Henrys information

If you’re looking for some stylish alfresco drinking head to Henrys on Quayside. The beautiful views and sociable atmosphere makes it an ideal place to enjoy cocktails with friends. Henrys also hold monthly comedy and burlesque evenings.

Opening Hours
Opening Hours
Mon-Thu 11:00-23:00
Fri 10:00-00:00
Sat 10:00-01:00
Sun 10:00-22:30
Food Served
Food Served
Yes
Cuisine
Cuisine
British
Average Meal Cost
Average Meal Cost
£10 - £20
Alcohol Served
Alcohol Served
Yes
Average Wine Price
Average Wine Price
£14.00
Average Beer Price
Average Beer Price
£3.35
Cocktail List
Cocktail List
Yes
Other Entertainment
Other Entertainment
Free WiFi
Entertainment Facilities
Entertainment Facilities
Newspapers, WiFi
Payment
Payment
Disabled Access
Disabled Access
Wheelchair Access
Disabled Toilets
Disabled Toilets
Yes
Outdoor Area
Outdoor Area
Yes
Outdoor Info
Outdoor Info
Terraced seating area overlooking the river
Children Welcome
Children Welcome
Yes
Children Times & Conditions
Children Info
until 21:00
Children Facilities
Children Facilities
Kids Menu, High Chairs, Toys/Activities, Baby Changing Facilities

Henrys reviews

Saturday nights here are amazing! Love the cheap cocktails! I've been here every Saturday for so many months now I can't even remember the last time I didn't.



Henry's in Cambridge made sure we had a great night!

I arranged a celebration dinner for a group of 12 at Henry's in Cambridge on a Thursday night in April and we had a fantastic night - we could not fault the service and the food was lovely.

I had read some reviews which made me a little dubious about having the dinner there as I wasn't sure if the service and food would be up to scratch.

However I booked anyway as Henry's is a great location for a celebration and we had the option of pre- and after-dinner drinks in the bar.

I needn't have worried and everything was great. The staff who took the booking were very helpful and decorated the table, and the bar and table staff were also really friendly and efficient.

Thanks!



Henry’s is your average modern bar. But its enviable location ensures plenty of locals stop by for a drink as they watch the punting chaos on the River Cam.

The Venue
In the midst of tourists taking pictures, punt guides drumming up trade, and families enjoying the pretty river sits Henry's. It's a simple bar with not much more to offer than its location.

Outside, the river does its job nicely and sets a pretty scene for customers. Inside, the decor is modern and sleek, but not particularly imaginative.

Bold patterned wallpaper, understated light fixtures and flourishes of over the top decadence, such as large pillars, create a commonly repeated pattern of chic bar decor. However, the bad print carpet brings it down a notch.

Henry's is spacious, with lots of variation - from dark, moody nooks to bright, refreshing views. There is, at least, something here to suit all moods.

The People
Henry’s is a bit too dull for the under 25s, so there are very few students milling around. In fact, the students stick to punting. It's the families on a day out by the river, or tourists enjoying the sights, who try out Henry’s because of its practical location.

The simple tranquillity of the river combined with the fun chaos around it can inject lots of life into Henry’s. However, when it's busy the wait at the bar can be a long one, which quickly gets people’s stress levels up.

The Food and Drink
As it's a bar, not just a pub, Henry’s offers cocktails as well as the usual choices of wine and beers. Cocktail categories cover martinis, long drinks and shorts, all for £5.50. Some concoctions are made with premium spirits to make them taste extra special.

The wine list is veering towards expensive, with an average bottle coming in at £17. Again, prices aren't exactly cheap when it comes to the food. Simple ham, eggs and chips comes in at £8.95.

Other options include burgers for £8.45, leek and blue cheese risotto for £8.95, chilli sauteed king scallops with linguine for £10.75 and sausage and mash for £8.95.

They also do a Sunday roast and sharers, and an all-day breakfast which costs £7.95. In an attempt to lure in students they do pizza at £1 a slice on Thursdays, as well as drink offers.

The Last Word
Henry’s relies heavily on its location to make it stand out from other bars in the area, but the Quayside does add a touch of magic which makes your cocktail all the more enjoyable.