5 Indie shops in Cambridge
Christmas has come early this year! There is nothing better than a shopping spree away from the sofa browsing at local Indie shops! We’re pleased to share that there has been a fantastic addition to new Indie shops in Cambridge recently.
Ladispensa on Chesterton Road
Just a stone’s throw away from Cambridge city centre on Chesterton Road north of the River Cam, you can find Ladispensa. This strip of Chesterton Road is becoming the new foodie place in Cambridge, with Thirsty next door, a Polish deli, the farm shop Radmore, a bakery, a cafe and some great pubs.
Ladispensa is an Italian/ Spanish deli by the creators or Tradizione of Mill Road serving an excellent selection of cheeses, charcuterie and delicious ready meals such as Seabass, traditional Roman supplì or Spanish tortilla … ready to eat, ready to go!
What the Fleur on Magdalene Street
On one of the prettiest streets in Cambridge, a new shop has appeared! We’re not only in love with the name, What the Fleur, but the offering too!
Julia Zimmerman is the head florist behind What The Fleur. After 15+ years working in floristry, she has defined her own approach to flowers that is as refreshing, unique, and bursting with as much energy as she is. Julia loves meeting new clients, and bringing their ideas to life.
What the Fleur specialises in creating flowers, arrangements and bouquets that are one-of-a-kind, picture-worthy, and dare we say, a little badass? They believe flowers can set the tone for the day, whether they’re for your wedding, or at home on your dining table! We couldn’t agree more!
Designer vintage & Streetwear at Groovy Garage
Looking for something different? Into vintage clothes, unique prints and garms? Groovy Garage also known as GG is the place to check out in the city centre or Cambridge. Located on Magdalena Street.
Soap and Clay – Cambridge Made Gifts
Another quirky new shop on Magdalena Street popped up. Soap and Clay specialise in artisan soap and bath products that are kind to nature and kind to skin. They use clays in their products for a spa-quality experience. Their shop in Magdalena Street also sells pottery sourced by local artists and a range of nature-inspired gifts.
Dulcis Gelato & Pasticcini
In a short time, Dulcis has become one of Cambridge’s favourite shops for a sweet treat. Alessandro and Maurizio serve the Cambridge community with authentic Italian specialities, which are pretty addictive!