• Top 10 Gastronomic Delights of The Suffolk Coast

Top 10 Gastronomic Delights of The Suffolk Coast

Whether you’re visiting The Suffolk Coast on holiday or simply enjoying a day out you’ll be in need of sustenance at some point. Cafés, pub grub, afternoon tea to delis and fine dining – there’s sure to be something to whet your appetite and slake your thirst.

Cafés

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Probably the most Instagrammed cafe in Suffolk, the Pump Street Bakery & Cafe is a small, family owned bakery and cafe in the village of Orford on Suffolk's Heritage Coast. Boasting a mouth-watering array of bread and handmade pastries, all made daily in the village. The cafe also serves local, seasonal food alongside the best artisanal tea and coffee. Be sure to buy a bar or two of their award-winning bean to bar chocolate to enjoy on your way home!

Sitting on the banks of the River Deben, The Tea Hut is a charming cafe serving breakfasts and lunches plus teas, coffees, cold drinks, wine, beer, cakes and ice cream. The large outdoor deck is perfect for eating alfresco and watching the world go by. Serving breakfasts, lunches, plus teas, coffees, cold drinks, wine, beer, cakes and ice cream.

Spend the day in Felixstowe and you can enjoy great views of this super-busy port from the View Point Café. This warm and friendly café with both indoor and outdoor seating serves all day breakfasts, snacks, fish and chips, 'dish of the day', cakes, ice cream, teas and coffees.

Offering Mediterranean style fayre, Café Bencotto's sophisticated yet informal interior complements the food freshly prepared in the open plan kitchen. And, for the early birds, they now have a mouth-watering breakfast menu.

The Alex Café Bar and Brasserie has a fabulous seafront setting just across from the promenade in Felixstowe where you can watch the world go by whilst enjoying great food and drink!

If you're looking to stock up on The Suffolk Coast's local produce, then a visit to Friday Street Farm Shop or Suffolk Food Hall will be just the ticket. The Friday Street site hosts a large Farm Shop with attached Home Store as well as a Cafe and permanent on site Fishmonger. 

Alfresco

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The Ramsholt Arms is a popular riverside pub and great for alfresco dining being situated on the banks of the River Deben. The pub is also recommended in the Michelin guide and in July 2015 was voted one of the top 20 places to dine alfresco in the UK by the Sunday Times!

Enjoy the secluded courtyard or dine amongst the apple trees in the extensive gardens at The Ship at Dunwich. Tuck into their celebrated fish & chips – with locally caught fish – before indulging yourself with one of the delicious traditional English puddings.

After a day exploring the beautiful Suffolk countryside, stop off for a pub lunch or dinner at The Unruly Pig; serving award-winning food and boasting a delightful garden complete with terrace, outside tables with umbrellas and if it turns a bit chilly as the sun does down, patio heaters. 

Whether it's a hearty breakfast, a simple lunchtime snack, a relaxed meal with friends, indulgent dinner or traditional Sunday roast, you can be sure of a great meal at The Westleton Crown. The 12th-century coaching in has bi-folding doors which open out onto the pretty enclosed garden.

Michelin recommended and dog-friendly, The Ufford Crown, near Woodbridge, serves a delicious daily changing menu, and is also great for families with a picturesque garden and children's play area, or pay a visit to The Queen's Head at Bramfield; a popular pub with16 tables in the garden, all with parasols and upgraded lighting for this season - Brand new blankets are even available to purchase should you feel a little chilly!

And what better alfresco dining than having fish & chips on the beach? All along the Suffolk Coast you'll find great fish & chips whether you're in Lowestoft, Southwold, Dunwich, Aldeburgh or Felixstowe. Named as the best fish & chip shop in the UK, Aldeburgh Fish & Chip Shop is just a stone's throw from the sea, so find a spot on the seashore, rip open the paper and tuck into steaming hot cod and chips. 

For more inspiration take a look at our Alfresco Dining Guide

Afternoon Tea

Southwold Boating Lake and Tearooms

Turn back the clock and enjoy afternoon tea in the quaint Southwold Boating Lake and Tearoom. At this quirky 1940s-style tearoom in Southwold, you’re always guaranteed a warm and friendly welcome.

Staying in Southwold, you could always pop into The Swan Hotel on the High Street for a spot of afternoon tea before taking a stroll down to the harbour or the beach.

With views out to sea, The Hatfield Hotel boasts panoramic views of the sea on their deck or in the stylish restaurant, where you can listen to the waves lap at the shore as you pour yourself a cuppa and dive into a cream slice or two!

