Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Discover places to wine and dine in Cambridge

Cambridge is a fabulous destination for foodies! From local pubs to lavish eateries, the city caters to every gastronomic taste. Grab a drink, tuck into a delicious meal, and enjoy the culinary delights of one of the UK’s finest cities. 

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KEY FACTS
  • There are eight Michelin Restaurants in Cambridge.
Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa
Car Parks
Fine Dining
Hotels
Restaurants
Toilets

Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa

Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa is nestled in three acres of beautiful manicured lawns and secluded rose gardens offering modern luxury and comfort of an exquisite, independent boutique hotel. The only 4 Red Star hotel in Newmarket, offering 80 stylish boutique hotel rooms and suites offers guests the height of luxury and comfort. Our award-winning 2 AA rosette restaurant and traditional bar offers a la carte, bar menu and scrumptious afternoon teas making it the perfect place to dine. Our seven stylish state-of-the-art dedicated conference and event rooms are some of the most advanced in East Anglia. All our rooms have wireless internet access and air conditioning. Some have high definition plasma display monitors with the very latest presentation technology. Our ‘5 bubble’ rated spa! Sitting adjacent to the hotel, it boasts a rooftop hot tub, hydrotherapy pool, steam room, sauna, and experiential showers.

Ben’s Yard
Coffee Shops & Tea Rooms
Fashion
Food & Drink
Gift Shops
Restaurants

Ben’s Yard

Launching Spring 2023, Ben's Yard is a rural retail village on the edge of Ely welcoming your new go-to café/restaurant, fashion and lifestyle boutiques, head-to-toe spa services, artisan food hall, playground and a 6 acre event space all beautifully landscaped on the Stuntney Estate with marked trails through woodland, fenland and wildflower meadows.

Bill’s Restaurant & Bar
Restaurants

Bill’s Restaurant & Bar

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.

Boathouse Pub
Pubs

Boathouse Pub

The Boathouse is a pub at the heart and soul of Cambridge situated on the river. Whether you want a pop in for your favourite tipple, catch up with friends and family over lovingly cooked food, or celebrate a special occasion, we cannot wait to see you.

Bread & Meat
Coffee Shops & Tea Rooms
Street Food
Take Aways

Bread & Meat

Bene't Street

Bridges
Coffee Shops & Tea Rooms

Bridges

Bridge Street

Browns Cambridge
Restaurants

Browns Cambridge

Centrally located for Cambridge’s local attractions and university buildings, Browns Cambridge is housed in the historic old 19th Century Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

Cafe Abantu
Coffee Shops & Tea Rooms
Take Aways

Cafe Abantu

Small Independent Cafe in Cambridge.

Café Foy
Coffee Shops & Tea Rooms

Café Foy

Quayside

Calverley’s Brewery LTD
Bars & Clubs
Pubs
Toilets

Calverley’s Brewery LTD

Calverley's Brewery & Taproom: A craft beer destination with unique brews in a welcoming atmosphere.

Charlie’s Coffee Company & Pizzeria
Coffee Shops & Tea Rooms

Charlie’s Coffee Company & Pizzeria

Burleigh Street

Chill#2 Cafe & Bar
Coffee Shops & Tea Rooms

Chill#2 Cafe & Bar

With speciality coffee from Climpson & Sons and proper teas & hot chocolate, this is the perfect place to relax within reach of Cambridge rail station.

Courtyard Kitchen
Art & Framing
Coffee Shops & Tea Rooms
Food & Drink
Gift Shops
Leisure Activities
Museums & Galleries
Restaurants

Courtyard Kitchen

Combining food and culture, our modern eatery is the perfect spot to enjoy freshly prepared, homemade food whilst being able to peruse the contemporary exhibitions, art and antiquities within the museum walls.

De Luca Cucina & Bar
Restaurants

De Luca Cucina & Bar

DoppleGanger Burger
Restaurants

DoppleGanger Burger

Regent Street

Fitzbillies
Coffee Shops & Tea Rooms

Fitzbillies

Cambridge Baker & Provisioner. Est. 1920 Serving you breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, coffee and cakes every day of the week.

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