Local places to eat

From cafes to fine dining, Cambridge and its surroundings have something for everyone – here are some of our favourites


 The black horse 

Recently reopened free-house. Offering coffee and cakes, light lunches and evening meals between 6 and 8, open Friday to Sunday. 

Three Horseshoes

Picturesque thatched Pub in neighbouring village of Madingley, serving restaurant quality food with a good value set menu on Tuesday to Friday.

SIx panoramic bar and restaurant

Located on the top floor beneath The Roof Top Garden of The Varsity Hotel With breath-taking 360° views across the Cambridge skyline, this brasserie also has a rooftop bar to watch the sunset from.

The boot, histon

Part of the Marco Pierre White group, The Boot includes a big bar, cosy snugs and fires as well as a sensational new oak beamed extension that houses the brasserie restaurant.

 

The Rupert Brooke - Grantchester, Cambridge | OpenTable

Rupert Brooke, Granchester

Nestled in the picturesque village of Granchester, with an informal brasserie and roof top terrace.

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The Punter

An old coaching inn on the corner of Pound Hill, on our side of the city, it has a converted barn and quirky courtyard.

 

cotto restaurant

Offers a delicious, creative and beautifully presented fixed price 3 course menu in contemporary surroundings

Pint shop

Creative chargrilled meat dishes and real ales in atmospheric bar with parquet floor and industrial-chic decor.

The Gog magog farm shop and cafe

A busy, family-owned Farm Shop, Deli, Café and award-winning Butchery south of Cambridge, they make the most delicious Scotch eggs and sausage rolls!