Mon - Fri
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Edge Café also offers a meeting room for commercial, community and charity hire at reasonable rates.
The Hayman Room offers facilities that include broadband access, AV equipment and SMART board.
A catering service is available for people using the meeting room.
A few years ago, funding was awarded to build a recovery hub in Cambridge, a working café open to the public but with a recovery-based focus. The café forms a visible, public-facing demonstration of the possibility of recovery from substance misuse, generating opportunities both for people in recovery, and for the wider community.
Situated on the site of Brookfields Hospital, on our walls you'll find a different artist in residence each month, and throughout the week we provide a wide programme of workshops and music, spoken word and interactive events that are open to all.
In addition to our award-winning coffee, The Edge Café offer a wide range of homemade cakes, freshly prepared meals and drinks.
Our specials change daily, and we are proud to partner with FareShare to combat food waste and hunger in the UK. Food that would otherwise be wasted by supermarkets gets turned into delicious meals, and everything that we don't use is free for customers to take home.
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|Regular 8oz||Large 12oz|
|Espresso||Single - £2.00||Double - £2.20|
|Pot of Breakfast Tea / Earl Grey||For one - £2.00||For two - £3.20|
|Whipped Cream & Sprinkles||30p|
|Flavoured Syrups - Chocolate / Hazelnut / Vanilla / Salted Caramel||30p|
|Sparkling / Still Water||£1.50|
|Coke / Diet Coke||£1.50|
|Carton of Apple / Orange Juice||£1.00|
|Local Apple Juice||£2.20|
|Loacl Orange Juice||£2.20|
|Apple / Orange Carton||85p|
|Served from 8.00 - 11.30
Porridge - served with fresh fruit
|The Edge homemade granola – oats, nuts, dried fruit & seeds roasted with coconut oil & maple syrup, served with semi skimmed milk, almond milk or Greek yoghurt ( V* )||£3.75|
|Toast, 2 slices with butter & choice of jam, marmalade, Marmite, honey or Nutella||£2.50|
|Beans on Toast||£3.50|
|Bacon sandwich (served all day)||£3.75|
|Breakfast Sandwich - Egg, bacon, sausage or mushroom sandwich (serves all day) choice of two items||£3.75|
|Breakfast Bap - Cobs Bakery Bap filled with a choice of 2 breakfast items (served all day)||£3.75|
|Simply 2 eggs on toast (poached, scrambled or fried)
Poached eggs on toast with crushed avocado
|The Full Edge - 2 eggs on toast, bacon, sausage, black pudding, baked beans, mushrooms and tomato - with regular tea /coffee||£7.00/£7.90|
|The Small Edge - 1 egg on toast with bacon, baked beans and a choice of mushroom or tomato||£5.00|
|The Vegetarian Edge - 2 eggs on toast with mushrooms & tomato and a choice of halloumi or falafel||£7.00|
|The Vegan Edge - 2 slices of toast with mushrooms on wilted spinach, baked beans & tomato||£7.00|
|Extras - egg, bacon, sausage, black pudding, mushrooms, baked beans, hash browns, cheese per item||£0.80|
|The Edge homemade cheese scone, butter & chutney
|The Edge Sausage Roll||£2.80|
|The Edge homemade soup with bread & butter||£5.00|
|The Edge homemade soup and sandwich
The Edge homemade soup with cheese scone & butter
BAKED POTATO or SWEET POTATO - with butter and side salad and 1 filling
extra fillings - 80p each:- baked beans, cheese, tuna, coleslaw and roasted vegetables
Salad bowls - fresh salad leaves tossed with either:-
- falafel & roasted veg/ bacon & brie/ halloumi & beetroot/ tuna mayonnaise
Caesar Salad - crisp salad leaves, Parmesan shavings, croutons, Caesar dressing
- with chicken and bacon bits
Super Salad - raw salad and vegetables, tossed with house dressing, roasted nuts and seeds with daily protein (see specials board)
|Sandwich fillings - your choice of either:- fresh bread, toasted bread, toasted panini or wrap.|
|Mature cheddar, ham & homemade onion chutney||£4.50|
|Brie, crispy bacon, cranberry & rocket||£4.75|
|Crumbled falafel, roasted vegetables, salad leaves & yoghurt garlic dressing ( V* )||£4.75|
|Homemade houmous, tomato, grated carrot & salad leaves ( V* )||£4.95|
|Pan fried halloumi, beetroot, spinach & sweet chilli||£4.95|
|Cheese/Ham & Cheese Toastie||£3.60|
|Tuna melt - panini filled with tuna mayonnaise, mature cheddar & sliced tomato (served with crisps)||£5.25|
|BLT – toasted sandwich with layers of crispy bacon, lettuce, tomato & mayonnaise (served w/crisps)||£5.50|
|The Edge Club – triple decker toasted sandwich layered with chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomato & mayonnaise, served with coleslaw and crisps||£7.00|
|Baked beans on toast||£1.75|
|Kids breakfast – 1 egg on toast with toast & baked beans||£2.50|
|Kid's Lunch - Sandwich (choice of cheese, ham, Marmite, jam, Nutella, peanut butter) with Pom Bear crisps, cookie & carton of juice||£4.00|
We believe that what we can grow a network of positive relationships and experiences that stretch from our cafe and out into the world, by bringing people together & helping build social stability in each others' lives.
