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The Pint Shop

Every local foodie knows (or should know) that the Pint Shop is one of the eateries at the forefront of Cambridge's ongoing gastro revolution. Specialising, as their slogan promises, in ‘Meat. Bread. Beer’, this stylish venue has upped its game with the appointment of celebrated chef Rosie Sykes, who, as well as being a regular food writer for The Guardian, is known for setting up acclaimed gastropub The Sutton Arms in Smithfield, London.


If you fancy a really good curry then look no further,  Navadhanya was created by award winning chefs and staff from five-star hotel and Michelin Star backgrounds. The menu takes you on a culinary journey from the south to the north of India. they say they want to give you 'an authentic Royal Indian dining experience served with the utmost courtesy and hospitality'. We've always enjoyed coming here.

The Mill Works

MillWorks is a historic Cambridge Mill re-energised into an eclectic modern brasserie. Set right next to the mill pond and close to the main punting area. Pop across to the Granta for a drink first in their beer garden overlooking the pond.Think vibrant, punchy flavours with elements of smoke from their charcoal grill 'Mortimer'.
Brunch. Lunch. Dinner.

Cambridge Chop House

The Cambridge Chop House is in the heart of the city centre, 50 yards from King’s College Chapel The restaurant has a wonderful cellar area with spacious, white washed walls and the ground floor area has spectacular views.

The food is traditional British, no nonsense and keenly presented. They take their real ales very seriously and serve local ales straight from the cask at sensible prices. The wine list is thorough and imaginative. Service is knowledgeable, smiley and efficient.

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