Restaurant and bar owners, La Raza, took on the leasehold of 6 Rose Crescent during lockdown and have remodelled the old Kiehl’s shop.
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The establishment is located at 6 Rose Crescent, the site of the old Kiehl’s shop.
We went along to try the food at the eatery on Newmarket Road, which earlier this year was awarded Community Restaurant of the Year.
The Shelford-based eatery won in the East of England Region category at the ceremony on November 7.
The award-winning brand is to open its first permanent store in the city on November 12.
Three other Cambridgeshire establishments were also nominated. Click to see the full list of winners from across the UK.
It was named Editor’s Choice at this year’s National Curry Awards in a ceremony held at London’s Royal Lancaster Hotel.
It promises to mix classic dishes with fresh ideas.
The meal-kits, which also show how to professionally lay out the food, are the brainchild of Andy Bowler, former sous chef at Gordon Ramsay’s Petrus.
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Our verdict on the food at the new city eatery, which opened last month, run by chef Adam Wood.
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It faces enforcement action from Cambridge City Council.