The eight Michelin Restaurants in Cambridge
Are you looking for a restaurant for a special occasion or want to enjoy good food? There are eight Michelin Restaurants in Cambridge. The Michelin Guide is the prestigious guide known for awarding restaurants Michelin Stars for their excellent service and cuisine.
The Michelin Plate is the step before being awarded a Michelin Star. It’s awarded to restaurants with neither a star nor a Bib Gourmand, but have excelled in their service and cuisine.
Dining at the 2 Michelin stars and five AA rosettes restaurant of Daniel Clifford is a real treat, either dining in their dining room or their lush garden. Daniel’s style is best described as modern British cuisine underpinned by classical French technique.
Restaurant 22 is one of Cambridge’s most popular restaurants. This lovingly restored Victorian townhouse backs onto the River Cam and Jesus Green and is home to exciting, modern British dining. The menu changes often depending on what seasonal produce from local producers.
Indian cuisine has never tasted so good! Navadhanya focuses on creating the ultimate Indian fine dining experience with a contemporary approach, showcasing the finest seasonal and sustainable ingredients prepared by their Michelin trained team of Indian chefs.
Parker’s Tavern Restaurant is part of one of the landmarks in Cambridge, The University Arms on Parkers Piece. It’s all about unpretentious British cooking. Tristan Welch combines his love of Cambridgeshire with his experience in the world’s best kitchens using locally sourced products.
This Grade II listed old coaching inn constructed in the 17th century is just a stone’s throw away from Cambridge. The Crown & Punchbowl is now a quaint country pub and restaurant with delightful rooms nestled amongst farmhouses in the village of Horningsea.
The quirky Tickell Arms is in the heart of Whittlesford, a lovely village 5 miles south of Cambridge. It focuses on seasonal modern British food in relaxed surroundings and wonderful roast dinners on Sunday lunchtimes. Besides their rose garden, they also have a beer garden.
The award-winning Chef Mark Poynton opened his restaurant on the outskirts of Cambridge in 2020. The Ancient Shepherds in Fen Ditton is a beautiful 15th Century restaurant with rooms and just a short walk from the River Cam. Mark’s style is modern seasonal cuisine.
The delightful 17th Century Grade II listed Three Hills in Bartlow is 30 minutes by car from the centre of Cambridge. This charming dog-friendly country pub with 6 luxury bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant is perfect for a weekend break or a bite to eat on your country walk.
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