - and, well, just a completely forgettable one. I can't even remember what I had for dinner. The menu mostly consists of dishes you would expect in any pub like chicken fillet or burgers. People who have visited more restaurants of this chain may be familiar with it. It was not bad at all, but...

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  • Chez Gerard

    Cambridge Restaurants

    I've been to Chez Gerard a few times, most recently on outings with friends from work, and it's been good every time. The cooking style is French, as the name suggests, and the steak-frites (steak with chips) are particularly good. While there are plenty of other options on the menu, the vegetarian options can be a bit limited - this place is...

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  • Cafe Rouge

    Cambridge Restaurants

    ....................well, fairly authentic anyway. Nice decor, good French music (?Django Reinhardt/ Stephane Grappelli?). Properly-sized cups of coffee. Only saw the petit dejourner menu, but seemed very reasonable to me (they do un petit dejourner anglais, should you so wish, but also croissants/ croque madame/ smoked salmon & scrambled egg etc)....

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  • The Hopbine

    Cambridge Restaurants

    Almost as good as The Wrestlers, and much closer to town, the Thai food here is really excellent. At lunch times, the place is really full of local office/shop workers lunching, but outside of lunch hours, it can feel a little dodgy inside. Nevertheless, the cook/waitress is thai, the beer is good (yay for speckeled hen!), and it's not too...

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  • The Wrestlers

    Cambridge Restaurants

    Cambridge is a mecca for Eastern food, but this place is my vote for the best food. It's a bit out of the way (a 10-15 minute walk from the Elizabeth Road roundabout), and it's lunch hours are kind of short (open from 12 -2 or the like, as I remember), but every bite is delicious and not another tourist in sight. Good beer too. Better arrive for...

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  • Restaurant 22

    Cambridge Restaurants

    If you are looking for a place to take someone special, this is the place to pick. I know that the Midsummer House has a Michelin Star, but I went and had a look -- it's double price and very stuffy. The people at Restaurant 22 are friendly and accomodating and the food is excellent. I took my mother there for her birthday, which I mentioned to the...

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  • Fab menu, loads of character next to...

    We stopped here for a drink and some photos of the sweet scenes around the canal that this large old pub is next to - checked out the menu list - it was excellent with a rather mouthwatering selection of dishes and the prices were pretty good (a lot cheaper than a pub menu we had ordered from a few weeks before up around Wycombe!).A walk inside to...

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  • A Great Indian Curry!

    The Taj Tandoori was located only a short walk from our guest house, and we had done enough looking around on this Saturday that we just wanted to have a good meal and relax. Of course, we were both game for a stab at some great Indian food. We were early, being among the first guests in the restaurant and were quickly seated and very well looked...

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  • Very yummy Chinese food!

    I visited this place with a group of friends from work - and I hadn't eaten Chinese food for a while, so I was looking forward to it. Despite the minus point that they allow smoking in the restaurant, I really enjoyed it - the food was just excellent. Great crispy duck and lovely lemon chicken were highlights for me. Yummy!We ended up paying 30...

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  • Good places to get a sandwich

    For good sandwiches, salads and fruit try Sainsburys in Sydney Street, or Marks and Spencers on the Market Square. Marks and Spencers' salads are very tasty! For simple baguettes and cakes you should seek out Pepperscorns in Rose Crescent just of the Market Square. I love their crispy bacon and egg rolls!!

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  • Give me my baby back, baby back baby...

    Typical Chili's fair. Higher priced than in the US, but good. Try the Cajun Chicken Sandwich or blacken catfish.

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  • Known to be a student town,...

    Known to be a student town, Cambridge has a good selection of reasonably priced restaurants. Nadia's is a small chain of bakeries that sells good pastries. There are branches along King's Parade and Silver St., each located close to a Scudamore Punts branch so that you can stock up before you go punting. I was recommended Dojos, an Asian noodle...

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  • 'Picnic in the Park' with food...

    'Picnic in the Park' with food from one of the many branches of Nadia's that are scattered around Cambridge!Great freshly prepared sandwiches with a really interesting variety of fillings and superbly sticky pies and cakes!!! Felafel & Humous Bomb&Pecan Pie! (see pic!!!)

