An insiders' small essential list of food and drink venues in Cambridge 2012
Wednesday 23rd of April 2014
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Bill's, Green Street, Cambridge

April 19, 2012
This premises previously housed the Slug and Lettuce which I disliked, so it was a breath of fresh air when something new came along.

Bill's is a chain, born of earnest humble roots. There are six of them in total - the original one founded in Lewes, 2001. The concept started as a sort of grocer/deli/cafe serving simple stuff well made with local produce. The offspring of this idea are in Cambridge, Brighton, Reading, Islington and Covent Garden.

At first glance, the place appears fun, colourful and offbeat, which adds to the allure. You just want to get in and have an explore. The walls are basically floor to ceiling shelves of deli stuff, mostly own brand pickles, oils and jams. The main tables look like very large pieces of driftwood ready to accept communal eating. The roof is a maze of stylish metal pipework, the sort that Tom ...

Strada, Trinity Street, Cambridge

August 06, 2010
This is an Italian chain restaurant that I am sure you are very familiar with as they seem to be on almost every High Street. Actually there is much more ...

The Hole in the Wall, Little Wilbraham

April 12, 2012
The Hole in the Wall manages to do something many 'foodie' pubs do not. It is still a pub at heart. ...

YO! Sushi, Petty Cury, Cambridge

November 17, 2010
Another big chain arrives in Cambridge.

Other ...

The Plough at Coton

July 15, 2010
My first review is a bit negative I am afraid.

The Plough at Coton is ...

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