Midsummer House Restaurant
Midsummer Common, Cambridge, CB4 1HA
Midsummer House Restaurant has a lot to boast about. This Victorian villa is the only two-star Michelin restaurant in East Anglia and is located on the stunning Midsummer Common, right beside the River Cam. Situated in the centre of the historic city of Cambridge, this exquisite eatery encapsulates proprietor and chef Daniel Clifford's vision for culinary perfection. Clifford's quest for excellence has taken the restaurant to another level over the past few years. He prides himself on modern cuisine, which is underpinned by classical French technique - resulting in seriously sophisticated dishes. By using only the highest-quality ingredients and advanced technical prowess, the team of chefs add an extra wow-factor to the already sublime à la carte and tasting menus. The recently refurbished, sleek and contemporary dining room accommodates 12 well-spaced tables - all dressed in crisp white linen, complete with beautiful and soft furnishings. Here, you can indulge in a menu that features up to 13 courses - each of which will open your mind to Daniel's gastronomic delights. The à la carte menu offers a unique insight into the most cuttingedge cuisine, while the lunch and 'taste of the market' menus are changed weekly to showcase the freshest seasonal produce available. Complement your meal with one of the many wines from the comprehensive wine list - offering some great classics along with a wide range of exciting New World wines. If you are looking for private dining, the upstairs area boasts a sophisticated bar and terrace - perfect for enjoying an alfresco drink while admiring the spectacular river views. This private dining room is the ideal location for small weddings, lavish birthday celebrations, simple family gatherings or even corporate entertainment. Midsummer House is the perfect location for lunch or dinner. Visit today to celebrate any occasion, or simply the food itself. Beautiful cuisine set in beautiful surroundings - what could be better?