CB1 – the new city quarter for Cambridge

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14 November 2017

Shop, eat and spend time at CB1

CB1 has attracted a range of places for coffee or a bite to eat, as well as shops and services, to make life easier – and tastier - for everyone in the city.

CB1’s new shops and food outlets cater to a range of needs. People can get their bicycles fixed at Rutland Cycling or The Bike Station, or grab a hot drink from Costa or The Coffee Stop before jumping on a train.

The cafes and restaurants offer ‘to go’ options, from freshly-made sandwiches and salads at Pret a Manger to authentic Japanese Sushi and Bento at Wasabi. For anyone who wants to work remotely or meet up with friends, Caffè Nero offers free wifi along with a full range of coffees and snacks.

People can get their bicycles fixed at Rutland Cycling or The Bike Station, or grab a hot drink from Costa or The Coffee Stop before jumping on a train.

The new Tamburlaine Hotel offers elegant settings for coffee, champagne or craft beer. The dramatic, marble-carved bar in the spacious brasserie-style dining room is a highlight of this four-star hotel.

CB1 has also attracted a new Sainsbury’s, ideal for picking up essentials. And residents, workers or passers-by can get a quick haircut at Esquires Barbers under the cycle park.

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