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Cambridge Arms, Redland - pub details

Cambridge Arms
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Address: Coldharbour Road, Redland, Bristol, Bristol, BS6 7JS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12230) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Redland (0.7 miles), Clifton Down (0.7 miles), Sea Mills (0.8 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 21 users)
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... top pub with a great atmosphere. The landlord and all staff are very friendly and the food is excellent. The pub quizzes held here every sunday is a big draw and def worth joining in. The Cambridge Arms has been my local for nearly 10 years and I can honestly say it's the best local pub I've been to and every visit never disappoints. If you're thinking of coming in for the first time it's well worth a visit.
TeddyChester - 19 Oct 2011 13:17
Had Sunday lunch in here (9th October) and very nice it was too.I had Pork & my partner had the Beef and both were excellent.It is a very 'gastro-ish' pub,TWG is correct in saying this style of pub is very common in the South-East. The London Pride was the best i had had in a long time (and i live in London and drink a lot of Pride).There were loads of children in here-if you don't like children i would recommend not venturing in here on a Sunday lunch.
boundsgreenboy - 12 Oct 2011 15:40
Really good pub, and excellent beer especially the Honeydew! Our only gripe would be that whilst the food is very high quality, the menu is small enough to need to be refreshed a little more often.
izzamatiz - 24 Jul 2011 13:11
Never before bothered to try this place, but on its appearance in the 2010 GBG and other positive accounts I sallied forth last week. I found the fairly standardised Fullers template so frequently found in London had been applied here, but in truth there is nothing wrong it that and it didn't jar. The selection of beer was reasonable - happily Fullers are finally waking up to the fact that their customers sometimes need to enjoy beer beyond their own portfolio however well-cellared it is (and it is here) - and from what little I observed food seemed popular. Various family types were in owing to it being half-term, but they didn't intrude on the quiet quaffing of the over-18ers.
Met Paul, the manager, who was most attentive and seems to be a conscientious custodian of his bar - his response below is perhaps indicative of his genuine interest in customer service which one can never take for granted in pubs nowadays.
Nothing out of the ordinary for me in the South-East, but in Bristol it isn't quite so common and I imagine this is now a justifiably popular haunt for those living locally. Well done.

TWG - 9 Jun 2010 17:30
@ pmeister

Paul, thank you very much for your explanation! Maybe I was a bit harsh too at the time and apologise if my comments came across that way. It's just that ESB is so hard to come by in this part of the country and when you enjoy it as much as I do it's great to be able to visit your pub to imbibe, I will say it is always served in superb condition too at the Cambridge so praise & due credit for that as it's not always that way elswhere.
MisterX - 27 May 2010 13:43

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