Enjoy spectacular views of the championship golf course at Ufford Park Hotel as you indulge in a selection of sandwiches, homemade cakes and scones with your choice of either tea or coffee, or treat yourself to a glass of Prosecco or an Adnams Gin & Tonic. There's a children's afternoon tea also available, including choice of drink, sandwiches and sweet treats. 

The opulent and historic surroundings of The Orwell Hotel in Felixstowe are the perfect setting for tea which includes scones with clotted cream and preserves and a selection of cakes, savouries and sandwiches.

And if you’re visiting Snape Maltings be sure to call into The Granary Tea Shop and Café 1885. Perfect for afternoon tea set in one of The Suffolk Coast's most stunning landscapes.

Great Pub Food

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There’s something about pub grub that we all love – it could be the good quality, home cooked food, the 'gastro pub' experience or the convivial atmosphere of a country pub.

With a thatched roof, tap-drawn cask ales, tiled floor and billiards table, it doesn't get much more country pub than The Sorrel Horse in Shottisham. During Spring, Summer and Autumn, the pub is open seven days a week serving lunch and evening meals and on Sundays breakfast/brunch too. There's a garden at the front and rear of the pub as well as the Pightle, complete with corral for tethering your horse!

Head to the seaside town of Southwold and you're spoilt for choice when it comes to great pub grub! Enjoy a walk on the common and marshes and head towards the harbour to The Harbour Inn. Find a table inside or out and order from the daily menu which showcases the freshest and finest local seafood including shrimps, sardines, monkfish, herring milts, with other pub classics too.

Situated on the village green in Walberswick, The Bell Inn is perfect for a hearty meal after a day crabbing or on the beach. Packed with Suffolk charm the historic pub features beamed ceilings, open fires, quirky snugs, hidden alcoves and worn flagstones floors. The menu captures the best of Suffolk produce, offering a choice of delicious freshly prepared, locally sourced and home-cooked lunchtime and evening meals. There are a variety of nooks and rooms to dine in, from the informal and relaxed bar area, by the fire in the dining room, or outside in the garden looking out to sea.

Another Adnams pub for you to try is The Five Bells Inn at Wrentham. Serving a range of home-cooked classics at lunch and dinner alongside a good selection of Adnams beers, spirits and wines to accompany meals which include confit rabbit with pickled carrots, radish & tarragon, Adnams Copper House gin-cured salmon with red onion and parsley salad & soda bread and grilled Blythburgh free-range bacon chop. 

A historic, grade II listed pub in the heart of Aldeburgh, The Cross Keys serves delicious locally-sourced dishes and an award-winning range of Adnams beers, spirits and wines. And in nearby Aldringham, The Parrot oozes character with solid oak beams, open fire, wonky walls and low ceilings. The menu uses local ingredients including meat direct from Salter and King butchers in Aldeburgh, fruit and vegetables from the greengrocer in Leiston, fish from sustainable stock in Lowestoft and other goodies from John Westrup in Thorpeness - a truly Suffolk menu!

After a day spent messing about in boats on the Meare, find a table at The Dolphin Inn in Thorpeness. A small, family-owned pub which serves great food alongside a varied selection of Adnams ales, gins and Aspalls cider. The Dolphin has a varied evening menu using fresh local ingredients from local suppliers in dishes such as grilled seabass fillet, grilled fillet of cod, chilled Buddha bowl with summer vegetables, cous cous, sweet potato wedges and tahini dressing and 10oz Salter & King ribeye steak. At lunch, you can order from the BBQ menu with beef burger, Cumberland sausage ring, baked red mullet, charred minute-steak and spicy harissa & chickpea burger to choose from. 

Workshops & Festivals

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With courses suitable for all levels of chef, The Food Hub at Kenton Hall offers a wide range of cookery courses and workshops; Thai & Vietnamese, knife skills, bread making, Italian, cooking with fish and many more - all taking place in their state of the art kitchen with Aga Rangemaster cookers and Kenwood Equipment. 

The Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival is also must-visit for any foodie. Taking place in the stunning surroundings of Snape Maltings on the last weekend in September, the festival boasts a street market, with over 50 of the region's top producers selling their award-winning produce. 

Fine Dining

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Want to treat yourself? Or perhaps you’ve a special occasion to celebrate. The Suffolk Coast has great fine dining available. 

The Brudenell Seafood & Grill in pretty Aldeburgh has panoramic sea views from every table with a décor that is inspired by the vibrant colours that can be found on The Suffolk coast throughout the year. The menu features fresh local fish, seafood and free-range meats, all lovingly prepared by our head chef.

