72 Thoday Steet
Tel: 01223 247236
Ever-popular backstreet local frequented by residents and students. Three drinking areas. Pizza available at all times. Regular curry, BBQ, and quiz nights. Littered with board games and traditional pub games. Sunny patio garden.
The title Empress of India was created for Queen Victoria.
|Real ales||6||Outside seating||80|
|Wines by glass||3||Late licence||No|
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The Empress is open seven days a week; from 5pm - 11pm Sunday to Thursday, 5pm - 1am Friday and 2pm - 1am Saturday. Children are welcome in our family pub and our pigs and rabbits are friendly, but we tend to get quite busy after 8:30pm and would ask that parents consider taking children home after this time.
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The Empress was voted CAMRA's Pub of the Year in 2010. The Emperor pub on Hills Road (Formerly the Globe) is now open.
Explorer Magazine reported in May 2011 - "A much-loved hub of activity for its local community, The Empress (big sister to the equally-worth-a-visit Emperor on Hills Road) has it all going on – a big garden where it holds its own regular mini-beer festivals, its own miniature pub pigs, and one of the best weekly quizzes in the city. As well as this, it keeps an exceptional cellar, with plenty of exciting guest beers from breweries like Buntingford, Elgoods, Milton, Thwaites and Tring."
Cambridge & District CAMRA says... http://pubs.cambridge-camra.org.uk/
This corner backstreet local in the Romsey Town area of Cambridge is ever popular, serving the community for many years. Regular beer festivals are held. The pub was branch pub of the year in 2010. The garden is home to a number of pigs. Some may regard the annual festive decoration as excessive.
If you like this pub you might like these:
The Emperor, The Cambridge Blue, The Kingston Arms