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Midsummer House Restaurant
Said to be the best restaurant in Cambridge it has a divine location set on the river Camb - perfect for summer dining. This may be a hot spot for doting parents entertaining their student offspring but also well worth a trip out of town on a warm summer's day for the stunning setting and delicious fare. What's cooking? French/Mediterranean cuisine. Signature dishes include seared sea scallops, truffle vinaigrette a 'la Jean Bardet', roast rump of spring lamb, fresh ratatouille couscous, confit garlic, cherry tomatoes, jus of olives.

Midsummer House Restaurant was voted one of the Best Restaurants in East Anglia in the Observer Food Monthly's 2006 Food Awards.
Address: Midsummer Common
Price range: £75 - £84
Cuisines: Mediterranean

De Luca Cucina & Bar
De Luca Cucina & Bar in the heart of Cambridge is a stylish spot to enjoy food, wine, cocktails, coffee and live music all in a vibrant atmosphere. The cocktail bar at the front is perfect for coffee and light meals in the day and cocktails in the evening. An open kitchen provides real excitement with Roman and Sicilian chefs preparing simply delicious Italian/British food locally sourced. The dessert chef, one of Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen trainees, creates everything on site. The dining room is a smart, skylit space in the modern style. With a friendly, unpretentious atmosphere and attentive service, De Luca Cucina is the place to be. Like entertainment? There's also live music every Saturday evening ranging from jazz to soul.
Address: 83 Regent Street
Price range: £35 and under
Cuisines: Other

The Boathouse
There are few more attractive places to eat in Cambridgeshire than looking down the river Ouse as you enjoy a meal of fine British cuisine supplied with the Boathouse’s unique European twist. The inners of the restaurant calmly reflect the tranquillity of the riverside setting, but whilst you relax you can also peek at the chefs hard at work in the open plan kitchen, perhaps cooking up the locally caught eel which often features on the Boathouse’s a la carte and light lunch menus. Service is friendly and efficient, the wine list is extensive, and the Boathouse is delighted to host occasions ranging from a quiet lunch on the riverbank to a cheery evening feast.
Address: 5 - 5A Annesdale, Ely
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Other

Hotel du Vin - Cambridge
The Hotel Du Vin Bistro sits within a beautiful medieval building on Trumpington Street, and whilst it maintains many of its original features much tasteful transformation has been set in place to bring out the building’s more quirky features. A French style Bistro with a modern edge serving classic dishes from all over Europe, it’s the first restaurant under ownership of the Hotel Du Vin chain to host an open style kitchen, as well as a bar set within the unusual yet cosy surroundings of the Hotel’s vaulted cellar rooms. If an intimate night out is required, why not hire the private dining space, or explore the specialist wine tasting room.
Address: 15 - 19 Trumpington Street
Price range: £35 - £44
Cuisines: British

Located in the bustling Regent Street, Restaurant 17 is situated in the elegant, early Victorian period University Arms Hotel in the heart of Cambridge. With views of Parker's Piece and within walking distance of King's College and the city centre shops, R17 is ideally placed for working lunches, post-shopping pick-me-ups and chic evening meals. The contemporary restaurant enjoys full glass fronting with views of the hustle and bustle of the city, and offers a seasonally changing a la carte menu, focusing on local produce and suppliers. Popular dishes include the roast stuffed loin of pork with caramelised apple; 8oz fillet of Aberdeen Angus beef with field mushrooms; and the crispy calamari with chilli flakes and lime mayonnaise. Vegetarians and special diets are also well catered for.
Address: Regent Street
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Other

Edwinns - Cambridge
Edwinns is a chic and informal restaurant located in Bridge Street in the bustling city centre of Cambridge. With its striking fresh flower displays, cream walls and Scandinavian-style wooden furniture - the dining room at Edwinns has an elegant and relaxed ambience. The menu offers traditional English food with a contemporary twist – the emphasis being on freshness and quality. Signature dishes include the baked salmon with pea and sorrel purée; duck liver parfait with onion marmalade, and the decadent chocolate pudding with Baileys cream. The service at Edwinns is attentive and efficient, and there is an extensive list of global wines to choose from.
Address: 21-24 Bridge Street
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: British

The Galleria restaurant in Cambridge has the most brilliant location at the foot of Magdalene Bridge beside the River Cam, just in one of the deepest parts where the punters come unstuck. With a pair of terraces beside the river, diners have a ringside seat not only for the punting circus, but also for the pleasure of one of England’s loveliest views. This three-level continental restaurant is light and airy, romantic and pleasant, with wrought-iron balconies, ferns, French prints, bistro-style seating. Signature dish is poached fillets of monkfish in lemongrass with sweet red chilli cream sauce and tiger prawns with leeks and mushrooms served with rice. The very reasonable wines tend to favour Old World vineyards.
Address: 33 Bridge Street
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: British

Advocate Wine Bar & Restaurant
On the outskirts of Cambridge’s historic centre, The Advocate is the successor to the well know Lawyers. Cosy and welcoming, The Advocate combines the relaxed atmosphere of your favourite drinking hole with the romantic intimacy and great food of a top restaurant. Add to that an airy courtyard and you’re spoilt with a year round venue for any occasion. Using the finest traditional ingredients, The Advocate’s chefs create excellent traditional British dishes, from seasonal game to locally produced sausages and pies not to mention light bites for those quick lunches and a selection of truly special wines for all tastes.
Address: 6 Lensfield Road
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Other

The Fleur Bar & Bistro
Cambridge’s Fleur Bar & Bistro has changed beyond all recognition. Now coolly sophisticated throughout this is one of the trendiest hangouts that the historic university city has to offer. Decorated in ultra sleek and sexy monochrome, the leather seating is set off by a futuristic brushed metal bar and warm stripped wooden floors, while the thoughtfully planted patio area is the perfect place for a summertime sip. The bistro’s menu is put together using ingredients of the highest quality by chefs who are passionate about food meaning that everything from the mouthwatering meze to the fresh salads and succulent steaks are a treat for eye and tastebud alike.
Address: 73 Humberstone Road
Price range: £25 - £34

River Bar & Kitchen
The River Bar and Kitchen - with its cavernous loft-like vibe, Quayside location and creative crowd - has become one of Cambridge's premier restaurants. Located near the bustling town centre, the exclusive waterfront location makes The River Bar and Kitchen popular for special celebrations and cocktail parties, and the restaurant can be hired for private events. The modern European menu features classic dishes such as a spiced Moroccan vegetable tagine with caramelised apricots served with cous cous; venison steak with a bittersweet fig and port sauce served with pan-fried new potatoes, shallots and parsley; and plaice goujons with fresh aoili. The chic bar is ideal for pre/post dinner cocktails.
Address: Quayside, Off Bridge Street
Price range: £24 and Under

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