Kor.deli is another shining example of how quickly the foodie scene is growing outside of the Cambridge bubble. Towns like St Ives are becoming real hot spots for diverse and interesting places to eat with no sign of slowing down. Kor.deli is a Korean restaurant located on Merryland Street that offers authentic Korean dishes. The … Continue reading kor.deli – St Ives 🇰🇷
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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 Bottle Bank – St Ives
I popped into the Bottle Bank in St Ives this afternoon after hearing it mentioned several times across our Craft Beer In Cambridgeshire Facebook group. St Ives is already blessed with some great places to buy beer and alcohol, such as J Wadsworth (which is also one of the only place you can buy cigars … Continue reading The Bottle Bank – St Ives
Simon’s top 5 Indian restaurants in St Ives.
I finally tickled my last box in St Ives after dining in at Dhaba last night, so thought it would be fun to do a top 5 Indian restaurant list. Now, I know what it's like when you do a top 5. People get bent out of shape because their favourite did not get rated … Continue reading Simon’s top 5 Indian restaurants in St Ives.
Dhaba – A new favourite in St Ives? 🇮🇳
For a population of 16,000 people, St Ives does really well for Indian and Bangladeshi restaurants, with a total of 5 (excluding takeaways). Places like Ely and Huntingdon, which dwarf it in size only have two each, which gives you an idea of how lucky the town is. After my visit to Dhaba tonight, I … Continue reading Dhaba – A new favourite in St Ives? 🇮🇳
Oktoberfest @ The Filling Station 🇩🇪
For those of you who aren't already aware, The Filling Station has taken the Cambridgeshire craft beer scene by storm. By offering sustainable, high quality, and locally made craft beer which you are able to take away and drink in your very own home (thanks to their state of the art dispensing technology) they have … Continue reading Oktoberfest @ The Filling Station 🇩🇪
Floods Tavern – St Ives.
I've been a fan of Floods for years and I know it has a real cult following in the town. It's a very straight forward old English pub with a marvelous beer garden which goes into the back of the river. This may not be very important most of the year, with the British weather … Continue reading Floods Tavern – St Ives.
Seven Wives – St Ives
England were playing Germany in the women's euro final, so naturally this called for a true live football experience. My father lives in St Ives and he recommended going to the Seven Wives on Ramsey Road as it is a well known sports friendly pub. The Seven Wives isn't much to behold on the inside … Continue reading Seven Wives – St Ives
Holy Burger – St Ives
Tucked away in a St Ives industrial estate is Holy Burger. This food van has been on my radar for a while now, yet has always managed to escape me for one reason or another. Today I thought I would take the plunge and finally see what it had to offer. Holy Burger first caught … Continue reading Holy Burger – St Ives
PR Massala – St Ives
My cousin was back from the Unite States and it was our first meeting since before the pandemic. It has been hard for her stuck in America as the Indian restaurants just don't quite make the cut over there, so naturally the moment she arrived we decided to head straight into St Ives and grab … Continue reading PR Massala – St Ives
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