Carpenters Arms, The (Great Wilbraham,Cambridge)
What we thought
Award winning restaurateurs Rick and Heather Hurley brought a Gallic glow to the lacklustre Carpenters Arms in 2010, and have since rekindled the heart of the Great Wilbraham community. Just a couple of years on, this humble hostelry has acquired an unpretentious sophistication, a vibrant elegance characteristic to a 'petit auberge' on the Côte D'Azur.
The dining area is bright and quaint, and on this particular evening was three-quarters full.
March 20th 2013[VENUE RESPONSE BELOW] Regretably a cold cheerless lunchtime; bar area cold and food relatively expensive for average menu; hardly surprising that only four diners and no lingering. [RESPONSE: Thank you for taking the time to give your feedback, we take all customer input very seriously and do use it to help us to focus on areas that need improving. Yes you are right the bar was not as warm as we
November 5th 2012[venue response below this comment] We arrived on a Saturday evening (3rd Nov) and was very surprised to see only one other table dining. We were seated in the lobby area as there were only the two tables being used. We waited at least 20 minutes before we were asked if we were ready to order, we had not had so much as a glass of water
September 13th 2012Excellent selection of real ales and food to match. Food cooked from local produce and always tastes great. Rick & Heather always make us feel welcome.
Carpenters Arms,10 High Street,
Great Wilbraham ,
Mon: 11:30-15:00, 18:30-23:00
Wed - Sat: 11:30-15:00, 18:30-23:00
Mon: 12:00-14:30, 19:00-21:00
Wed Sat: 12:00-14:30, 19:00-21:00