• The Cambridge Brew House

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Brew pub with vegan and vegetarian items marked on the menu. Includes a vegan soup of the day, sweet potato falafel with harissa, hummus with roasted red pepper, and lentil curry. Menu also indicates vegan wines. Open Mon-Thu 11:00-23:30, Fri-Sat 11:00-00:00, Sun 11:00-23:30.

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13 Reviews

First Review by LaVanessa


Points +1612

03 Dec 2023

Decent options

Great improvement from the last fixed menu meal I had here! About a year ago, the only option that was both vegan & gf was chips - this time, had a delicious tomato & basil soup & beetroot salad. Great atmosphere in the upstairs function room and friendly service.

Pros: Friendly service

Cons: Limited options (though much improved!)



Points +972

08 Oct 2022

Craft beers and something on the side maybe 🤔

Extensive craft beer choice and lots of food options some of which are labelled vegan


Points +133

24 May 2021

Delicious food!

Had jackfruit wings - yum! Filling and really tasty sauce, great consistency. I’d go back again and recommend to others.

Pros: Lots of vegan options, Friendly staff, Nice atmosphere


Points +376

03 Jun 2020

Plenty of vegan food and drink

Have both eaten and just had drinks here, there's a great choice of vegan food, beer and wine. It's an easy place to go to with omni friends, although on the slightly pricey side.

Pros: lots of choice, vegan beer and wine, good pub atmosphere

Cons: not the cheapest, mostly burgers/sandwiches


Points +902

17 Mar 2020

Great for an omni place

For a place that serves meat, they put a lot of thought into their vegan options. The nachos need a bit more toppings, but everything else is delicious. I wish the baba ganoush was vegan!


Points +283

08 Dec 2019

Expensive and mediocre food

We already didn’t like it the first time, but decided to try it again after over a year as we had some (non vegan) friends that wanted to try it.
We got the moving mountains burgers, which were extremely mediocre, very little taste, and I think they put mayo in it.
We also got the nachos (£12!!!) with vegan cheese asking for extra guacamole as we couldn’t get the sour cream etc, we received a very dry plate of nachos with just a bit of vegan cheese on top and nothing else. They didn’t have any more guacamole and didn’t tell us, after a little while they then told us they had avocado, so they brought some roughly chopped avocado, but it was unripe and the whole thing was still very very dry.
We then asked for some tomatoes to make it a little less dry, and they told us that they didn’t know if they had any to spare but we could get ketchup instead...
Honestly shocked by the service
Won’t make the mistake to give it another go... we spent so much to have an extremely disappointing lunch

Pros: Several vegan options

Cons: Tasteless vegan food, Expensive, Not very polite


Points +44

18 Oct 2019

Great vegan options

I was surprised by their vegan option as I was exploring their vegan dishes. Even my non vegan friend thought it was delicious. Thanks

Pros: Friendly Staff, Great vegan beer, Great vegan options


Points +76

07 Sep 2019

Great range of vegan options

Went here with a group of friends and between us we had the vegetarian sharing platter, the pie with chips, the hot dog and the meatballs- all vegan. We all really enjoyed the food, lots of good flavours and reasonably priced. Would especially recommend the sharing platter- £15 between two people and it was plenty of food. The vegan beers are also clearly marked. Would definitely go back, there were lots more veg options to try like the curry and vegan chocolate tort.

Pros: Plenty of vegan options , Reasonable prices


Points +826

07 Jul 2019

Good options, great food

Great little pub, with a really good range of vegan options. The hotdog was pretty standard but very satisfying.

Pros: Lots of options , Alcohol is labelled vegan , Great portion sizes


Points +17

26 Jan 2019

Excellent veggie and vegan options

This pub has options for meat eaters too, but I have never eaten in a omni restaurant with so many vegan and veggie options. I had the mushroom and halloumi burger and my husband (vegan) had the mountain burger. Both delicious. we then got pudding- I ordered a brownie (veggie) and husband ordered the chocolate torte (vegan). The waitress came back over to check I knew what I had ordered wasn't vegan, which was really thoughtful. Food was delicious, would thoroughly recommend.

Pros: Loads of vegan and veggie choices

Cons: None really


Points +740

16 Sep 2018

Great selection of vegan food and beer

We had the Moving Mountains burger (which they've only just introduced) and the vegan pie - both were great, and big portions. They brew their own beer and label which beers are vegan, as well as the food menu being clearly labelled (about 1/3 of the food is vegan).

Pros: Clearly labelled large proportion of menu is vegan


Points +16

01 Feb 2018

Gave us meat

My boyfriend asked for a jackfruit sandwich and specified that we were vegan, he spoke personally to the chef who said he could do it no problem. When food arrived the waitress called it a vegan sandwich. He took a bite and said it was very like meat but because she had said it was vegan I trusted that it wasn't. We got more suspicious and saw the chef staring over at us and talking to the waitress. She came over and asked if everything was okay and we pointed out that we weren't convinced it was vegan, to which she replied that it was beef brisket. She replaced the meal with jackfruit and gave it to us for free however I feel lied to and disgusted that the chef blatantly gave us the wrong item and seemed to be proud of himself. Won't be back obviously and wouldn't recommend.

Pros: Clearly labelled vegan food and drinks

Cons: Fed us meat even though we told them we were vegan, Lied to us and contradicted themselves, Chef seemed to be proud of giving us meat


Points +367

14 Sep 2017

Brewpub with clearly marked vegan options

Came here on an early Sunday evening with my partner. Was immediately pleased with the chill, youthful atmosphere and the music playing (Stone Roses, Blur, Unkle, etc). Service was friendly and prompt. Was very happy to see that vegan options were clearly marked (even the wine). Had the soup of the day (some sort of garlic soup?) and the sweet potato 'falafels' with harissa. Both were tasty, although I'd suggest tweaking the texture of the falafels slightly to make it less rubbery. But it was all yummy. Enjoyed my cider. Beer samplers also available. And there was a pot of fresh basil on the table. I'd definitely return if I were in the area.

Pros: has vegan pub food, atmosphere, decent prices

Cons: wish they had even more vegan options

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