We will provide a beautiful, safe, warm, drug & alcohol free space and community to anchor people in the sustained recovery they need to gain and maintain access to housing, social & health services, healthy relationships, education and employment. By sharing experiences & knowledge, linking with our local community & recovery groups, offering peer support & mentoring, promoting healthy social values, supporting emotional wellbeing and arranging social events we believe peoples lives can & do change for the better.
Without ongoing recovery support, the challenge of maintaining stability in mental health, relationships, housing & employment and breaking cycles of destruction may feel nearly impossible.
The Edge is a holding place for people looking for support in their long term recovery.
The Edge Café are delighted to be working with FareShare. As part of their mission to cut down on food waste and to combat hunger, FareShare redistribute good food destined for waste to charities and community groups who turn it into nutritional meals for vulnerable people.
The fresh, quality food is delivered to The Edge Café on a Friday, and we use as much of it as we can to populate our excellent specials menu. How much and what food varies week-to-week, so our specials are always changing depending on what we receive. Anything that we do not use in the kitchen is free for customers or visitors to take.
|Whole Cafe hire||£45ph||£37ph||£32ph|
Click on the following link to view the rental agreement.
The Edge Café offers a meeting room for commercial, community and charity hire at reasonable rates. The Hayman Room offers facilities that include broadband access, AV equipment and SMART Board. Please consult the options below for price and availability.
Before booking please read the Room Rental Agreement in full. By continuing, you accept the terms and conditions therein.
If you would like to hire the meeting room, please email Gail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone on 07848 871323
The Edge Café is Cambridge’s new recovery hub; a community café with a recovery heart. We are a social enterprise providing opportunities and peer support to people in recovery from substance misuse. We are open to the public and to the community, playing host to live events, workshops, exhibitions and damn good coffee.
At the moment it is a blank canvas, which is where YOU come in. We are looking for artists who wish to exhibit their work in a vibrant café environment. Each exhibiting artist adorns the walls for one month, with their work playing a large part in how customers experience the café and the project’s overall aesthetic. It’s important stuff, and we need beautiful things and beautiful people to make it happen.
Across the month of exhibition, we invite the exhibiting artist to curate an element of the café’s what’s on programme in collaboration with The Edge. This can be a workshop, talk or live event that relates to the themes of your work – we’re open to ideas! The most important thing is that it’s open to all, and adds value to The Edge as a hub for the community. We’d also fully support you to host a private view to launch the exhibition.
To apply, please send a short paragraph about yourself, what medium you work in, examples of your work (attach or link), and a short paragraph about what the word “recovery” means to you.
To submit, please drop us an email at email@example.com
The journey of developing a ‘Recovery Hub’ for Cambridgeshire started as a vision over 2 years ago. We saw that there was a something missing, people who were leaving specialist treatment services didn't have a place to go that they could call their own, to support them to sustain long term recovery and prevent relapse. It's been a very long journey, but now this vision is finally coming to life.
The cafe has been very lucky to date and has already been offered countless hours of support and donations from organisations and individuals, and funders. We'd like to take this opportunity to say thank you.
If you would like to support us in making the Cambridge Recovery Hub happen, you can do so by donating or by offering practical help. Do you work with an organisation you feel we'd work well with too? Do you have a specific skill that you wish to put to work for a good cause? Are you in recovery yourself and wish to get involved? We'd love to hear from you!
If you are interested in volunteering at The Edge, please fill out the form below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Edge hosts a range of events on a daily basis, focusing on a number of activities. There's something for everyone, we invite you to come along and join the fun!
Thank you to everyone who submitted a piece for Edgewords: Renewal.
Here are the writers whose submissions will be included in the anthology:
Edgewords: Renewal will be launched in the evening on Saturday 8 December at The Edge Café. All contributors to the anthology will be invited to read/perform their work at the event. Last year’s launch was lots of fun and a huge success; this year’s will, no doubt, be even better.
Edgewords started life in a writing workshop run by Oblique Arts and held at The Edge Café under the direction of Jean Dark. It is being continued as an annual publication – edited by Jean Dark, Lisa Evans and Munizha Ahmad-Cooke – to raise funds for The Edge Café’s work, supporting people in recovery from addiction.
Some of the original Edgeworders taking an inspirational walk