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only open due to lack of competition and the red nosed regulars, there are so many other nice pubs around it isn't worth a visit, the staff act as if you are putting them out by wanting to spend money, the beer is not chilled...More
I visited this pub with some friends to have dinner in the restaurant. It was beautifully decorated for Christmas and the staff were friendly and welcoming. The food was excellent- we had a three course Christmas meal.
Visited on Wednesday evening and sampled the new Italian menu. The food was fantastic, the portions were large. My wife and I had starters and then both of us couldn't finish all of the mains. The quality of the food was very good. We would...More
We visited The Cock Inn twice during our 2 day stay in Gamlingay. We had chuckled at some of the reviews about the grumpy lady behind the bar and were keen to go and find out how grumpy she actually was!!!!
We were almost disappointed...More
I’m born and bred Gamlingay but haven’t lived here for over 20 years so am no way classed as a local. My husband and I always pop in for a drink when visiting family. It’s a lovely local pub and the staff have always been...More
Stopped for a drink with my family in the pub garden. At the bar I was ignored several times, by a grumpy looking women, who seemed to serve every local, before addressing me. Didn’t feel welcome, she snapped at me “what do you want”. In...More
Visiting Cambridge for the first time we were struggling to find a traditional pub open for lunch near to where we were staying (Little Gransden). After 4 attempts (all others closed for lunch!!) we found The Cock Inn and it looked perfect. It’s a lovely...More
We are looking to move into Gamlingay and have visited the village several times. We have visited the Cock before for a drink, and it looks like a good local, so this time we made sure we visited at lunch time.
It was nice to...More
Date of visit: September 2017
1 Thank Curious803001
thecockerel, Owner at The Cock Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 20 September 2017
Thank you for your lovely comments I am so pleased you enjoyed your meals and look forward to seeing you on a regular basis
This is a lovely pub in the heart of the Gamlingay village - with so much potential but unfortunately the landlady is so unfriendly and comes across rude. She appears move friendly with the locals though!
I observed her today to be stressed as she...More
Date of visit: August 2017
3 Thank BraddersCambridge
thecockerel, Owner at The Cock Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 19 August 2017
Bradders you are right it was very stressful realising at opening time that I was going to be doing the whole shift by myself as the staff had phoned in sick on the busiest day of the week, Sunday. The sun was shining it was...More
We had been told that Sunday Lunch was very popular at The Cock and it was advisable to book. We did but there was no need as there was only one other table occupied. Three of us ordered roast which was mediocre and the fourth...More