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The Wrestlers Arms, Cambridge - pub details

Address: 337 Newmarket Rd, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB5 8JE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4091) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Cambridge (1.3 miles), Waterbeach (4.6 miles), Shelford (4.6 miles)

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Now does six or seven beers and the food is as good as ever. well worth a visit. Still a pub and may that long continue
timbo59 - 24 Apr 2009 12:04
This pub was one of the first in the UK to cook Thai food, and I've been visiting on and off for the last 15-20 odd years. The guy who started it all was Tom Good, who later got into the Hash House running thing, but the food has always been absolutely fantastic. Green Chicken Curry is now a standard, but you have to taste it here to make any other comparison - it is just simply the best you will taste outside Thailand. Visited Mar-09 ... Tom seems to be long gone, and is now run by Thais, but food still excellent.

Has had a little bit of money spent on it recently, but is still a good pub and not a restaurant.

Still a Charles Wells tenancy, but always has very good beer and keeps a good cellar. This is a must-visit unique place - this is where I got my taste for Thai food from (thank you).

Food a little pricey 8.50 for a GCC , but worth it all the same.

Highly Recommended.
lobster56 - 30 Mar 2009 19:50
More a Thai restaurant than a pub these days but they do have a range of 4 real ales including Adnams Broadside and Tanglefoot. Lunch time pint is ok but would not go there at night as it can be a bit wierd.Near th Cambridge ground so its quite handy.
hogshead - 22 Feb 2008 13:29
Beer range varies a lot; quality still OK to excellent. Bombardier always seems to go well with the food. Increasingly restauranty, but still a good drinking pub before Cambridge matches.
mtaylor40 - 17 Aug 2007 21:09
Good and inexpensive Thai food, although you can get better. Dark and dingy atmosphere. Alright for a lunchtime pint and food during the day, but attracts a rather dodgy clientele in the evening.
Lysander - 23 Feb 2007 16:17

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