There are few places better on The Suffolk Coast to enjoy the blue skies and sunshine than Orford, a small fishing village known for its bounty of excellent local food and peaceful atmosphere. And at the heart of the village is The Crown and Castle where executive chef, Ruth Watson, prepares great food.

The Crown at Woodbridge is a 2AA rosette restaurant and bar recommended in the Michelin guide serving the best of Suffolk produce with contemporary style and care, along with an impressive cocktail menu should you wish to make a night of it!

In Southwold you should pay a visit to The Crown Hotel. The food is famously good and the wine list is wonderful too. The Crown was awarded Suffolk Dining Pub of the Year for the 2nd year in a row by The Good Pub Guide 2014 and a TripAdvisor 2015 Certificate of Excellence. 

If you're staying in Southwold, be sure to book a table at the newly transformed Swan Hotel. The hotel's signature restaurant, The Still Room is open to residents and non-residents but booking is essential. The stylish restaurant feels like a private members club with its stunning copper bar and exciting menu which features poached sea trout with chicory, daikon, horseradish and heritage potatoes, cod with curried carrot, broccoli, minted yoghurt & puffed rice, lamb rump with pea, leak, tomato, anchovy, pinenut and dauphine potato and to finish marshmallow, honeycomb, rhubarb ice cream, coffee panacotta with amaretto gel and chocolate fondant with salted caramel and Aero. 

Make sure you book a table at the brand new restaurant, bar and conservatory at The Hog Hotel in Pakefield, Lowestoft. With 3 menus on offer from the classic British Sunday lunch menu, a casual dining menu and a 5-course tasting menu, which each month features the dishes of a different country. 

After a day of shopping, wandering around museums and watching the boats bob on the marina head to the Salthouse Eaterie on Ipswich Waterfront where the dishes are modern and will surprise you with a curious twist of something deliciously different.

Delis

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Suffolk Food Hall at Wherstead, near Ipswich, is the place to find great local food. Started by Suffolk farmers who wanted to ensure friends had the best access to much of the fresh and original food produced locally; the Food Hall brings together the best local specialists and has a wide selection of artisan and luxury food and drink including a market hall, scratch baker, traditional butcher, fishmonger, delicatessen, chocolatier and greengrocer.

Once you've stocked up on local ingredients, head to The Food Hub Cookery School to learn how to use them! The state of the art catering kitchen is set on a working farm at Kenton Hall Estate; delivering seasonal and sustainable cookery courses. Whether you are an amateur cook or a food enthusiast let these courses inspire you. 

The oldest artisan ham producer in the UK, Emmett's Stores was established in 1820 and still resides and operates from its original premises. Famous for its Suffolk black ham, which was a favourite with many including The Queen Mother, Delia Smith and Rick Stein, you can also stock up on bacon, pickles, preserves and chutneys.

And for a true-taste of The Suffolk Coast, pop to Pinneys fill your basket with oysters caught from Butley Creek in Orford, plus a range of fish and shellfish smoked in the traditional smokehouse. 

Farmers Markets

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Here on the Suffolk Coast, we are completely spoilt with a huge selection of local food and drink producers, selling jams, honey, Suffolk-cured ham, strawberries, asparagus, breads, cheeses and ales... you name it, we make it! And it’s all available at our local farmers markets!

For more information on markets across The Suffolk Coast, take a look at the East Suffolk Markets guide!

Local Producers

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As you’d expect from a county like Suffolk, we have some wonderful local food producers.

Featured on the menu of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, a round or two of Baron Bigod Cheese made at Fen Farm Dairy just outside Bungay should definitely be heading home with you (along with raw milk and cream bought from the farm's vending machine), and to accompany your cheese, a bottle or two of Flint Vineyard's award-winning Bacchus, which was named East-Anglia Wine of the Year 2017. 

No trip to Suffolk would be complete without taking home a crate or barrel of Adnams finest! The Adnams shop in Southwold showcases their innovative range of quality beer, wonderful wines, handcrafted spirits and gifty bits and bobs.

Cool and Quirky

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And for something just that little bit different… we have that covered too!

Cruise the calm waters of the River Orwell with Allen Gardiner River Cruise Restaurant. This 63-foot former air/ sea rescue launch built in 1942, has ample space on deck and in the wheelhouse and a comfortable dining saloon.

