Finding a decent Sunday Roast in Cambridge can feel like a bit of a mission sometimes, especially when you are as picky as I am. On one cold, rainy Sunday the only thing that was going to warm me up was a nice roast dinner in a cosy spot. I’ve been to the Chop House before and I was glad that I had the brainwave to go along to try their Sunday dinners.
The location, opposite Kings College, would make you think it is an awful tourist trap, and whilst it probably can be the food is really good, hurrah. Last time we visited I had some of their housemade sausages and mash, and a sticky toffee pud.
I had roast pork this time around and Mr had the vegetarian wellington. The pork was quite huge, with all the requisite veggies and extra crackling! The veggie wellington was nicely thought out- with a big mushroom inside, greens and other veggies, with a mustardy mushroom sauce and greens. We shared a sticky toffee pudding (to which the neighbouring table all exclaimed ‘wow’ when it arrived, I think they ordered one too).
I really like it here, the food is homely, well made and the puds to die for. I was really glad to hear the waitress say they have taken over the Tickell Arms in Whittlesford, which is a stones throw away from home. We’ll definitely be going when it opens – they are blogging about the progress too – http://www.tickellarms.co.uk/
Cambridge Chop House
Other places for a Sunday Roast (we’re getting there..)
The Eight Bells, Saffron Walden
Clarendon Arms, Cambridge – yet to try out
The First and Last – review from Ireena over here.