Top 5 places for brunch in Cambridge

Treat yourself to brunch this weekend at one of these Cambridge hotspots

We look at some of the best places to eat for those times you’ve missed breakfast or just need something to perk you up after a heavy night. Be sure to also checkout the hottest new places to eat and drink in Cambridge.

Fitzbillies fry-up


51 – 52 Trumpington St, Cambridge

Fitzbillies isn’t just about cake, you’ll be pleased to know the historic Cambridge eatery has a fantastic brunch menu, served seven days a week. Enjoy the classics such as eggs benedict and a full English or try lighter options such as smashed avocado on sourdough toast with feta or homemade granola, all accompanied by its much loved coffee, roast by Climpson & Sons and decorated with beautiful latte art.



Espresso Library

210 East Road, Cambridge, CB1 1BG

This chilled out establishment has a great weekend vibe. Perfect for late risers, it serves breakfast from 7am to 3pm, has more avocado options than you can imagine and serves a special brunch menu on Sundays!


Urban Larder

9 The Broadway, Mill Road, Cambridge

If you love your coffee, you’ll love the Urban Larder. With its industrial décor and modern ambiance, it’s a favourite with young city dwellers. It’s praised for its coffee which is sourced from Butterworth & Son in Bury St Edmunds and its food is all made in-house or sourced from the Mill Road area.


Norfolk Street Bakery

89 Norfolk Street, Cambridge

Add a little Portuguese flair to your breakfast at the Norfolk Street Bakery. One for all bread lovers, owner Adilia knows how to make a loaf! Here you’ll find sandwiches that pack a punch as well as choice of pastries and tarts.


The Garden Café

Cambridge University Botanic Garden, 1 Brookside, Cambridge

Located in the beautiful Cambridge University Botanic Garden, the café may only serve brunch on the first weekend of every month but it’s not to be missed! Dine on a choice of eggs, sweet treats such as waffles, French toast and pancakes or choose the healthy fruit and granola options. It can all be washed down with a Bloody Mary or Bucks Fizz – it’s the weekend after all!

So now you know where to go to recover from a night out, why not discover the best places in Cambridge for cocktails?

Know of any great places for Brunch in Cambridge? Let us know below!

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