Pubs in Cambridgeshire in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... But in all our outtings for food our favorite was The Greyhound Pub in Sawston. The food was short of miraculous. Truly a gastonomic treat. Before we left freiends told us to pack antacids and the like because England was not known for their culinary abilities. We did not believe it, I having grown up with an English Mum. Anyway we stumbled on the Greyhound by accident and out of the 18 days we eat dinner there 12 nights. The appetizer of garlic mushrooms, sublime. Stilton chicken absolute miricle. We had the mushrooms everynight. And I think I had the chicken 4-5 times. My husband enjoyed his steaks to no end. If in Sawston it is a m... more
Customer Pubs in Cambridgeshire in general Reviews (5)
by kerina rogers - written on 09/09/06
accidently found Queens Head in Newton and have been talking about the good wine - rare roast beef sandwich and brown soup ever since.A must try for everyone - a perfect country pub experience.
by - written on 03/08/06, updated on 03/08/06 (Somewhat useful, 186 readings)
My husband and I visited England in May and June of 2004, We got a self catering cottage in Barbraham, For 18 wonderful days we explored England. But in all our outtings for food our favorite was The Greyhound Pub in Sawston. The food was short of miraculous. Truly a gastonomic treat. Before we left freiends told us to pack antacids and the like because England was not known for their culinary abilities. We did not believe it, I having grown up with an English Mum. Anyway we stumbled on the Greyhound by accident and out of the 18 days we eat dinner there 12 nights. The appetizer of garlic mushrooms, sublime. Stilton chicken absolute miricle. We had the mushrooms ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/02, updated on 28/03/02 (Very useful, 320 readings)
Should I be ashamed? I was just having a typical night out at my favourite Cambridgeshire pub. Standing at the bar, instead of rushing to serve me like they normally do (well, before I moved to Essex), the staff began to speculate as to whether I actually lived in the pub. My friend was even more of a sad case (although he's moved away now too - oh, how they must miss us both); he was the last to leave at night and the first to grace its doors in the morning. His excuse? "Well, they do an excellent fried breakfast." Let's see... yes, they may have had a point. The first half of my birthday was spent in that pub, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/01, updated on 14/11/01 (Very useful, 1065 readings)
THE ANCHOR INN Sutton Gault Sutton Ely Cambridgeshire This is a quaint little pub in the heart of the Cambridge Fenland countryside. It is rated as four diamonds in the AA Guest book and is also found in ?The Good Food Guide?, ?Good Hotel Guide?, ?Good Pub Guide? and ??Which? Guide to Country Pubs?. The Anchor was built around 1650 on the ?Hundred Foot Drain? (New Bedford River) to provide food and shelter for the men conscripted to dig the Fen rivers. It has been a hostelry ever since. It is a popular public house, so the booking of tables, particularly at weekends is advisable, to avoid disappointment. The floor is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/00, updated on 30/11/00 (Very useful, 499 readings)
The Queen's Head at Newton (the village is a few miles south of Cambridge) is one of a slowly-dwindling band of old-fashioned pubs, where little has changed for generations. You won't find foamy mock-Irish beer, plastic beams or alcopops here. This is an old building which has been run by the same landlord for over 25 years. Throughout this time it's been featured in most of the good-beer guides. They serve perfectly-kept Adnams Real Ales from barrels on the back of the bar, and Real Food [bloody roast beef sandwiches - also beef dripping, 'Humphreys', smoked salmon etc etc]. There's always a huge soup tureen bubbling away and, ... Read the complete review
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