Three new Cambridge bites to discover this month
A warm welcome to the city’s newest food truck, Rotisseroll, which has been winning an army of fans with its lip-smacking selection of rotisserie dishes. The van has been popping up at venues including The Plough at Great Shelford, and is also part of the Off The Beaten Truck collective. Swing by for taste sensations including slow-roasted porchetta with baby roast potatoes, crispy jackfruit buns and homemade slaw.
Amelie fondue bites
Amélie might be famous for its flammekueche (a rectangular, pizza-like delicacy), but that’s far from the only must-try dish on this eatery’s menu, which has recently received some delicious new additions. Top pick for us are the fondue bites: deep-fried balls of molten gruyère and emmental cheese, served with a swirl of garlic mayo. Pop along to The Grafton Centre and head upstairs to the food court to try for yourself.
Cosy Camp s’mores
Started by a Cambridge mum (who dreamed up the idea while trying to keep her kids entertained in lockdown), Cosy Camp makes adorable s’mores kits, complete with marshmallows, chocolate and biscuits. The branding is super cute and the boxes even come equipped with a tiny, non-toxic burner that can be used inside or out – so you can whip them up, rain or shine. The s’more the merrier!