This elegant chop house in the heart of Cambridge, with views of the Chapel and Kings Parade through the huge floor length windows, is a spacious, stylish, airy environment with stripped, fresh white walls, rustic wooden floors, vintage furniture and graceful light fittings. A cellar space down the staircase oozes speakeasy sophistication, with plush leather seats, low brick arches over cosy booth seats and detailed wall paintings that warm up this comfy little nook below the ground.
Serving the tastiest in traditional British dishes, expect a focus on steak, with any cut you like available on this menu, from Sirloin on the bone to fillet medallions and even appearances from tender lamb additions. These chefs don't stop there - expect to find vegetarian options too along with exciting options such as the Pig Platter, which involves braised cheek, roasted belly, chargrilled pork rib-eye, black pudding hash, creamed greens, rhubarb and apple sauce, along with a feature of crackling, all for £18.50.
With outdoor street-side tables and a heady list of fine wines (starting at £19 a bottle), cask ales and boozy beers to boot, you're sure to have a great night. Off to the theatre later? Pop in for a set pre-theatre nibble on a menu that caters for the very occasion.
|Pint of Real Ale||£3.30|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£3.70|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£4.00|
|Bottle of House Wine||£19.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£50.00|
A word from the chef:
Serving wholesome, honest, British tradition on a plate, expect a focus of fine cuts of beef, with the sirloin steak costing £22.
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