The Baron of Beef, Cambridge

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A baron of beef, formed of two sirloins joined at the backbone, is a particularly meat-heavy dish supposedly favoured by the rotund King Henry VIII on those days when a lark's tongue terrine wouldn't satisfy his hunger. Unfortunately, it didn't appear to be on the menu at this Greene King establishment, though plenty of more common pub grub is available alongside their usual ales. A more understandable disappointment is that the interior lacks the character which the facade had us believe lurked beyond it. The long, thin space would at least benefit from a divider, with the original one obviously ripped out at some point. There is also a small yard at the back, covered by a large umbrella and with heaters to prevent hypothermia in midwinter smokers.
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19 Bridge Street, Cambridge, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 1UF
01223 505 022
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