10 Great Places To Eat in suffolk

By | February 26, 2019

1.The Golden Key, Snape

Push through Snape and you may easily overlook this gem. It’s in Priory Road and you may anticipate pub classics using lots of local components; that is not forgetting the real ale and extensive wine list behind the pub.

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In the colder months, the bar is filled with the warmth of two roaring open fires. Unwind with a glass of wine and Fido after a winter walk in your feet.

2. Scutchers Restaurant, Long Melford

An ever-present on our list of places to eat out, this tastefully decorated restaurant is on the street from Long Melford towards Cavendish. The standard of service and food here are second to none. An attractive luxury entire grilled Dover sole will price #29 however if you want to sample the cooking here the duck cassoulet is much more modestly priced at #18.

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The Scutchers store sells starters, mains and puddings to be taken away and bottles of wine may be purchased to take home perfect cuisine for an night in!

3. The Bulmer Fox, Bulmer

Nestled on the Suffolk/Essex border, this bar has a comfy interior that is marginally more restaurant than bar (though there are some wonderful small snugs indoors ). The menu is small but thoughtfully collect and mains do not get any more expensive than #16.50 which is for the steak, and starters are priced too at only #6.50.

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The menu includes a choice of tasty dishes priced at only #9.75 for one class, #12.75 for two classes and #15.75 for three. You’ll find tasty pub grub such as broiled haddock fillet with pork leg or potatoes with mashed potatoes and skillet.

4. Milsoms, Kesgrave Hall

We like Milsoms for their food. This former schoolhouse is situated a matter of yards in the A12 but hidden away amid trees and rolling lawns. The menus that are worded incorporate a range of dishes to suit all appetites. From legumes and sodas, to mains and pasta dishes, there is plenty for everyone.

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Ensure you leave space of those mouth watering puddings. Anticipate creative dishes like salted caramel and peppermint brûlée, Belgian chocolate fondant with salted peanut brittle, and lemon and poppy seed mousse. Yum!

5. Queen’s Head, Blyford

This 500 year old thatched pub is not far from Southwold and Halesworth and participates in very neighborhood meat, vegetables and game (most of which can be found grazing or growing just a matter of yards from the pub). If match isn’t something, an array of speciality nights runs during each month, including nights, pie nights and curry nights.

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The huge beer garden is the perfect sunny place for beer and good company on a hot summer’s day.

6. Maison BleueBury St Edmunds

In Maison Bleue, diners can expect French cuisine. It goes some way although it might appear to be a little restaurant and there are plenty of delicacies to be wines on offer.

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The three course lunch for #25 is a great introduction to this particular French temptress and a sneak. You could almost be across the Channel in Annecy or Sarlat (or some other Gallic city as lovely as our very own Bury!) .

7. Ravenwood Hall Hotel, Rougham

At Ravenwood, diners have spacious Garden Room overlooking the terrace, the option of eating in the casual bar, or even the formal restaurant. This Tudor hall provides a experience where food and support is something special. The menu provides a wide selection of British dishes with a modern twist, using ingredients like match from Rougham Estate along with locally sourced fish and meats, along with vegetarian options.

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With a comfy and inviting setting, a log fire and seasonal food on the menu, the restaurant is an perfect destination for the autumn months.

8. Cafe Bencotto, Felixstowe

Café Bencotto serves Mediterranean style food such as genuine hand-made breads and excellent pasta and risotto plus an interesting choice of contemporary English seafood, fish and meat dishes, plus a handful of daily specials. The atmosphere is lively here although the red brick interior of this lovingly restored former fire station lends a warm ambience.

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The wine list is well above average with this style of dining. On the menu you’ll discover an aromatic and elegant selection of whites, reds and sparkling wines. Treat yourself.

9. Old Cannon Brewery, Bury St Edmunds

This free house from the backstreets of Bury is the only brew pub in Suffolk in which you can view beer. Beers are made on the premises using East Anglian increased and malted barley, choice hops and the house yeast that was special. The Brewery Kitchen serves fresh and seasonal produce bought from known manufacturers the style is with a twist. Anticipate pub costs.

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The Cannon currently has rooms so that you can eat, drink and stay.

10. Black Lion Hotel, Long Melford

With one of the best views of the Long Melford Green and within the glimpse of the church, the Black Lion is steeped in history and serves the finest, award-winning dishes. The restaurant is composed with a bit of sophistication, mixed together with homely comforts so it may come as no surprise that the resort was a previous winner of the EADT Suffolk Food and Drink awards ‘Best Restaurant’.

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Sunday lunch at The Black Lion is among the best meals of this week. Think roast rib of beef, homemade crispy roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings and veggies — just be sure that you’re wearing your pants that are stretchy!

A Place To Stay Between Meals

even for the biggest foodies out there, going to all 10 restaurants is quite unlikely, so its best if you stay in a one of the many dog friendly Suffolk holiday cottages available between meals, maybe make a foodie weekend out of it!