Food and Drink

Explore Cambridge’s restaurants and bars by City Sightseeing bus…


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St Andrews Street 

Wine barSt Andrews street is lined with restaurants and bars to enjoy from cult classics Nando’s, Wagamamas and Revolution Bars to independent cocktail bars and cosy food places.




Closest stop on tour - 3

The Eagle pub
Beer tap

A Cambridge institution. The Eagles pub is not only the second oldest pub in Cambridge but it is famous for it’s connections to the world war, RAF and the discovery of DNA!




 Closest stop on tour - 7

Restaurant twenty two 

Stained glass This collaboration restaurant between Sam Carter and Alex Oliver is located in a Victorian heritage house, filled with original architecture and stained-glass windows. They offer a set 3 course, short testing or full testing menu however there is a waiting list so be sure to book ahead of time. 

Closest stop on tour - 4

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The Varsity

Restaurant 2

Varsity holds the title of being the oldest restaurant in Cambridge. It has been modernized over the years but still retains that aged charm, serving fresh, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients to make delightful and memorable dishes. 

Above the Varsity you can find Six, one of Cambridge's rooftop bars

Closest stop on tour - 5


Rooftop bar
Tivoli does have a main indoors area with mini golf, shuffle board and local street food vendors cooking up a storm, but to get the best view, you need to be on the terrace, overlooking the River Cam while enjoying specialty cocktails. 

Closest stop on tour - 5