The cultural diversity of Cambridge is reflected in the selection of international cuisine offered in the city’s restaurants. Options vary from restaurants such as Midsummer House with two Michelin stars to cheap and cheerful bistros
The Midsummer restaurant is not only one of the best fine dining restaurants in Cambridge but also hosts a superior private dining room.
The Ivy Brasserie
The Ivy Cambridge Brasserie is located on the bustling Trinity Street in central Cambridge, the restaurant makes for an ideal spot to enjoy an accessible all-encompassing menu, serving British classics from dawn until dusk, including breakfast, elevenses, weekend brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, light snacks, dinner and cocktails.
Browns Brasserie & Bar
Part of a converted wing of the old Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Browns Brasserie & Bar Cambridge is without a doubt one of the best places to eat in Cambridge. You’ll find Browns located in the heart of the city close to the Fitzwilliam Museum, just around the corner from the Mathematical Bridge, and close to the River Cam — famous for its punting.
Step inside through the stunning Virginia creeper that frames the entrance and you’ll discover a beautifully decorated, light, airy space with a bustling atmosphere, which is perfect for a spot of lunch in Cambridge. As for those lazy, sunny days, why not relax on the outdoor terrace, gently sipping one of Browns legendary Bloody Marys?
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