Where to eat and drink in Eddington
Are you visiting Cambridge and wondering where to get a bite to eat or a fancy cocktail in Eddington in Cambridge? Here is our list of Bars and Restaurants in Cambridge, and we have thrown in some street food and fine patisserie too.
Dutch Cambridge is a funky bar for a relaxed dining experience. Serving locally sourced products, including British cheeses and cured meats alongside salads. Drinks range from expertly sourced spirits, wines and beers, alongside an extensive cocktail menu. Dutch is the second site for the owners of 196 Cocktail Bar on Mill Road.
One of Cambridge’s best kept ‘secrets is the bakes of Andrew and his team. Andrew opened his first patisserie shop Dulcedo on Hills Road in 2017 and moved to Eddington in 2020.
Dulcedo serves freshly baked bread, fresh coffee, chocolates, pastries and lunch options and regular pizza nights from their shop in Eddington market square. Eclipse, his second shop, is located on Mill Road.
Street food at FoodPark
foodPark brings the favourite local street food vendors to Eddington. This street food collective of top quality Cambridge based traders pops up on Wednesdays evening and Saturday lunchtime at Eddington Square. The traders are local independent owner-operated businesses with an emphasis on high quality and carefully sourced ingredients.
KOTA Kitchen & Bar
Based on the Finnish concept of wood-fired cooking and community dining, KOTA offers warm and inviting hospitality, focusing on using local, independent, and environmentally conscious producers and suppliers. KOTA is the creation of the team behind the popular bar and kitchen NOVI in Regent Street. Enjoy relaxed a relaxed brunch, lunch or dinner at the main restaurant Kota, pastries and an excellent cup of coffee at their coffee shop and amazing sunsets and cocktails at their rooftop bar and beer garden.
KOTA’S Rooftop Bar
What’s even better than dining at Kota? Enjoy Cambridge’s views from a bird’s eye view with a cocktail in hand and enjoy their food at lunchtime or sunset. KOTA’s rooftop menu features innovative botanical cocktails using aromatics, infusions and shrubs and hand-crafted by their team of expert mixologists. Crafts beers, showcasing a host of local breweries, play a part of the eclectic menu, as will nibbles and small plates.
In a rush or looking for a co-working space? Stop by at KOTA’s funky coffee spot for third-wave coffee, fresh juices and smoothies. Grab a pastry of something savoury on the go before you head into Cambridge. With ample car parking away from the city centre and close to the M11, it’s a perfect place for business meetings.
Eat out in Cambridge
Check out the fantastic independent cafes, shops, bars and restaurants in the most vibrant street in Cambridge, Mill Road, Cambridge’s Michelin Restaurants, our Street Food Guide for a bite to eat and the restaurants in the Arts Quarter of Cambridge and the Ultimate Drinks guide.
Enjoy your time in Cambridge!