- There are eight Michelin Restaurants in Cambridge.
From making your own gin with one of the world’s most innovative distilleries, to trying the best of the Cambridge food scene – here are some uniquely Cambridge experiences to seek out during your stayFind out more
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.
Cambridge’s café culture is thriving. From specialist coffee shops to old-school bakeries, these are some of the best bets for a hot drink and a bite to eat.
Whether you fancy burgers, brunch or sweet treats, Cambridge has more plant-based eateries than ever before. Here are five of the best.
From refined restaurants to fantastic food trucks, the Cambridge food scene is thriving – here are some unmissable eateries to try during your visit.
Parker's Tavern offers a delicious local food and beverage menu from Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
Restaurant Twenty-Two first opened its doors 40 years ago and is now under the ownership of partners Sam Carter and Alex Olivier.
Enjoy 100% plant-based small plates and punchy cocktails in the heart of Cambridge.
Home to the Better Burger.
Small Independent Cafe in Cambridge.
Coffee shop, cafe, Breakfast, Lunch, Burgers
Big Deal Comedy is well known for its fantastic comedy nights, with plenty of customer testimonials to prove it. "Such a good night, comedy was 1st rate and the bar efficient and reasonable. Will definitely be back" Andy, Cambourne
Wine tastings & wine courses, private events and birthday parties. Gift vouchers that last 2 years. WSET exam courses. 5-star reviews.
With speciality coffee from Climpson & Sons and proper teas & hot chocolate, this is the perfect place to relax within reach of Cambridge rail station.
Clare Hall is a college for advanced study at the University of Cambridge. We have beautiful grounds and gardens to explore. A British architect and long-time resident of Sweden, Ralph Erskine, was enlisted to build a resolutely modern community within Cambridge’s history-rich landscape.
Lord Byron, the famous Romantic poet, is said to have kept a bear while he was a student at Trinity College in the 1800s.