Staying on the water, the Lady Florence River Cruise Restaurant provides a unique and exciting dining experience offering brunch and a la carte lunch or dinner cruises from Orford Quay, Orford.

If you're looking for somewhere that caters for all tastes, MarkG Seafood Restaurant (served Tuesday to Saturday from 12pm - 2pm) is sure to tick all the boxes; with exciting menu items such as field mushroom and tarragon pate, veg & nut roast hash, falafel burger handmade flatbread pizza and mezze boards. At all other times you can enjoy freshly caught fish and seafood dishes plus Sunday lunch in the main restaurant.

Situated in the market town of Halesworth, Cleone's Italian Restaurant at The Angel Hotel offers seasonal menus featuring classic dishes from Italy's extremely varied culinary regions, prepared in the typical 'home style' Italian way with menu options including pastas, salads, breads, meat and fish.

If you prefer your food a little spicier then book a table at Sea Spice in Aldeburgh. Taking lead from the ancient Spice Route and Aldeburgh’s historic role as a valued Tudor port, Sea Spice unites local Suffolk produce with classic Indian flavours originating over 4,000 miles away. Thali is served at lunch or why not try the Indian Sunday lunch featuring slightly spiced leg of lamb is slow roasted in a tandoor. 

For a true farm to fork experience, stop by the Blue Rabbit Smallholding and Cafe in Shottisham. After meeting the farm's inhabitants, stop by the cafe for coffee, cake, sandwiches and produce from the smallholding including bacon, sausages, eggs, salad, fruit, vegetables and home-made cakes.

Over the water now for the Boardwalk Restaurant on Southwold Pier. Whatever time of day, the views across the sea and around the idyllic coastal bay of Southwold are stunning from here. Hear the waves lapping beneath your feet as you tuck into a fabulous feast at lunchtime or dinner, there’s always fresh fish on the menu and a delightful range of platters to pick from.




Things to see and do

Adnams Brewery and Distillery Tours

Adnams Brewery and Distillery Tours

Fancy doing something a little bit different? Take a tour of the Adnams Sole Bay Brewery and Copper House Distillery in the heart of Southwold where Adnams have been brewing since 1872.

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WHERE TO EAT

Giardino Italian Restaurant

Giardino Italian Restaurant

When you’re in the mood for authentic Italian cuisine in a relaxing, beautiful atmosphere, stop by Giardino Italian Restaurant in Lowestoft.

The restaurant’s menu features a range of Italian style dishes, along with all of the hand-selected Italian beer, wine and coffee you might want to pair with your meal.

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Iconic

Iconic

Iconic Lowestoft’s aim is to provide an exciting and unique but relaxing and chilled experience for people to meet, chat, eat and drink.

Iconic's food menu is extensive and great value, and they have one of the largest choice of beers, ciders, spirits, wines and liqueurs in the area - with products from around the world including many from Suffolk!

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Martello's Café Bar & Restaurant

Martello's Café Bar & Restaurant

The Martello Coffee House offers a wide range of hot and cold food in a stunning location.

Martello's are proud to be a locally run, family-friendly restaurant serving up hot coffee, English breakfast and anything else you’re craving - in fact, they are known for having the best breakfasts in town! 

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Sgt. Peppers

Sgt. Peppers

Sgt. Peppers isn’t just somewhere to enjoy a great meal, it’s a restaurant to experience!

The spectacular food, the cool sounds of the 60’s, the warm and friendly service that makes you feel at home on your first visit, the pop and rock memorabilia clinging to the walls and ceilings, the bar that serves everything from muscadet and margaritas to beer and Black Russians... It all combines to create a vibrant atmosphere that gives Sgt. Peppers the sort of buzz that makes it a place you just have to go back to.

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The Thatch Restaurant & Coffee House

The Thatch Restaurant & Coffee House

Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner selections, The Thatch Restaurant & Coffee House is always serving up fresh food that you’ll love!

The Thatch offers a variety of hot and cold food and drinks including locally brewed real ales, lagers and wines, as well as fair trade cappuccinos, lattes, teas and soft drinks. 

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Lady of the Lake

Lady of the Lake

Lady of the Lake is a popular pub located in Oulton Broad offering a range of drinks including beers from local brewers, as well as lunchtime and evening meals.

The pub regularly provides live music and DJ's as well as quiz nights, live sport and traditional pub games. 

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No. 142 Café & Bar

No. 142 Café & Bar

No. 142 Café & Bar situated in Oulton Broad offers a fantastic range of hot and cold food and drink in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.

