Totalling over 3,991 sq ft, the building has two floors of trading area as well as a second floor and a basement. It also has a courtyard which is rare in Cambridge city centre and a wide pavement frontage for further external seating. 

Edward Dodson said: “This unit has come available following Café Rouge falling into administration in July of this year. The attractive period building has a prominent location on Bridge Street, right in the historic centre of the city and close to the River Cam. In a prime tourist hotspot, the building is surrounded by a number of national and local operators including Cote, Prezzo, Fitzbillies and Cambridge Wine Merchants. The addition of the courtyard garden makes this a highly attractive proposition for restaurant owners as outdoor seating is particularly difficult to come by in central Cambridge. We have already carried out a number of viewings and expect strong interest.” 

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