176 East Road
Tel: 01223 304121
Large, bright and airy pub/bar, split-level interior, refurbished in 2008. Conservatory and patio at the back. Offers free WIFI access.
The first group of people to bake bread were ancient Egyptians, in 2600-2100 BC.
Prince Edward was banned from here in his student days though it was hushed up at the time.
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What the pub says about themselves - please email in to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bakers is centrally located in Cambridge City Centre near the Grafton Shopping Centre. We offer a good range of Cask Ales and Quality Wines. We offer great quality food with a number of Meal Deals to choose from. At the Bakers our seating capacity is 64 covers inside and in Our Heated Garden Area we have an additional 20 covers. We are available for hire for Events and Functions as well as bookings for lunch and dinner. To the rear of the Bakers there is a Pay & Display carpark for all customers convenience.
What our readers say
What CAMRA say about this pub http://pubs.cambridge-camra.org.uk/
A pub which has been through some interesting times, including a disastrous spell as the Noble Art, a boxing-themed bar. It's now decked out in somewhat anonymous contemporary style with a pleasant conservatory area at the back leading onto a decked patio. Food served from 11am to 10pm with a two meals for £9.95 offer always available. Prince Edward was banned from here in his student days though it was hushed up at the time.
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