In recent years several of the villages close to Cambridge have seen their pubs transform from traditional places for drinking and socialising, into contemporary establishments where the quality of the food is matched by stylish interiors and a really professional outlook
Undoubtedly one of the most successful of these transformations has been that of The Plough in Coton. The Plough is a real destination gastro pub within a short drive or cycle from city centre Cambridge. It's an establishment which makes the most of its historic interior, while bringing it bang up to date; and offers food for any occasion, from deli snacks to some superb fine dining main dishes which really highlight the skills of head chef Edward Barker and his team. Edward firmly believes in keeping food fresh and interesting and has a commitment to using local suppliers and produce.
For those keen to catch the last glimmers of the summer's rays or perhaps still holding out for an Indian summer, a leisurely cycle ride out to Coton (it's just two miles from Cambridge) could be rewarded by lunch at The Plough with a glass of wine or two; or an afternoon snack from the deli range served in earthenware which can be enjoyed on the stylish outdoor patio area. Meanwhile, for those slightly fresher, chillier starts to your mornings ahead, expect warmth and welcoming comfort with The Plough's recently introduced coffee mornings. Here you can snuggle up on their comfy leather sofas next to a crackling log fire, for the most relaxing start to the day.
Whatever kind of meal you're after, you'll be satisfied at The Plough, Coton. The freshly prepared stone-baked pizzas are as popular as ever.
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