The Cambridge Curry Centre has been around since the 60s. The restaurant has two sections - the main room and a party room downstairs. The former ... More
Cambridge Curry Centre
The Cambridge Curry Centre has been around since the 60s. The restaurant has two sections - the main room and a party room downstairs. The former provides a cosy atmosphere, while the latter is ideal for large parties. If you're a curry fan, you'll love it here. Meat-eaters and vegetarians are both well catered for and in addition to the usual fare, there's a myriad of sundries and a selection of English meals.
A good variety of takeaway sandwiches and cakes is always on offer at this sandwich bar. With all the usual
favourites, such as cheese, tuna and ham, as well as a range of more exciting fare, you can't go ...
Dojo Noodle Bar is a must for all fans of Japanese, Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine. The menu sports a
varied range of noodle treats: soup based, wok fried, or smothered in sauce. There are plenty of vegetarian, meat ...
Opposite the Fitzwilliam Museum lies this seafood restaurant and oyster bar, which fits perfectly into the historic setting of Cambridge.
Fresh seafood is served in brasserie style, and a varied list of quality wines complements the reasonably priced dishes. ...
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