Whether you join them for breakfast, brunch, lunch or afternoon tea, you'll definitely be spoilt for choice!

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Coach and Horses

Coach and Horses

A fantastic in-town pub with a real country feel, The Coach and Horses in Melton is a lively pub with an atmosphere sure to draw you in; the low ceilings and open fireplace really adding to its sense of history. 

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The Copper Smokehouse

The Copper Smokehouse

The Copper Smokehouse in Oulton Broad specialises in delicious smoked food, created with passion and inspired by the fantastic flavours of the Deep South!

One of Suffolk's most exciting restaurants, The Copper Smokehouse takes great pride in delivering mouth watering meat, fish, vegetarian and vegan dishes for food lovers all over East Anglia.

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Tea By The Sea

Tea By The Sea

Tea By The Sea is a family owned & run tea rooms in Pakefield, Lowestoft.

Dine & drink in shabby chic surroundings with homemade cakes or savoury treats available to be washed down with a coffee or tea of your choice!

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Isaacs on the Quay

Isaacs on the Quay

Situated on the Ipswich Waterfront, Isaacs on the Quay's Grade I and Grade II* listed buildings offer something for everyone.

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Emmett's Stores

Emmett's Stores

Emmett's is the oldest artisan ham and bacon producer in the UK.

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Kingfishers at Cretingham Country Park

Kingfishers at Cretingham Country Park

The Country Park at Kingfishers is set in 120 acres of the stunning parkland, offering the best of the Suffolk Countryside. Kingfishers is the perfect place to relax and unwind and with a choice of eateries including the cafe, bar, outdoor and indoor seating areas or lakeside dining at the edges of the lake. 

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Sea Spice

Sea Spice

Sea Spice is situated in the heart of Aldeburgh. Taking its lead from the ancient Spice Route and Aldeburgh’s historic role as a valued Tudor port, Sea Spice unites local Suffolk produce with classic Indian flavours originating over 4,000 miles away. 

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The Maybush

The Maybush

The Maybush, voted one of Suffolk’s top riverside pubs, has become synonymous with providing excellent food at great value, in an unrivalled location.

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The Wilford Bridge

The Wilford Bridge

The Wilford Bridge is located at the head of navigation on the River Deben and only a short distance from one of Britain’s most important archeological sites, Sutton Hoo. Enjoy local history, take a river walk then come and make the most of this welcoming inn.

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Baileys Delicatessen

Baileys Delicatessen

Baileys Delicatessen, a market of fine foods & great coffee in the charming town of Beccles, is a perfect place to indulge no matter what time of day!

Count on their deli store for breakfast, lunch, dinner, afternoon tea, celebration cakes, takeaway foods, hampers & bespoke catering.

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The Ship Inn

The Ship Inn

Located in the small village of Levington, hidden next to St Peter’s church, on a vantage point overlooking the Orwell River, lies the Ship Inn.  The Grade 2 listed building dates back as far as the 14th century, and had its first license granted in 1712!

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The Swan

The Swan

Sitting in a pretty village on the northern outskirts of Ipswich, lies the Swan at Westerfield. The Swan was acquired in 2013 and has since built a reputation for providing excellent and imaginative food, in addition to a wide-ranging selection of drinks.

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The Fox Inn

The Fox Inn

Nestled in the heart of the idyllic Suffolk village of Newbourne sits the award-winning Fox Inn, voted as Suffolk’s Pub of the Year at the 2018 Eat Suffolk Food and Drink Awards. Upon arriving at The Fox an abundance of colour from the hanging baskets awaits, adorning the picture-postcard 16th century building.

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The Butt & Oyster

The Butt & Oyster

The Butt & Oyster is one of the best known public houses in Suffolk renowned for its good beer, good food and great views, situated in the hamlet of Pin Mill on the River Orwell. Let the sounds of the Orwell seduce you. Watch the changing tides on traditional timeless shores. 

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Lady Florence River Cruise Restaurant 

Lady Florence River Cruise Restaurant

Orford

Lady Florence River Cruise Restaurant provides a unique and exciting dining experience offering breakfast and a la carte lunch, supper and dinner cruises from Orford Quay, Suffolk.


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E W Revett & Son

E W Revett & Son

Quality butcher, baker, wine merchant and delicatessen in Wickham Market - famous for its award winning sausages.

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Suffolk Lunch

Suffolk Lunch

Suffolk Lunch curate exquisite foods from celebrated local producers and deliver them fresh to you. Enjoy the finest foods, beautifully boxed and hand-delivered to doorsteps in the Waveney Valley.

