Nice pub with a good selection of proper beer. Food is ok but there are better places nearby if you are a foodie. The place is often very busy but it is worth a visit if you are in town.
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Lots of reasons to stop here. Nice atmosphere in old building that is steeped in history (DNA or WWII anyone?). Besides that, the food is actually quite good pub food. We had an excellent mac and cheese, lental soup, some daily vegetables, and a good...More
This is the place where once Watson and Creek discussed their DNA finding. That is why biologists and life since academicians including us from medicine should once visit this place once they are in Cambridge. The bar was serving very slow. It took us some...More
I came here for Sunday lunch with my family and were left waiting an hour for our food even though we’d booked a table. It was really busy but it would have been nice for the staff to acknowledge we’d been waiting so long or...More
A very nice place for a pint. The food is mediocre at a push - my veg was cold and pie nuked - the service was shocking mains bought out before starters cleared away! All drinks ordered at the bar although booked in for a...More
Probably not a lot to add to the praise from other visitors, but do try to visit if you get the chance. Has a friendly, busy feel to it - and a good selection of beers.
Stopped by here for a pint after taking a walking tour. Nice piece of history here, including Watson and DNA announcement. Enjoyed the large selection of beers. Sat outside and people watched on a nice fall day. Was not busy, but could see how at...More