Now into its fifth decade Don Pasquale has survived the test of time. Due to its loyal clientele and fans from afar.
Restaurant doors first opened in June 1973. It was well known for fine-dining in the heart of Cambridge. Ever since Don Pasquale has been the hub of the Cambridge market square.
In 1990 a-la-carte dining moved to our first and second floors while the restaurant concept on the ground floor and basement changed to a Pizzeria and Gelateria.
In 2007 the two Pasquales took over the day-to-day running of the restaurant allowing their fathers to take a back seat. The cousins have continued to develop the restaurant and have now created an exclusive members lounge on the first and second floors as well as taking on The Plough in Coton (Links to find out more below)
Locals, shoppers, tourists and businesses enjoy the family welcome and the restaurant provides true Italian family dining in a lively and fun atmosphere.