The innovative Architect Bar and Restaurant occupies a great location on Castle Street, a very popular area in the magnificent city of Cambridge. Why is it innovative? It’s Cambridge’s first dedicated Fish & Chip and Pie & Mash Bar. Why named The Architect? Because you, the customer, can design and build your own meal. The attractive exterior boasts 1870s-style herringbone red brick neatly incorporated into a modern façade while the contemporary interior is relaxed and welcoming.
The menu offers three categories from which to design your own meal: Snacks & Share (Design your own Sharing Board); From the Fryer (Choose your Main, Covering, one Side plus a Sauce, all served with hand-cut Chips); From the Oven (Choose your Main, Potato, a Side plus Sauce). The Architect also caters for those wishing to eat gluten free and the friendly and knowledgeable staff are always on hand to answer any questions regarding food preparation and ingredients.
From the Snacks & Share Menu GF options include Spiced crispy whitebait, lemon & seaweed aioli; Pork scratchings, apple & grain mustard sauce. From the Fryer, GF options offer a choice of succulent fish with a selection of coverings, such as Beer Batter, Turmeric Tempura, and Seaweed & Lemon. The Oven Menu includes GF Cumin roasted squash, feta & red onion filo topped pie with a choice of hand-cut chips, buttery mash, honey roasted root vegetables or Bubble & Squeak. A delicious selection of GF sides are also available to accompany your chosen dish. The well-stocked bar offers a great range of spirits and a select choice of wines and cask ales to add to your experience at this great venue.
The Architect also serves Sunday lunches – please state GF when ordering!
“Love this place … great atmosphere, good food and friendly staff … delicious gluten free (and vegetarian) options.” …Gluten Free Dining
Text from Menu: Items marked GF are made from gluten free products, we take every care to keep these items separate from anything containing gluten in our kitchen
however our kitchen is very small and we do use products containing gluten so there maybe trace elements of gluten in our food.