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Mark G

Mark G

Mark G is one of the best reasons to visit Lowestoft! Inspired by British and European influences & specialising in fish & seafood; Mark G uses local, rustic, seasonal and sustainable British ingredients, with menus created on a daily basis offering the freshest market dishes. 

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The Orwell Hotel

The Orwell Hotel

The Orwell Hotel offers a variety of dining options from formal to bar snacks and afternoon tea.

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Fen Farm Dairy 

Fen Farm Dairy

Beautiful handcrafted raw dairy products, made on the farm from the milk of the herd of happy Montbeliarde cows.

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Froize 

Froize

A rustic, rural restaurant close to the historic town of Woodbridge and delightful village of Orford, Froize is David Grimwood's delightful freehouse restaurant.

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The Castle Inn

The Castle Inn

The Castle Inn stands on a very historic spot at the entrance to Framlingham Castle and is the perfect stopping point to soak up the atmosphere of times gone by, historic characters, local folklore and legend.

The welcoming inn serves local Adnams ale and Aspall cider and have regular guest beers and great food - all within a friendly atmosphere.

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The Dancing Goat Cafe

The Dancing Goat Cafe

The Dancing Goat is ideally situated right in the centre of Framlingham in the market square.

Stop by and experience "the best coffee in Suffolk", along with a range of delicious paninis, cakes, pastries and drinks.

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The Station Hotel

The Station Hotel

The Station Hotel is a traditional pub in the ancient market town of Framlingham, offering good food, good ale and a great atmosphere.

Dine-in 7 days a week, or visit on Thursday, Friday or Saturday to enjoy one of their delicious Woodfired Pizzas!

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Watson and Walpole

Watson and Walpole

Watson and Walpole is a popular Neighbourhood Italian restaurant in Framlingham, serving authentic food in stylish surroundings with thoughtful service.

With menus changing monthly, why not join them from Tuesday to Saturday for a delicious lunch or dinner.

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The White Horse at Badingham

The White Horse at Badingham

The White Horse at Badingham is an old 15th-century coaching inn, with open fires, pan-tiled floors and exposed oak beams.

It is a delightful old village pub, which serves good home-cooked food in a cosy inn environment.

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The Wheatacre White Lion

The Wheatacre White Lion

The Wheatacre White Lion is a great family country pub, restaurant, bed and breakfast and caravan park set in picturesque surroundings just outside of Beccles, providing the perfect destination for a lazy Sunday roast, a midweek treat, or a delicious three-course meal.

Boasting a sophisticated bar area full of rural charm and character, a spacious dining room, and an inviting outdoor beer garden, this pub, bar, and restaurant is a great option, no matter what the occasion.

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The Fleece Inn Bungay

The Fleece Inn Bungay

The Fleece Inn has been providing a warm welcome to locals and visitors alike since the 15th century. 

Join them for a drink, a chat, or something good to eat. Serving specialty teas and coffees, a selection of delicious, well-priced wines and an exciting range of local ales, all to be enjoyed in the rear courtyard on sunny days or by the roaring fire in the bar when the frost has nipped your toes!

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Suffolk Stonehouse

Suffolk Stonehouse

Suffolk Stonehouse is a pizza specialist in the market town of Bungay who use local inspiration. They hand-make their dough daily, proving it in their Georgian cellar, then topping it and stone baking it at 300 degrees for you to eat in, collect or eat at home.

As well as the street-level restaurant, there is also a secret garden with small children’s play area outside and an atmospheric cellar space, perfect for a private party.

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Pump Street Chocolate Bakery and Cafe 

Pump Street Chocolate Bakery and Cafe

Pump Street Bakery is a small, family owned bakery and cafe in the village of Orford on Suffolk's Heritage Coast.

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Flora Tea Rooms

Flora Tea Rooms

Situated on the beach at Dunwich, Flora Tea Rooms is a hub for both locals and visitors to meet and enjoy a wide variety of refreshments.

Flora Tea Rooms is a ‘traditional’ fish and chip café that also offers an additional variety of delicious meals and snacks.

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Gracie's Kitchen

Gracie's Kitchen

Gracie's Kitchen is an industrial and rustic style kitchen in Leiston, serving freshly prepared meals, as well as a daily selection of tempting cakes and pastries.

Takeaway options, private functions and children's parties are also available.

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The Eel's Foot Inn

The Eel's Foot Inn

The Eel's Foot Inn, located in Eastbridge near Leiston, serves delicious food and drink in a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere with exceptional service.

