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Hotel Felix
Whitehouse Lane
Huntingdon Road


CB3 0LX. | View map

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Hotel Felix offers a refreshingly different experience to staying in the historic city of Cambridge. Contemporary in style, Hotel Felix is set in its own glorious landscaped gardens and offers fifty-two individually designed bedrooms and suites.

Elegant reception rooms, decorated in natural fabrics such as linen, silk and suede, are warm and welcoming and Hotel Felix boasts a sensational restaurant, Graffiti, serving delicious modern Mediterranean cuisine. Three additional rooms are available for private receptions and meetings and Hotel Felix holds a wedding licence.

Hotel Felix is located less than a mile from the city centre, just twenty minutes from the famous Newmarket Racecourse and 45 minutes from London Stansted Airport.


Number of Rooms: 52
Number Ensuite: 52

Price per Room:

Double: From £168
Twin: From £168
Single: From £136 - Single occupancy
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Name: Graffiti
Cuisine: Mediterranean/Italian

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Sample Menu:

Italian Bread Selection with Pesto, Tapenade and Infused Oil ◊
Butternut Squash Velouté with Crispy Spätzle
Pot Roasted Cinnamon Quail with Sumac, Orzo Pasta, Celeriac Purée and Pine Nuts,
Walnut and Grape Jus ◊
Hand Dived Isle of Skye Scallops with Artichokes, Ginger and Soy Dressing *

Tarte Tatin of Forelle Pear, Flower Marie Ewes Cheese, Port Reduction
Ballotine of Corn Fed Chicken, Wild Mushrooms, Truffle and Leeks with a Sweetcorn and Apple Relish
Confit Red Mullet with Creamed Cauliflower and Baby Turnips, Asparagus and Tomato Dressing *
Carpaccio of Fallow Denham Estate Venison, Beetroot and Pistachio Vinaigrette ◊*
Seared Foie Gras with Allspice, Amaretti Jelly, Apricot Compote and Coffee Syrup ◊*
Braised Shoulder of Rare Breed Soay Lamb with Anchovies,Garlic and Rosemary Dauphinoise Potatoes
Pan Fried Fillet of Zander with Choucroute and Meat Juices *
Sautéed French Chicken Breast with Dublin Bay Prawns, Shellfish Ravioli, Buttered Spinach and a Light Madeira Cream
Slow Cooked Rare Glenlivet Whisky Infused Scottish Rump Beef With Chargrilled Vegetables, Creamed Potatoes, Pickled Walnuts and a Watercress Foam ◊ *
Market Fish of the Day (not available on Mondays)
Roast and Confit Corn Fed Duck with a Savoury Bread Pudding, Fondant Potato, Cavolo Nero,
Fig Compote and a Sloe Gin Sauce
Baked Dover Sole Filled with a Mushroom Duxelle, Parsley Snails, Salsify and Caramelised Chestnuts,
Herb Beurre Noisette ◊ *
Risotto ‘Piperade’ with Deep Fried Quail’s Egg, Air Dried Vegetables, Parmesan Crackling
Roast Fillet of Cod with a Casserole of Octopus, Coriander and Lemon Grass*

Cavolo Nero with Confit Shallots
Chargrilled Vegetables
Warm Potato Salad with Crème Fraîche and Chives
Pommes Frites
Dauphinoise Potatoes
Mizuna and Baby Red Chard Salad

Banana Flambé with White Chocolate and Rum Sorbet
Caramel Milles Feuilles with Lemon Crème Brûlée and Roasted Quince *
Bitter Chocolate Pudding Soufflé, Foaming Vanilla Anglaise, Raspberry Granita
Baked Apple with Hazelnut Madeleine, Ginger Ice Cream and Honey Jelly ◊
Assiette of Frozen Fruits, Ice Creams and Sorbets ◊ *
Selection of European Cheese, Water Biscuits, Fig Rolls and Fruit Chutney ◊

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