After our Cambridge morning river punt tour, we 3 adults decided to strike out on our own restaurant selection on Chesterton Road vs. what our ExpatExplore tour guide had suggested. Found this cute, cozy pub on the River Cam after a rather chilly, rainy punting tour along the river on Sept.20. I immediately ordered a hot cappaccino, and my other 2 family members ordered 1/2 pints of English beer ~ 1/2 pints being a first for our 22 year old son. Pub's wait staff/several young men greeted us and they provided friendly, helpful service with luncheon menu suggestions. My husband ordered the Philly steak baguette w/ sautéed onions & melted cheese £4.99 (US$8); my son ordered the spicy Tennessee cheese burger w/ whiskey sauce £6.99 (US$11.15); and I chose the tuna & cheese melt baguette £3.49 (US$6.85). All our lunch selections were served promptly, warm, and very tasty. Chips and salad greens accompanied the plates. We meandered up to the bar to pay our lunch bill and struck up a chat about the local countryside, English soccer games, and university studies among several young male staff members, close in age to our young adult son, so he very much enjoyed their engaging conversations and interesting USA questions.
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