The Eel's Foot Inn has a passion for quality, seasonal food, using produce from local suppliers wherever possible. With fresh fish delivered daily from Lowestoft, fruit, vegetables and meat sourced from Suffolk farms and eggs from the free-range chickens that wander the country lanes surrounding the village.

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Anchor Smokehouse

Anchor Smokehouse

Anchor Smokehouse is a family-run smokehouse in the heart of Lowestoft.

Visit their on-site shop selling fresh fish, smoked fish and shellfish, all at competitive prices. they also offer a delivery service on a Tuesday and Friday within 20 miles.

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The Food Hub Cookery School

The Food Hub Cookery School

Framlingham

Whether you are an amateur cook or a food enthusiast let these courses inspire you!

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The Waterfront Restaurant

The Waterfront Restaurant

The Waterfront Restaurant is a delightful restaurant perfectly positioned on Kessingland's heritage coastline with glorious views of one of Suffolk’s award-winning rural beaches.

You can always be assured of a very warm welcome and relaxed comfortable atmosphere in The Waterfront’s intimate, Mediterranean-style restaurant; serving an extensive menu of freshly prepared and locally sourced continental & modern English cuisine.

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The Poachers Pocket, Saxmundham

The Poachers Pocket, Saxmundham

The Poachers Pocket is a family-run free house in the village of Carlton in Saxmundham.

Enjoy a range of traditional pub food and drink as well as freshly made sourdough pizzas - all of which are available for takeaway.

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Cookhouse Restaurant at Suffolk Food Hall

Cookhouse Restaurant at Suffolk Food Hall

Ipswich

The Cookhouse Restaurant is a unique place to eat and drink whilst enjoying the panoramic views of the Orwell Estuary. 

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Theberton Lion

Theberton Lion

Dating from the early 19th century, the Theberton Lion is a Grade II listed pub at the centre of the tranquil Suffolk village of Theberton.

With an emphasis on local produce, the Theberton Lion Freehouse prides itself on the quality, authenticity and variety of the food and drink that it serves.

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Emmerdale Farm Shop

Emmerdale Farm Shop

Emmerdale Farm Shop, Butchery and Tea Rooms is situated just off the A12 near Yoxford, supplying all of your gastronomic goods whether it be for a hearty English breakfast on your weekend away, a dinner party for friends or a family barbeque.

At Emmerdale Farm Shop, they stock a wide variety of quality produce sourced locally and regionally.

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The Snug Tea Room

The Snug Tea Room

If you're visiting the charming village of Westleton on The Suffolk Coast, drop by The Snug Tea Room and indulge in homemade cakes, scones and afternoon tea in a cosy cafe environment.

The Snug Tea Rooms, which has both indoor and outdoor seating and is dog-friendly, also served a variety of hot and cold drinks including a range of speciality teas and coffee.

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Valley Farm Vineyards

Valley Farm Vineyards

Valley Farm Vineyards is an 8-acre site in Wissett that produces award-winning, vintage, single estate, elegant still and sparkling wines.

Whether you visit for a tour & tasting, embark on a local circular walk that incorporates the vineyard, or even stay on site in their unique cabin-in-the-vines, Valley Farm Vineyard definitely makes a contribution to Suffolk's outstanding food and drink scene.

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The Anchor Woodbridge

The Anchor Woodbridge

The Anchor is an 18th Century traditional quayside pub, sitting close to the station at the heart of the picturesque town of Woodbridge.

Join them inside or out, all year round and enjoy great beers with fantastic freshly prepared food, made using the finest local ingredients.

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The Galley

The Galley

The Galley is a family-run restaurant in the heart of Woodbridge, offering fine dining in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

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The Oyster Inn

The Oyster Inn

The Oyster Inn is a traditional village pub in Butley with good beer and great food.

Having undergone a recent refurbishment, you'll always be welcomed to a friendly atmosphere at The Oyster - whether you join them inside or out.

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Allen Gardiner River Cruise Restaurant 

Allen Gardiner River Cruise Restaurant

Ipswich

Allen Gardiner River Cruise Restaurant provides a unique and exciting dining experience offering breakfast and a la carte lunch, sunset supper or candlelit dinner cruises. 

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Spice Bar at The Table Woodbridge

Spice Bar at The Table Woodbridge

At the heart of Woodbridge since the 16th century, The Table has been looking after diners for over 50 years.

In the summer of 2021, the Spice Bar at The Table opened, bringing a modern twist to some classic authentic South East Asian food.

