If you fancy a taste of something a little bit continental, then make a beeline for the Cambridge branch of this chain. The food is delicious, the ... More
If you fancy a taste of something a little bit continental, then make a beeline for the Cambridge branch of this chain. The food is delicious, the service is efficient and the fixed price menu is inexpensive with a good variety (GBP6.95 for two courses, or GBP8.95 for three courses). Hors d'oeuvres include Soupe à L'oignon, Moules Rouges, Baguette Rouge (char grilled steak) and Croque Monsieur. Dessert selections include Tarte au Citron and Petit Pot de Chocolat.
Open in Kingsmead Square for over four years, this little gem of a cafe serves good food at reasonable prices.
Decorated in bold red and blue with sturdy wooden tables and chairs, the seating area is comfortable without being ...
One of the engaging chain of bistro style French dining spots, Cafe Rouge opened here in 1995. It's popular with
the more moneyed set, which is good since it takes a fairly fat wallet to eat here, and offers ...
This Victorian Cafe Bar oozes elegance, from the main Cafe Royal Circle Bar with its ornate decoration to the wonderful
Oyster Bar in an adjoining room. Glide through the revolving doors, over marble flooring and into a period piece ...