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We went to Cambridge for the day. While having a shop around we ended up at Debenhams. Decided to go for a coffee and scone. The scones were the berry ones.They were lovely and light and you could taste the berries. Highly recommend. The staff...More
Always run down it seems. Lots of closed shops. Very basic centre , no where to eat good food. Unless you want a cheap coffee. There is a gym opening and will replace bhs.
The side streets of Burleigh Street is disgusting and dirty ,...More
Debenhams cafe is shameful. I have coeliac disease, and stated I needed gluten free. The staff started using utensils that had been used on bread, on a chopping board full of bread crumbs! The cutlery was disgusting. The coke machine was flat, and staff were...More
Not been for a while and was pleasantly surprised. All clean, bright and welcoming. Easy to park but really expensive if you miss the 4 hour mark. We stopped at the new eatery ‘Amelie Flammekueche’, on the first floor, and really enjoyed their new concept,...More
The Grafton is finally getting the revamp it needed.
Can’t wait to see if it will attract more eateries and some speciality shops. Newbie ‘Amelie’ offering French style flat bread pizzas, next to the cinema is really good.
We visited the Grafton Centre today and parked in their car park for easy access to the shops. We foolishly did not check the parking cost before going into the car park but thought it wouldn’t be extortionate. We ended up with a fee of...More
After visiting the grafton centre today, I have to say that this will have been my last ever visit due to the dismal toilet situation. I have a three month old daughter who needed a nappy change and I also needed the toilet.