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With something for even the most discerning palate, the selection of restaurants in Cambridge makes choosing somewhere to dine a difficult decision to make. Offering something for all occasions, the choices range from Michelin Star European cuisine to the best tastes of the Orient.
WELCOME TO THE AWARD WINNING PRANA INDIAN RESTAURANT CAMBRIDGE We warmly welcome you to experience dining at Prana Indian Restaurant Cambridge. Our aim is to provide the finest food cooked with fresh ingredients to the highest standards along with excellent wines, elegant surroundings and a wealth of atmosphere. We hope the memory of your visit to Prana Indian Restaurant Cambridge will be pleasant and linger with you until you return.
Welcome to Raja Indian Restaurant Cambridge. Raja prides itself in using secret home recipes which have proven to be a huge hit with the Cambridge locals for many years. Recipes that have been passed down over many generations. Our Curry King in Cambridge has an unique menu that will surprise you… We love to get creative at Raja, creating great new twists to classic indo-British curries like your Masala and Madras. You can expect a unique experience from the moment you step into Raja, a restaurant full of character with some personal touches to really make you appreciate the history of the curry.
Restaurant Twenty-Two first opened its doors 40 years ago and is now under the ownership of partners Sam Carter and Alex Olivier.
Easygoing restaurant offering brunch, sourdough pizzas & local beer.
Welcome to SIX Cambridge. Great food with spectacular views.
This comfortable restaurant & bar with exposed-brick walls offers a classic English menu & pints.
Sticks'n'Sushi is a restaurant and take-away chain specialising in sushi and yakitori sticks.
Nestled away down on the Quayside in Cambridge, Thaikhun transports you from the River Cam to the streets of Koh San road in Thailand. With booth seating and two small private dining rooms we make the perfect place to celebrate or relax with friends! The menu features classic Thai dishes, vegan options and some modern twists.
First World War poet Rupert Brooke studied at King’s College, Cambridge, and spent time living in Grantchester. He was so enamoured with the Cambridgeshire village he penned one of his most famous works, The Old Vicarage, about his home there.