Kingston Street is a street in East East Cambridge with a small number of businesses.
Kingston Street also has the following useful amenity: a pub - The Kingston Arms.
A M Webb offers a translating service for a variety of languages.
Address: 30 Kingston Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2NU
Cambridge Academy Of Translators UK is an academy for translators chartered under the laws of the United Kingdoms. CAT aims at unifying international translators and interpreters of all languages and providing a platform for certifying, training, research and job placement.
Address: 30 Kingston Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Cb1 2nu
Emmaus (UK) is a charity which raises money for a good cause.
Address: 48 Kingston Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2NU
Address: 49 Kingston Street, Cambridge, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2NU
Address: 52 Kingston Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2NU
Address: 44 Kingston Street, Cambridge, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2NU
Philip A Beck is a firm of insolvency practitioners who carry out formal insolvency procedures.
Address: 41 Kingston Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2NU
Address: 41 Kingston Street, Cambridge, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2NU
The Kingston Arms is a pub offering a place for people to drink, eat and socialise.
Address: 33 Kingston Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2NU
Find out what people are saying about places on Kingston Street.
How canTwo computers on wall take up space? Who drinks on a wall? In no way has this taken away from the ka. If the person who wrote this review stops going... More »
Absolutely craking pub! And now they have a recession range of beers and food, and from what I can tell there is no compromise on the quality. Just had stir fried chicken, and... More »
A late summer evening in the Kingston's bijou beer garden is delightful enough, but the plaice in brown butter sauce (with chips and salad) was one of the best-cooked fish dishes I have... More »
I used to work at Kingston arms and i must say it's by far the best and cleanest pub i have worked in. it's a perfect venue for all occasions, from quiet nite... More »
Donâ€™t go to drink on a Friday and Saturday night as it practically turns into a restaurant - the tables are normally all booked and they often ask if you are eating if... More »
Fantastic - FREE internet! The computers are unobtrusivethe base units are on a shelf above head height out of everyones way, and the screens are 2 inch thick flat screens bolted to the... More »
Seabuscuit is an action drama about a small horse who became famous in the 30`s in the USA. The film is also about three ruined lifes, a frustated jockey, a bankrupt and an... More »
The pub has 2 computers, and they are hardly 'in your face'! They are on shelves well above head height, and the flat screens are barely 2-3 inches thick and are bolted to... More »
Perfect. I had a wonderful pint of summer lightning, whilst a couple of gentlemen played an accordian and sung in the corner. A real coal file roared. Just what was needed on a... More »
I fear for my favourite pub (Kingston arms) - why these new computers to surf the web? Takes valuable space and who goes to the pub to isolate themselves in front of a... More »
Hard to choose between the veggie options, goats cheese tarts, mushroom rissoles or ratatouie tortillas all homemade and very tasty with great salad best veggie meal i've had for ages, thoroughly recommended to... More »
Very impressed with the quality of the food, though admittedly the portions could be a bit bigger.... More »
The Kingston Arms is no ordinary pub. It combines gastronomic delights more akin to gastro-pubs such as London's famous 'Engineer' and 'Landsdown' yet retains an unpretentious charm. The extensive choice of... More »
A really superb, 'grown up' pub with excellent food and beers that even appealed to me,a non-beer drinker. If you're in Cambridge for the day, this is a 'must visit' as a genuine,... More »
Map showing Kingston Street in Cambridge.