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Restaurants in Cambridge

The second-oldest university town in the UK, and Oxford’s great rival, Cambridge was recently called ‘one of the most beautiful cities in the world’ by the US magazine Forbes. St John’s College is home to the oldest university building still in active use, but the oldest surviving college is the 13th-century Peterhouse, followed by Trinity, Clare and Pembroke. Many colleges now charge tourists for admission, and along with attractions like The Fitzwilliam Museum, King’s College Chapel, and the Round Church (the city’s second-oldest building) it means Cambridge is crowded with tourists, especially between April and September. Most are day trippers, who tend to patronise the many chain eateries, but there is a growing dining-out scene, and restaurants in Cambridge include the one-Michelin-starred Alimentum, and the two-Michelin-starred Midsummer House. Elsewhere, the rejuvenated Fitzbillies is good for coffee, Chelsea buns and light lunches, the Cambridge Chop House for no-nonsense classic British dishes.

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Jamie's Italian Cambridge

The Old Library Wheeler Street, Cambridge, CB2 3QJ
Within 14km (148m)
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Jamie Oliver’s passport may be British, but it was a passion for Italy that made his name in the first place. Appropriately, Jamie’s Italian represents... more »

Strada Cambridge

17 Trinity Street, Cambridge, CB2 1TB
Within 14km (236m)
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Strada’s pizza bases pass the thin and crispy test. The toppings are fresh, the flavours authentic and the price is right – such things matter to the... more »
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