As such, it comes as welcome news that this Trumpington Street favourite has recently undergone a refurbishment, as well launching a brand new menu bursting with delicious sounding, British-inspired dishes.
The interior of the impressive building, itself a converted Addenbrooke’s wing, is now sporting a smart new look with a contemporary feel that still pays homage to the famous heritage of the restaurant.
Food-wise, and you can expect a paean to great British cuisine with dishes including Scottish venison with fondant and poached pear, and Lancashire hotpot with sweetbreads. The drinks offering is similarly patriotic, featuring English sparkling wine and even a vodka made from (British) cows’ milk!
“A huge amount of planning and preparation has been put into the new concept and our team is ready to make Browns the venue of choice for food and beverages in the local area,” says Chris Harper, general manager at Browns. “The changes here at Browns Cambridge reflect a new era for Browns, and we look forward to providing an enhanced environment and an exciting new food offering for new and loyal customers alike.”