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Rainbow cafe in Cambridge to close its doors for the final time after three decades serving the community
Rainbow cafe in Cambridge to close its doors for the final time after three decades serving the community

Rainbow cafe to shut after three decades serving the community

A popular café in Cambridge will close its doors for the last time on Sunday (November 25).

Vegetarian and vegan eatery the Rainbow Café on King’s Parade will shut up shop after more than 30 years.

The owners released a statement on the café’s Facebook page to inform customers of the decision.

The owners Sharon and Willem Meijland expressed their gratitude for the community support.

“First of all we would like to thank all of our customers over the last 30 years.

“It’s been great knowing you. We are really sad to say that the Rainbow will be closing next Sunday for the last time, at 3pm.

“We’e searched for a long time to find someone to take over the business as it is now, but have been tragically unsuccessful.”

The statement continued: “It has been an amazing experience making interesting gluten-free and dairy-free food to please everyone, but unfortunately all good things must have an end.”

The café came runners-up in The Observer Food Monthly Awards each year between 2014 and 2017 in the category of ‘Best Ethical Restaurant’.

Reviews for the café online describe the eatery as a “fabulous find” and “reasonably price”.

One visitor from London described it as one of the top three vegan restaurants she had visited.



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