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Numerous eateries and coffee shops, charity stores and traditional pubs. Mill Road is a pleasure to explore and offers so much more than you’d first expect. My favourite places include Empress, off Mill Road and Thoday Street, the Six Bells pub and Bedouin. This road...More
Visited Cambridge and had heard Mill road was a great area to explore when the Christmas fair was on.
It was a great day out we used Milton park and ride got the bus in. Had a great day wandering around enjoying cuisines of the...More
Finding ourselves in the Mill Road area after many years away, we have eaten here three times in less than a month. On each occasion we left the choice to the chef who produced a simple meal which was exactly what we wanted. The shop/trattoria...More
It is an interesting, multicultural street with lots of curiosities to catch the eye. There are some good pubs, places to eat and independent shops. If you are interested in history, the union workhouse used to be here and there is a lot of other...More
Nice little street with some interesting local shops - especially places like Seoul Plaza (Japanese & Korean food) and El Amin. The traffic is pretty heavy and also lots of people (and bikes) on the pavement. Main drawback is that many shops are now takaeaway...More
I like Mill Road. It has a vibrant mix of shops, pubs and restaurants. Something for everyone. The stores and restaurants are predominantly independent so worth supporting.
My favourites are relevant records cafe and the amnesty bookshop
Mill road isn't as great as it thinks it is.the pavements are cracked and uneven.many a person including myself have fallen over because of this.
What really spoils it is the ever increasing drug users and alcoholics,fake and genuine homeless and aggressive beggars that hang...More