Top food bloggers Cambridge

One of the most quintessential towns in England is booming. Restaurants and foodie places are opening almost every week. Hard to keep up even for a foodie like me. How to get the best out of your time here? I wouldn’t leave it to the of a chance to walk into a restaurant without a reservation, especially on a Friday or Saturday night as Cambridge is always packed during that time. Our advice – choose your restaurant well ahead and book!

The big question is where to go?

Top food bloggers Cambridge



Food and Cam Mama

Bone White China is a Cambridge-based food and lifestyle blog written by Sian Anderson and Alex Higgs and their friends. They are passionate about celebrating the everyday, simple pleasures, having fun, motherhood and supporting other locals.

As well as blogging they also host regular mama gatherings – sometimes just handouts over coffee and cake and sometimes a creative class and making a session with food. All welcome – with babies or as a time to yourself.


An Italian Canadian foodie in Cambridge

One Two Culinary Stew by Pina, a Canadian/Italian living in the UK is the bubbling cauldron of food experiences. Pina loves food and travel so you will find a lot of stories about food and travel on here.


Explore Cambridge through the eyes of a foodie

The Cambridge Food Tour is run by Gerla and fellow foodies. They are known for their exciting food events and culinary walking food tours of the city, which show you Cambridge through the eyes of a foodie and take you off the beaten track. Rated on TripAdvisor as one of the must do things to do in Cambridge.


Food festival and street food

The Moving Foodie by Heide White is a Cambridge food guide featuring the best places to eat and drink in Cambridge. The Moving Foodie Blog features Cambridge restaurant and pub reviews, recipes and the occasional account of foodie trips around the UK and further afield.

Heidi founded foodPark in 2014, the city’s street food collective, and now operates weekly street food lunch markets and pop-up night markets and events in Cambridge.


Recipes, reviews and jewellery

Mela by jewellery designer Deepa loosely translates as being festival or carnival in Hindi, this blog reflects that and is a mixture of Indian recipes, baking, restaurant reviews and everything in between that is about food. You’ll find Deepa on social networks always talking and snapping pictures of food, and this place is somewhere where this is more organised and informative!


Local papers

Check out the comprehensive guides in our local papers and magazines.

East Life Magazine

Cambridge News

Cambridge Edition

Happy eating!


Note: All restaurant information subject to change without notice. Please contact the restaurant for the most current information.

Gerla de Boer

Gerla de Boer is the founder of the award-winning Cambridge Food Tour in Cambridge, UK. She is a globetrotter foodie and always keen to get under the skin of a city or country she visits. She likes to get off the beaten track to get to know the latest food, fine local produce, visit their local markets and check out the hot places to eat in town. These experiences she takes back to Cambridge to create amazing food tours and events. Connect with Gerla on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram