Food bloggers’ favourite places to eat in Cambridge

Food bloggers’ favourite places to eat in Cambridge

Food bloggers’ favourite places to eat in Cambridge

As anyone who lives in the city will know, Cambridge is a great place for foodies, as @cambridgefoodblog regularly writes about and reviews. The city is home to a fantastic choice of eateries and a great range of cuisines.

Whether you’re in the mood for Thai, Italian, Indian, or a bit of good old British comfort food, you’ll find something to whet your appetite and fill your stomach in Cambridge.

Thanks to its reputation as a foodie destination, Cambridge is home to a large number of blogs dedicated to the area’s culinary talent. These blogs offer tips and reviews on the newest and best restaurants in town, making them a great place to search for gastronomic inspiration. Here are some of their top tips to get you started.


Il Faro

According to @TigerMintBlog, “Il Faro aims to serve the best cocktails, wine, Mediterranean tapas and seafood specialities in Cambridge.”

Located close to Cambridge Leisure Park, the restaurant has its very own mixologist and so offers excellent drinks as well as great food. The tapas-style menu makes Il Faro the perfect choice for groups and couples who want to sample everything on the menu.


The Wrestlers 

A favourite haunt of Cambridge foodie shetalksglam, The Wrestlers serves up delicious Thai food in a cosy, relaxing pub setting. Located on Newmarket Road, not far from The Cambridge Museum of Technology, The Wrestlers offers a great choice of fresh, home-cooked meals that are packed with Thai spice and authentic eastern flavours.

Even though it’s slightly out of town, the eatery gets busy fast at mealtimes, so make sure you get there early if you have your heart set on sampling their delicious menu.


The Copper Kettle 

The Copper Kettle on King’s Parade is one of the oldest restaurants in Cambridge. It arguably also has one of the best views in the city, with large windows overlooking the historic buildings of King’s College and its world-famous chapel.

Recommended by food blogger Rosemary Talbot, The Copper Kettle offers cakes, sandwiches, light bites, and drinks during the day, and a delicious Mediterranean menu in the evenings. The restaurant has a good choice of meat-free options and so is a great destination for vegetarians.


The Tiffin Truck

Recommended by food blogger Charlotte Steggz, The Tiffin Truck is a bar and restaurant popular with hipsters that serves up authentic Indian street food alongside craft beers and cocktails.

Located on Regent Street, a stone’s throw from Parker’s Piece, the restaurant is right in the heart of the city. Visit The Tiffin Truck for a flavoursome lunch, or head to the eatery for an evening of great food and delicious drinks to make a night of it.

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