100 characters to win dinner for two at Parker’s Tavern

PUBLISHED: 11:48 15 August 2018 | UPDATED: 12:01 15 August 2018

Tristan Welch is the chef director at The University Arms Hotel in Cambridge. 
Picture: Richard Marsham

Tristan Welch is the chef director at The University Arms Hotel in Cambridge. Picture: Richard Marsham

Richard Marsham - RMG Photography Tel - 07798 758711

The Cambridge Independent and the University Arms are offering readers the chance to win dinner for two at Parker’s Tavern with three courses and a bottle of house wine to mark our 100th edition.

To enter, tell us what you love about Cambridge in 100 characters. You can submit your entry via Twitter using the hashtag #Indy100 and copying in @cambridgeindy and @university_arms. Entries can also be emailed to us or posted on the Cambridge Independent Facebook page.

The beautifully designed University Arms Hotel officially opened to the public earlier this month following an extensive renovation - and in it is housed the exquisite Parker’s Tavern restaurant.

Having first opened in 1834, the transformation of the hotel building is the result of a collaboration between architect John Simpson and interior designer Martin Brudnizki. The 192-room hotel has undergone a major refurbishment costing more than £80million.

The restaurant’s chef Tristan Welch has worked under Michel Roux Jr and headed Gordon Ramsay’s Pétrus in London. Parker’s Tavern caters for 132 covers and there is a 61-seat bar, as well as another 30 seats located in the building’s library.

For more information, visit Parker’s Tavern.

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