Love Cambridge Restaurant Week to launch in April


Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID) is organising the city’s first ever #LoveCambridgeRestaurantWeek

More than 40 of the city’s best eateries have signed up to take part in the initiative, which will run from Monday 1 April to Sunday 7 April 2019.  With special set menus priced at £5, £10 or £15, the organisers at Cambridge BID hope to tempt local foodies to explore their city and discover new places to eat.

“We want to celebrate the city’s vibrant food scene by inspiring residents and employees to dine somewhere new,” comments Kristian Foreman, Marketing and Communications Executive at Cambridge BID.  “This is the first time so many Cambridge restaurants and eateries have come together to offer a whole week of menus at such affordable prices.  Whether you’re looking for a quick bite to eat or a three-course meal, Love Cambridge Restaurant Week has some sensational options to tickle your taste buds.”

Diners are invited to choose from a mouth-watering array of dishes.  Wild mushroom tagliatelle served with truffle oil sits alongside Suffolk ham hock served with caramelised pineapple and egg yolk gel; a four-course fine Indian dining experience offers an alternative to traditional British comfort food such as shepherd’s pie with mash and gravy.  For a lighter bite, diners can opt for toasted sourdough sandwiches or a trio of Venetian Cicchetti dishes.  Those with a sweet tooth will want to savour the citrus meringue fool or waffles with gelato and a topping.

Participating restaurants include:

  • Bills Restaurant, Green Street – Bills Burger and Bills Beer for £15
  • Nanna Mexico, all four locations - £5 food offer
  • Bridges, Bridge Street - £10 menu
  • Tabanco, Green Street – Set menu for £15 (Mon – Thur only)
  • Bread & Meat, Benet Street – Set menu for £10
  • Butch Annies, Market Street - Set menu for £15
  • Punt Yard, Quayside - £5 and £15 food offers available
  • Old Ticket Office, Cambridge Railway Station - Two course menu for £15
  • Cambridge Brew House, King Street - Two course menu for £15
  • Fitzbillies, Trumpington Street - £15 lunch and afternoon tea menus available
  • Steak & Honour, Wheeler Street - £10 food and drink offer
  • De Luca, Regent Street - three dishes for £10 lunch, two courses for £15 evening (evening service available Monday – Thursday only)
  • The Bull and Bass Restaurant at Hilton Cambridge City Centre, Downing Street – two courses for £15
  • Revolution, Downing Street - £15 food and drink offer
  • Novi, Regent Street - £5 lunch menu & £10 dinner menu
  • Royal Cambridge Hotel, Trumpington Street – Two course and a drink for £15
  • The Tamburlaine Hotel, Station Road - Three course sample menu for £15
  • Agora at The Copper Kettle, Kings Parade - £5 menu (lunch), two courses for £10 (lunch), two courses for £15 (dinner)
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Cambridge City Centre, Mill Lane – One course £10, two courses for £15
  • Café Abantu, Hobson Street - £10 lunch menu (coffee/tea, lunch and cake)
  • Michaelhouse Café, Trinity Street - £15 menu (Any main course, plus cake, plus drink)
  • Las Iguanas, Quayside - Two course menu for £15
  • Amelie Flammekueche, The Gafton Centre - £10 food and drink offer (Any Flammekeuche plus golden ale)
  • La Raza, Rose Crescent - £10 lunch menu (Sandwich, a side & a hot or soft drink)
  • Jamaica Blue, The Lion Yard Shopping Centre - £15 set lunch menu (Only Monday – Friday)
  • Bubble Tap, The Lion Yard Shopping Centre - £5 offer
  • Pint Shop, Peas Hill – 2 courses for £15
  • Vegan Vice at Ta Bouche, Market Passage - £10 food and drink offer
  • Mac Daddy, Market Square - £5 offer
  • Chill#2, Station Square - £10 offer
  • Smokeworks, Free School Lane and Hills Road - £10 offers
  • Rajbelash Fine Indian Dining, Hills Road - 4 four-course meal for only £15

"The high street is changing,” Kristian adds.  “We recognise that restaurants and eateries have a particularly significant part to play in encouraging people to shop locally, rather than online.  They help to deliver an ‘experience’, through the ambience that they create and the food that they serve – and so we’re keen to help them thrive.”

Diners are invited to visit to view set menus and download a voucher that can be redeemed at their restaurant of choice. One lucky diner will also win a Love Cambridge Gift Card, loaded with £100 to spend at over 200 locations in Cambridge.


Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID) consists of 1,200 city centre businesses, working together to promote the city to visitors, residents and workers, while ensuring they experience a welcoming and vibrant street scene that is both clean and safe.

Cambridge BID Limited