Best and newest places to eat in Cambridge
Whether you’re a foodie or just someone who enjoys a good meal out, Cambridge makes a great destination. As @CambridgeNewsUK says, “From restaurants to bars, cafes and everything in between – there is no shortage of brilliant places to go and eat.”
And with more eateries opening in and around Cambridge every week, there’s never been a better time to discover the culinary heart of the city. To help you navigate your way through the huge choice of excellent eateries dotted around Cambridge, we’re taking a look at some of the best, and most exciting places to eat in the city.
The Copper Kettle
Located on King’s Parade, in the historic heart of the city, The Copper Kettle is one of the oldest restaurants in Cambridge. Open all day, the eatery dishes up a choice of breakfasts, brunches, and lunches.
In the evenings, the light offerings are replaced with a Mediterranean inspired menu filled with fresh veg, fish and vegetarian options. A great place to refuel as you explore the city or to meet friends for an evening meal, the Copper Kettle is a must for anyone staying in the city.
If you want to experience the high life during your stay in Cambridge, Trinity is the perfect choice. The restaurant’s menu features champagne and oysters among a host of other delicacies and indulgences, giving you the perfect opportunity to enjoy a real treat.
The menu is packed full of mouthwatering meat and fish dishes. However, there’s always a choice of veggie meals on offer, so you should be able to find something to keep everyone in your group happy.
The building that the Pint Shop now occupies was once home to EM Forster, making it a great destination for anyone interested in the city’s literary past. The eatery has a gin menu that runs to three pages as well as an excellent choice of whiskeys and beers. Head to the restaurant on a Sunday to enjoy a traditional roast with all the trimmings.
Midsummer House is arguably the fanciest restaurant in Cambridge. The perfect venue for a real celebration, the restaurant offers both a la carte and tasting menus throughout the week. If you’re looking for somewhere to celebrate passing your PhD or achieving a degree, this indulgent eatery is a great choice.
The Tiffin Truck
Cambridge is lucky enough to have a number of excellent Indian restaurants on its doorstep and the Tiffin Truck is one of the best. Combining incredible Indian cuisine with sharable, tapas-style plates, the restaurant is a great place to meet friends.
With so many excellent eateries in and around the city centre, the hardest part of eating in Cambridge is deciding where to go. Find out more about things to do in the city by taking a look through our site today.