Discover Kings Parade
Every year, many tourists flock to Kings Parade to visit the Cambridge Colleges, with Kings College being the main attraction. Take some time to walk down Kings Parade on the other side. There are some lovely shops and restaurants, mainly independent.
The Fudge Kitchen is one of our favourite shops in Cambridge. Not only for selling delicious fudge but the action too! The Cambridge Fudge Kitchen makes fudge on the spot using cream instead of butter, which gives it a lovely smooth texture. So pop in and say hello to the team, watch the action, and if you’re lucky, you might get a sample too!
Since the early 1900s, this quintessential tea room has been popular with students, tutors and visitors. With these stunning views , Copper Kettle is one of the best places for a fry up in Cambridge.
Born out of love of travel, Nomads imports goods and artefacts from the East. He has many great stories to tell, including tales of his Grandfather on a mapping expedition to Tibet in the 1920s.
Tucked away ‘under’ Kings Parade, you’ll find this delightful tiny restaurant. Look for the small alley way next to the Old Sweet Shop, Follow the signs of ITTOU. It will take you to their basement restaurant.
Contemporary gallery Byard Art offers a unique selection of two and three-dimensional work. They only sell originals and varies in medium, scale and price. Bespoke service is available.
our tip – visit Cambridge open studios
local artists, craftspeople and designer-makers open their studios to showcase their work