Tamburlaine is more than a remarkable hotel. It is an open invitation for Cambridge to gather.
Tamburlaine’s bustling Bar and Restaurant draws a crowd from early morning until the early hours. A dramatic carved marble bar takes centre stage in the large, elegant Brasserie-style dining room with its accents of soft leather, gleaming brass and salvaged timber.
Menus are constantly changing but food is always simple, seasonal, locally sourced and prepared to the exacting standards of Alan Dann, our award-winning chef.
The genteel grandeur of Garden Room with its own luxuriant terrace makes it the venue for discreet meetings and quiet conversations. Lush planting, ornate Victorian wallpaper and gorgeous silk velvet sofas set the scene for light lunches, sharing plates and traditional afternoon tea.
Locals and visitors flock to the vibrant Steam Deli to eat in or take away. The open-air terrace is perfect for people watching. Our famous signature coffee is freshly roasted and ground coffee is prepared by expert baristas. Artisan breakfasts, sandwiches, salad bowls and sweet plates are served from early until late.
Guests looking for quiet time to work or relax tend to gather in The Library. Leather armchairs, an open fire and period prints create the intimate atmosphere of a private club. A light menu of sweet and savoury plates is complemented by our signature coffees, specialty teas or suggested wine pairings.