This is, of course, the second branch and development of the popular CB1 Internet Cafe. It is more than just a humble cyber cafe—full lunches ... More
CB2 Internet Bistro
This is, of course, the second branch and development of the popular CB1 Internet Cafe. It is more than just a humble cyber cafe—full lunches and evening meals are available, which are inexpensive and prepared by a creative chef. The setting is also relaxing, despite the high-technology edge. You can buy (or just browse) a second-hand book if you don't fancy surfing the web. There is a non-smoking area available.
CB2s benefits from being off the general Cambridge tourist route and the radar of many of the students. It has a relaxed, continental (with opening hours to match) atmosphere, friendly staff, interesting events and a generally cosmopolitan clientele. While I have had the same dish produced with variable quality on different occasions the food is general good and well priced. I recommend the Meze platter, the wraps and the burgers (not for the faint-hearted!). All in all a real find and I wish that there were more places like it in Cambridge.
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