Harden's survey result
Solid marks again for this sibling to the Cambridge Chop House, in a cute, two-floor seventeenth-century house behind St John’s College, and similarly majoring in meaty mains with ales and wines to wash a meal down. Top Tip – worth heading here for their set lunch menu.
“Always reliable” and with a “bargain set menu”, this no-nonsense eatery, over two floors of a 19th century brick building, specialises in “delicious” meaty cuisine; “staff are eager to please”.
With its “good, solid and nicely presented” food (of carnivorous bent) this 19th century exposed-beam eatery is “an excellent venue for treating student members of the family”; refreshingly, it’s “not overpriced for the area” (especially the “good value” set lunch).
Occupying a 19th-century brick building, this meat-centric eatery is worth remembering. Arguably “it’s not as good as the main Chop House in Cambridge”, but fans find it a useful option thanks to its “well-presented and tasty” fare.
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21-24 Northampton St, Cambridge, CB3 0AD
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Mon-Thurs 12 noon - 3pm and 6pm - 9.30pm, Friday, 12 noon - 3pm 6pm - 10.30pm, Saturday, 12 noon - 10.30pm Sunday, 12 noon - 9.00pm
Last orders: 10.30 pm, Sun 9 pm