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From cute tearooms to quirky cafes, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to coffee shops in Cambridgeshire. Hot Number Coffee serves up what many locals believe to be the best brew in the city, Bould Brothers is a quaint little cafe that creates an oasis of calm and tranquillity, and Fitzbillies is a world- famous cake shop; Stephen Fry tweeted about its Chelsea buns, celebrating them as ‘unmatched anywhere’.
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Hot Numbers Coffee Roasters are an Independent specialty coffee company with two successful coffee shops in Cambridge.
St Edwards Passage
Artisan coffee shop and Italian specialities in Cambridge.
Savino's is an authentic italian coffee shop in the middle of Cambridge.
A chained bubble tea shop serving high quality fresh tea. You can have milk tea, fruit tea, or milkshake.
Come and enjoy a coffee, tea, breakfast, light lunches and freshly made rolls at the Coffee house in Cambridge.
Stylish British bar and brasserie in a beautiful Victorian building, offering cocktails, classic small and large plates & one of Cambridge's largest beer garden's. The Orator is part of The Cambridge Union, a charity owned members club which is home to the world's oldest debating society.
Forming part of St John’s College, The Bridge of Sighs is one of Cambridge’s most famous landmarks. It shares little with its Venetian namesake, but this Gothic Revival style structure is a beauty in its own right, best admired by punt.