Tzatziki @ The Royal Standard

It has been a long time coming but I have finally made it to The Royal Standard! ๐ŸŽ‰ The Royal Standard is not just known for having a wide selection of imported European beer and local craft beer but also for hosting one of the hottest Greek restaurants in Cambridge, Tzatziki. Advert - Lalbagh, Bourn … Continue reading Tzatziki @ The Royal Standard

The Brook’s first beer festival

โ€˜Advertโ€™ โ€“ The Brook has previously advertised on the Cambridge Foodies blog. On this occasion some of the food provided by The Brook was provided at no charge. No conditions were given on attending. The food at Oreno was not provided free and fully paid for. Everything written is accurate and our unbiased opinionโ€™. For … Continue reading The Brook’s first beer festival

The Brook – Home to the best biryani in Cambridge? ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ

After reading Lee Heryet's post about his quest to find the ultimate biryani in Cambridge, I simply had to visit for myself, especially after his bold claim that The Brook on Mill Road was one of the best and most authentic biryani's in the city. It was not just Lee I had heard this from … Continue reading The Brook – Home to the best biryani in Cambridge? ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ

Seoul Plaza – Mill Road ๐Ÿ‡ฐ๐Ÿ‡ท

I have always adored the Seoul Plaza. I have been coming here for well over a decade back when I used to visit Korean friends in the area. We would visit on a Friday afternoon and grab ingredients for dinner over the weekend. They would then introduce me to an unrealised world of Korean cuisine. … Continue reading Seoul Plaza – Mill Road ๐Ÿ‡ฐ๐Ÿ‡ท

Little Petra – Mill Road

I met up with my good friend Samuel from Be Social Cambridge to catch up and grab a late lunch. Samuel knows the Cambridge food scene well and recommended a small family run Jordanian restaurant called Little Petra. I'm still trying to work my way through all the restaurants on Mill Road, so I was … Continue reading Little Petra – Mill Road

Bacchanalia – Mill Road

Nothing screams Mill Road like swinging by Bacchanalia. This small and quirky alcohol specialist has been going since I can remember and is well known by those within the know for selling a wide range of high quality alcoholic beverages. Hiding in plain sight, this shop can easily be missed. Even people who live down … Continue reading Bacchanalia – Mill Road

196 – Mill Road

You'd be forgiven for never knowing that 196 existed. Though the name of the bar is actually plastered across the entrance, 196 is simply the address. Walking past you would only assume that it is another generic cafe or place of business. There is no sign out the front, no menu is on display, and … Continue reading 196 – Mill Road

Samaan – Mill Road

My mother and I both had the day off Tuesday, so thought we would make the most of it by going out for lunch. One of my favourite things to do is spontaneously walk down Mill Road discover myself another hidden gem down the essential foodie hub of Cambridge.The last time I strolled down here … Continue reading Samaan – Mill Road

Prana – Mill Road

I've always had the same issue with Prana. The food is always great quality here but the price has never been justifiable. I understand the idea behind having a mid-ranged restaurant above the usual Indians but below the high end Michellin restaurants, but dining here tonight has cemented the idea that you can still find … Continue reading Prana – Mill Road

Fancett’s – Mill Road

Cambridge Foodie Eunice hit the French Bistro Fancett's, at the heart of the Cambridge foodie scene, Mill Road. "Thanks to this group for recommendation, we went trying Fancettes on Mill Road that was open in September for lunch today. Amazing experience i have to say. Of course we donโ€™t want Chain restaurants all over Cambridge, … Continue reading Fancett’s – Mill Road