Health-focused Vietnamese cuisine has come to Wheeler Street as Pho serves up an impressive selection of noodle soups, salads and rice bowls - with over a quarter of the menu vegan - alongside a few unique cocktails to help wash it down.
Restaurants In Cambridge
Home to some of Cambridgeshire's finest eateries, in this city you're never more than a stone's throw from a good meal. With places that will please your mates, dates and picky parents, we've rounded up the best restaurants in Cambridge, from homely pub grub to the top spots to find plant-based plates.
The quirky and casual Punt Yard is your one-stop-shop for pizza and perky cocktails. Alongside their delicious sourdough slices, you'll also find a range of moreish kebabs, burgers and bar snacks.
BBQ is always the order of the day at this Station Road smokehouse as it offers up a meaty selection of ribs, burgers, loaded fries and 'Powerhouse Plates' that let you sample the breadth of the menu on one platter.
Just a stone's throw from Magdalene Bridge, this homely Cambridge restaurant is perfect for a relaxed meal of excellent British dishes. Whether you're in the market for a date night space or a family meal, its warm atmosphere will set the mood for any occasion.
A pub for all seasons, this station-side watering hold also offers a spot-on brunch and dinner menu of pub classics like fish & chips and juicy burgers, alongside a handful of more modern updates including vegan mac 'n' cheese and buttermilk fried chicken with sweet potato and courgette fritter.
Housed in a historic mill, the MillWorks' unique interior design quirks and enticing cocktail list are more than enough to get you through the door, but its excellent menu of international flavours will be sure to keep you there until pudding.
Modern European cooking gets an inclusive makeover as this vegan-friendly restaurant in Cambridge offers a mixed bag of meals for all diets, from fish tacos and spiced duck breast, to za'atar crusted tofu kebabs and wild mushroom and miso ramen.
Located in the centre of Cambridge, this gorgeous restaurant serves up delicious, no-nonsense British cuisine, from potted rabbit on rye bread to slow-cooked beef ribs and haggis fritters, alongside a unique list of French-focused wines and glorious views over King's College Chapel.
Its London offering was voted the favourite vegan eatery in the capital and its Cambridge sister is no less popular with its mix of indulgent plant-based eats, delicious brunches and great craft beer and cider selection.
Using beef from only the finest pedigrees, this Market Street spot boasts an impressive range of burgers with toppings ranging from classic lettuce, tomato and pickle to gruyere, date & walnut jam and truffle mayo.