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  • All Bar One

    Designed to be neither pub, restaurant or wine bar, but rather a melange of all three, I still look upon the All Bar One chain as first and foremost a pub! Definitely child-free and supposedly 'youth' free (you're supposed to be over 21 to get in) they do offer a more peaceful haven than the usual cram packed smokey boozer type of british pub....

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  • The Rainbow Vegetarian...

    The Rainbow Vegetarian RestaurantSmall, below stairs eating areas. Quite 'compact and bijou', maybe too much so if you like a bit of space. Changes regularly. Great selection of soups, stews, tex/mex and so on. Homely cakes and puddings.

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  • The Varsity

    Lovely food, good sized helpings, attentive (but not overly so) and efficient service, very good price. It's got to be the Vegetarian Mezze. A fair sized portion of every vegetable dish on the menu:1 - Olives, Feta, Pickled Chillis, Salad, Hummous, Tzatziki and Pitta bread.2 - Vegatable kebab, stuffed pepper, stuffed aubergine, rice.3 - Vegetable...

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  • Clowns, a lovely Italian café....

    Clowns, a lovely Italian café. My personal favorite. You must definitely order their mouthwatering Cheese cake (cost: £1.50 a slice) and their specialty Mocha coffee (cost: £1.80 per glass). Absolutely delightful!

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  • A good place for lunch is Cafe...

    A good place for lunch is Cafe Carringtons which is almost directly opposite WH Smiths on Market Street. Drawbacks are that it is located in a basement down some steps and it does get pretty busy sometimes. However, I think the food is good, not too expensive and you get decent portions. My favourite is the garlic fish!

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  • For all you Americans out...

    For all you Americans out there, There is a CHILI'S in cambridge, Next to the Grafton Center Shopping mall.Fish and chips everywhere if you can handle it.Kebabs after dark are good, like a gyro.Pizza hut in the center.Chinese and Indian Restaurants everywhere.Plenty of food to chose from, international menus. Indian Food: Vindaloo chicken curry...

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  • pollon's Restaurant Tip

    I hate eating alone so I took something in a Greek take away I think in Queen Street or anyway a parallel of this street...but then I couldn't resist to a... not really polish but with an intellectual atmosphere coffee shop on the upper floor of the bookshop of Trinity Street, which is open till 11 p.m. and where I had a yummy slice of a lemon cake...

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  • The Green Dragon Inn.

    Long, low beamed place with rickety tables and good beer selection (including guest ales and locally-brewed varieties). Good selection of Greene King variants, including IPA. Food also very good (recommend sandwiches) and cheap. And quiet, just off the river. Oh, I like this one. Barmen easily intimidated. well as it happens the Pies :-) they are...

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  • One of the best restaurants is...

    One of the best restaurants is the Eagle. It has a lot of history inside, you must see it for yourself. It is in town and everyone knows where its at.The Eagle was a meeting place of WWII fighters, where they came to relax and have a few pints of beer. They all wrote their names with lipstick or lighters on the ceiling of the bar. Many pictures are...

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  • We had lunch in the Anchor...

    We had lunch in the Anchor which was a nice pub alongside the river.This place was very busy and I think the best seats were upstairs. I heard that there was a lovely view from there but there were no seats left upstairs when we arrived. I had Lasagne and it came with new potatoes and veg. It was really delicious! There was lots of it - it was...

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  • And with our hot chocolate, we...

    And with our hot chocolate, we ate the lovely fudge we'd bought earlier!!This was so so delicious. It was good fun buying it too. We walked into the shop where a man was cutting up some newly baked fudge. He was singing really loudly and quite funny! It was about £4 for a big piece of fudge, but it was so worth it. Banoffi Pie fudge MMMmmmmmm

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  • To eat in Cambridge is not a...

    To eat in Cambridge is not a problem, however, make sure you fit into lunch hours: they close the pubs from around 3 to five, and there is no way you get any food during these hours. You can eat though in some American-style bars (we found one next to the Anchor pub), but it does not go to come to Cambridge and end up eating in an American...

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