Gastro Quality Food in a Beautiful SettingIf you’re looking for delicious, hearty, gastro pub food served in a traditional rustic setting, then you’ve come to the right place. Our little country pub, situated in the picturesque parish of Little Wilbraham, Cambridge has been serving famished farmers and thirsty villagers since the 16th century.
Cocooned in the heart of the old Mill is The Waterwheel Restaurant at Quy Mill Hotel, Cambridge. The Waterwheel is truly a unique dining experience featuring a double Rosette award winning menu presented by Head Chef, Karl Blackmore.
Navadhanya first opened doors it doors in 2014 launched by cousins Krishna VijayKumar and Arun k Chandran with the vision to create a very different experience from traditional Indian restaurant food in Cambridge. The dishes have been perfected by experienced Indian chefs who have worked in top restaurants , including Michelin-starred London restaurants. Navadhanya is now highly ranked among the best restaurants in Cambridge and has also been honoured with a prestigious listing in the Michelin Guide. ''This former pub is home to a well-regarded restaurant with white decor and a contemporary look. Dishes take their influences from around India and exhibit a modern style, while at the same time respecting tradition.''-Michelin Guide.
Soak up our friendly service and homely charm when nestled in the heart of Fulbourn. Here at The Six Bells, we are the perfect retreat to sit back, relax and indulge in our delicious food with your favourite drink in hand.
Our traditional pub classics are expertly crafted from our seasonal menus and the bar is crammed with local ales and tipples to tempt any taste buds. Using the most seasonal ingredients and decadent flavours, there's a dish for every desire.
Our large function room with exclusive bar can be hired for events, celebrations and even movies! The restaurant can also be hired exclusively. With two bar areas for watching sport and seperate casual dining space, you're truly spoilt to find your favourite corner.
The Seven Stars is one of Cambridge's oldest pubs. This Grade ll listed building was originally constructed during the early to mid-19th century. After a complete renovation, we bring back this forgotten public house as an Indian gastropub.
As Midsummer House forges ahead into its third decade, Daniel Clifford’s elegant, sophisticated modern British cooking continues to evolve. For over twenty years, passion and creativity have skilfully shaped the menu at Midsummer House, showcasing the finest seasonal produce and offering a contemporary British dining experience of the highest quality.
A restaurant and bar located within the new University Arms hotel on Parker’s Piece, Cambridge.Parker’s Tavern serves modern British comfort food sourced from field, fen and England’s seas. The menu changes with the seasons, every dish representing a return to good, unpretentious British cooking, conjured by a spectacular chef.
There’s a special feel to Bill’s Cambridge restaurant. Tucked away on a small back street, the restaurant opens up like a Tardis once you step inside, with a bar, a library, a big open dining area and a private dining space. Newly refurbished, expect vibrant colour, cosy corners and plenty of quirk. Bill’s is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between.
Situated on Wheeler Street in the centre of Cambridge, Pho is a healthy Vietnamese restaurant that specialise in pho noodle soup, the national dish of Vietnam. Aside from pho, you can also expect to find amazing starters, healthy salads, hearty rice bowls and decadent curries. They have a range of freshly made juices and also Vietnamese beers and a large wine and cocktail list. Pho’s menu is 40% vegan and nearly entirely gluten-free too. They also have an accessible kids’ menu where children can get a meal and a drink for £6.95.