A review of The Eagle by Sylvia G written on Friday 30th of March 2012
The Eagle is a Pub full with happy people. Every time I have been there, the food has been excellent, it has been served quickly, and the staff has been very efficient and amiable. Some days it gets very crowded... of course! It is, perhaps, the most visited Pub in Cambridge, and with a reason! It is the famous Pub where Watson and Crick went to celebrate, announcing they "discovered the secret of life." It is, indeed, a beautiful, historical, and fun place to visit while in Cambridge. While you are there, check the RAF bar, at the back of the Pub, where you can read words that many airmen of World War II wrote on the ceiling. You will have a marvelous time! .
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Map showing The Eagle on Benet Street