Peas Hill is a place in central Cambridge with a small number of businesses.
Peas Hill also has the following useful amenity: a restaurant called Jinling Noodle Bar.
CallyCo is a haberdashery shop offering a range of soft furnishings, dress fabrics and quirky home accessories as well as sewing courses.
Address: 7 Peas Hill, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 3PP
A sister company of Toni & Guy, Essensuals is a chain of hair salons providing a range of hair services (and, in many salons, beauty treatment) in a relaxed setting.
Address: 1-2 Peas Hill, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 3PP
Fresh Thyme is a café serving a range of hot and cold food and drinks.
Address: 3 Peas Hill, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 3PP
Jinling Noodle Bar is a Chinese restaurant offering a selection of food and drinks that are popular in China.
Address: 11 Peas Hill, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 3PP
St Edward's Church (full name Church Of St Edward King & Martyr) in central Cambridge is a Church Of England church and building of architectural interest dating from a very early period.
Address: Peas Hill, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 3PP
Find out what people are saying about places on Peas Hill.
I've had my hair cut at Essensuals, Cambridge twice and I must say I walked out of the salon each time a very happy customer! The reason I go there is partly because... More »
We ate at lunch time, Aug 17 . The staff were delightful and friendly, the food was very good. The choices ranged from the familiar (lemon chicken) to the unknown (ants climbing up... More »
Good Points: Excellent starters. Very good main course. Fast, attentive service. Food arrived very quickly and was steaming hot. Moderately priced. Bad Points: Lighting very bright. Wine list abysmal - choice of 3 white/3 red is ridiculous.... More »
Dropped in when passing and was hugely impressed. Comfortable, though admittedly basic accomodation. The service was good and prices very good. But the high point was that every plate was piled high with... More »
I do agree that some of the food is not as nice as some served in Teri-yaki or Yeepee, but the food is nice and it is affordable. They also give out discounts... More »
Although much of the menu is somewhat forgettable (the same hardy perennials served in British Chinese restaurants since the 1950s all make appearances, and they are generally rendered poorly), those prepared to expand... More »
We go to the Jin Ling more or less every week. It has an interesting menu, with plenty of dishes not easily found elsewhere. Servings are large, they come quickly. It may not... More »
If a restaurant calls itself a noodle bar, believe them. I ordered various Chinese dishes which were just too oily-greasy. Pleasant place with really nice people.... More »
The Udon is too salty .. as if you are eating salt. Vegetables and meat do not seem to be fresh. I only went there once, maybe other dishes are good.... More »
Noodles are served in so many different ways, it has some 35 Chinese-style options, from soup noodle to the thick chewy stewed udon. The Beef Soup Noodle comes very highly recommended, being the... More »