The 16th-century Emmanuel College ('Emma' to students) is famous for its exquisite chapel designed by Sir Christopher Wren. The college...
Over 500 years old and a grand old institution, Christ's is worth visiting if only for its gleaming Great Gate emblazoned with heraldic...
This tranquil 15th-century college was once a nunnery of St Radegund before the Bishop of Ely, John Alcock, expelled the nuns for...
Internet cafe, bistro, music venue and cinema all rolled into one, this lively place dishes up a great range of rustic cuisine in a...
Lonely Planet review
The popularity of this spot is due to chef Hans' ability to coax wonderful flavours out of simple ingredients, most of them seasonal and locally sourced. For lunch you can expect risotto with mushrooms and veggies, and hearty soup, whereas the evening menu is more sophisticated, giving you veal kidneys à la dijonaise, salt marsh lamb and beautiful desserts.