‘Advert’ – 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 opinion’. For … Continue reading The Brook’s first beer festival
Lunch @ the Golden Lion – St Ives
The family and I popped into The Golden Lion in St Ives to have a coffee and a bit of lunch over the Easter period. I have been there once or twice in the past, which was mostly for drinks, so I had no idea what to expect for a meal. My father is a … Continue reading Lunch @ the Golden Lion – St Ives
The Prince Regent – Regent Street
After a very flat and uninspiring meal at Cuba Libre for mother's day, we decided to pop in to the Prince Regent for a couple of pints. I used to drink here all the time but it has been a couple of years since my last visit. I was not expecting much to change as … Continue reading The Prince Regent – Regent Street
The Robin Hood – Cherry Hinton
The Cambridge Foodies isn't just for expensive gourmet cuisine. I have always tried to represent all types of food and explore every budget I can in order to keep our community inclusive. As long as we can provide a utility to someone, then I feel the urge to report it. I know dozens of people, … Continue reading The Robin Hood – Cherry Hinton
The Alexander – The best burgers in town!
After a couple of excited posts on the Cambridge Foodies about the burgers at The Alex, on Gwydir Street, I decided to visit for myself and see what all the fuss was about. The pub is a lovely place to be in, with a lovely back area making it significantly more roomy than it appears … Continue reading The Alexander – The best burgers in town!
BrewBoard takes over Green Street.
After hearing the devastating news of The Swoop Retail Taproom closing down on Green Street recently, I was left feeling anxious about what was going to replace it. The Swoop offered a wide range of local products from craft beer master classes, chicken wing take over events, and Hot Numbers coffee. It was a perfect … Continue reading BrewBoard takes over Green Street.
The Three Pickerels – Mepal
The Three Pickerels is one of those perfect places to take your dog on a Sunday afternoon. Located along the New Bedford Rive, it provides wonderful views of the countryside and a nice open space for your dog to sit while you enjoy a cheeky pint and a pizza. The pub is currently in the … Continue reading The Three Pickerels – Mepal
The White Horse – Swavesy
It's been a long time since I have been to the White Horse in Swavesy. I used to come here over a decade ago on my lunch break when I used to do training courses. My memories are filled with disappointment as I used to pop in for 30-45 minutes during my lunch break and … Continue reading The White Horse – Swavesy
The Petersfield – Sturton Street
Meeting up with an old friend for drinks in Cambridge recently, I stumbled across The Petersfield on Sturton Street. I've been up and down Kingston Street more times than I can count but I had never noticed this place tucked away in the corner. It's a very striking pub with beautiful flowers hanging from the … Continue reading The Petersfield – Sturton Street
The Six Six Bar – Cambridge
Those of you over the age of 30 may remember a once iconic music venue on East Road called The Boat Race. Home to huge bands before they made it big such as Oasis, Snow Patrol, and one of my personal favourites Queen Adreena. The Boat Race was another casualty of the ever declining Cambridge … Continue reading The Six Six Bar – Cambridge
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