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  • OpenTable Diner
    Cambridge/Cambridgeshire •1 review
    Dined 3 days ago
    We had a Sunday family lunch. Prime ribs were delicious. Great to have a choice from the menu rather than just a Sunday roast option. Service was good, staff friendly and attentive. Not a gastro pub, a well laid out ‘local feel’ where sitting near the fire place or eating in the restaurant will be equally enjoyable. Highly recommended.
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    GeorgePrice: Moderate• Pub• Keyston
  • LindaM
    Cambridge/Cambridgeshire •1 review
    Dined 4 days ago
    Great service from everyone from the moment we arrived a d everyone very friendly. Had the Toast to Spring menu which did not disappoint and fantastic value for money. All courses were served with a nice break in between and we were never felt rushed. Overall a fantastic visit and will definitely be visiting again.
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    The Ivy Cambridge BrasseriePrice: Expensive• Contemporary British• Cambridge
  • JacquiR
    Cambridge/Cambridgeshire •1 review
    Dined 5 days ago
    Amazing food in a very popular pub. The main bar got really busy with standing room only from early evening (we were there just before 6pm). The restaurant area isn't big but was enough and again was popular. The food was lovely, burgers weren't dry and were so tall, they are a challenge to eat! But I managed 😉 my partner had the mixed grill and it was really good with every element cooked properly. Portions are just right to leave room for desert but we definitely would have struggled to have 3 courses. The service was friendly polite and efficient giving us complete strangers a warm welcome. Hope to be in that neck of the woods again soon so will definitely be going again.
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    Waggon and HorsesPrice: Moderate• Pub• St Neots
  • DonnaP
    Cambridge/Cambridgeshire •2 reviews
    Dined 6 days ago
    Dinner and catch up with a friend. We had steak & chips and a seabass dish, followed by a desert of waffle and fruit. Food was exquisite and the service top notch. Food is always good here, but last night it surpassed previous visits. Look forward to returning soon.
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    The George HotelPrice: Expensive• British• Huntingdon
  • MarcG
    Northampton/Northamptonshire •2 reviews
    Dined on 30 Mar 2024
    OK - so it was a very interesting venue - not simple to find if you were not on top of the sat nav and equally, the restaurant itself once on the complex (not just a noun her e but an adjective as well) was somewhat tucked away in the far corner of the vast golfing and wildlife centre. Not simple in the daytime let alone at night. Once we were there we went into the restaurant. It was not promising as it was quiet - very quiet. At that time it appeared that there were more staff than diners and right now you are wondering if we had made a mistake - rest assured (Gravel Pit management included) we had not. It was our anniversary and we were with friends. We took ages to decide what to eat because - despite lots of dietary restrictions - there was a lot to chose from in a relatively small menu. For the carnivores - which we are not - there was some lovely options. For the vegetarians / pescatarians - which we are (including vegans) the restaurant menu was full of choice. A good drinks selection - as you would expect from a golf club - and we were away. The restaurant itself is sort of round with lots of comfy chairs and banquettes. During the day I am guessing it looks out on the wetlands but at night outside is very dark - lovely in my book. The waiting staff were attentive, friendly and not too hovering. But you want to know about the food so - between us we had two vegan gyros (lovely flavour, texture and more than enough to fool most carnivores), fish and chips (lovely portions and according to Colin, really well cooked), and the Caponata Gnocchi (which my wife loved). We then had dessert - two ice creams (yes I know we are boring but Colin and I love ice cream) and our wives shared a Zesty Lemon Tart. All lovely - and at this point I would like to mention the star of the restaurant - the automated robot servers bringing the food from the kitchens to the servers. Kept us amused all evening. it was cold but that's ok - we put our fleeces on so nothing horrendous!
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    The Gravel Pit Brasserie & BarPrice: Very Expensive• International• Bedford
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