Here in Cambridge there are so many fantastic independent coffee shops to try. Most of them have an indoor and outdoor option for seating but I personally like to grab a coffee and then take a stroll through the beautiful cobbled streets. Cambridge is such a pretty city and there’s always a new shop or Dinky Door to find.
Today I’m sharing 3 coffee shops I’ve been visiting over the last few months in the centre of Cambridge. All of them serve up an excellent dairy-free coffee with a variety of milk alternatives to pick from.
Where to grab a good dairy-free coffee in the centre of Cambridge
Ever since Bould Brothers first opened their doors back in 2017 I’ve been a huge fan.
In their own words, Bould Brothers Coffee seeks to create the best speciality coffee experience and I think they do just that. They serve up the most wonderful rich cup of coffee with the perfect milk alternative to coffee ratio.
If you’re new to artisan coffee shops then you’ll notice that their cups are a little smaller than you’d find from a regular high-street chain. However, the coffee in the cup is far superior and most importantly, you can actually taste it.
Address: 16 Round Church St and 88 Regent St, Cambridge and 88 Regent St. Cambridge
The Locker Cafe
The Locker is on King Street where you’ll find quite a few independent shops and I think that’s only going to increase in the coming years.
This is a family run cafe that offers a smooth yet bold coffee with a range of milk alternatives. They also always have a good selection of vegan cake options on offer.
Address: 54 King St, Cambridge CB1 1LN
The Coffee Bug
Ann and Julian run The Coffee Bug and you’ll find them right in the centre of Cambridge at All Saints Garden, just across from Trinity College.
They serve up a lovely rich coffee with a variety of alternative milks and they often have a vegan cake option.
Address: All Saints Garden, Trinity St, Cambridge CB2 1TQ