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The Bull Inn

The Bull Inn

As befitting a sixteenth-century tavern, The Bull Inn, perfectly situated in the centre of Woodbridge, focuses on traditional British favourites, using ingredients that are sourced from local Suffolk farms wherever possible.

Heavily influenced by New Zealand living, The Bull's restaurant and bar are open seven days a week and offer a great selection of locally sourced food, local ales and an extensive new world wine menu - all served with a little New Zealand flair!

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Christine's Patisserie and Tea Rooms

Christine's Patisserie and Tea Rooms

Christine’s, established in 2015, is based in the main shopping area of Woodbridge, serving locally sourced tea and coffee along with cakes and scones baked on site.  

The cafe also serves light lunches and breakfasts which can be enjoyed in one of the many rooms inside or in the beautiful garden.

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East Coast Diner & Bar

East Coast Diner & Bar

East Coast Diner & Bar is the place to go in Woodbridge for food, drinks and a good time!

Serving everything from artisan pizza, steak and burgers to salads and special dishes, as well as cocktails, milkshakes, beers, wine and even handmade Cuban cigars!

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King's Head, Woodbridge

King's Head, Woodbridge

The King's Head in Woodbridge in an Adnams pub with a cosy Barrack Room restaurant, serving real beer and real food with a real welcome.  

The inn strives to use local seasonal produce for its food and boasts an attractive beer garden.

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The Angel

The Angel

The Angel has always been an Inn, the earliest record of it is listed as 'well established in 1153' but the current 'new build' dates from 1678 when it was renamed 'The Angel' from its former name.

Its current custodians took over in September 2009 and have built an enviable reputation as Woodbridge's only fully independent free house, serving a good selection of craft & real ales, as well as the widest selection of gins served in East Anglia.

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Wild Strawberry Cafe

Wild Strawberry Cafe

The Wild Strawberry Cafe is a popular independent daytime coffee shop, cafe and meeting place in the attractive and picturesque east Suffolk market town of Woodbridge.

The Wild Strawberry's seasonal menu is prepared with carefully selected fresh local produce. Everything from their cakes and tray bakes to their sausage rolls and salad dressings are homemade, whilst also catering for those who are gluten and nut-free.

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Paul's Fish Box

Paul's Fish Box

Paul's Fish Box is a traditional family-run fishmonger based in Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

Paul's Fish Box specialises in providing the highest quality in local and seasonal produce throughout the year.

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The Red Lion

The Red Lion

The Red Lion in Woodbridge prides itself on catering to all needs, in a warm and welcoming environment.

The friendly staff will make sure the Red Lion feels like your home from home – serving you a fantastic drinks range and delicious food from their seasonal menu.

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Honey + Harvey

Honey + Harvey

Established in 2011, Honey + Harvey is an independent speciality coffee shop and brunch spot with two locations in Suffolk; Woodbridge and Melton.

The shop's founders had a huge passion for great local ingredients and wanted to bring these great flavours to the good people of Suffolk. In combination with a team of talented chefs, bakers and baristas, H+H has won multiple regional and national awards.

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Adnams

Adnams

Adnams - they're like a big breath of fresh, sea air.

They make amazing beers and spirits from grain-to-glass in their coastal home of Southwold.

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The Tea Hut

The Tea Hut

The Tea Hut cafe/restaurant sits on the banks of the beautiful River Deben in Woodbridge. 

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The Briarbank Bar & Brewery

The Briarbank Bar & Brewery

Set just moments from the elegant Ipswich Waterfront, The Briarbank Bar and Brewery is home to a microbrewery and first-floor bar. Providing a warm welcome to all, it's the perfect location to sample some local Suffolk beer, enjoy a relaxing drink and grab a bite to eat with friends and family. 

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The Sweffling White Horse 

The Sweffling White Horse

A traditional pub in the village of Sweffling near Saxmundham and East Anglia Pub of the Year 2015.

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The Crown and Castle 

The Crown and Castle

The Crown and Castle is situated in the stunning fishing village of Orford, surrounded by natural beauty and produce. The restaurant with rooms offers guests a very special experience, serving fantastic food in a characterful restaurant.

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Pinch

Pinch

A restaurant experience for you to finish at home. Pinch creates restaurant calibre meal-kits using the finest Suffolk produce. From Pump Street chocolate to the Maple Farm flour and eggs that make the pasta, there is much to celebrate on the Suffolk coast. Pre-order your Pinch box and collect from Maple Farm, Kelsale.

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Maple Farm Kelsale 

Maple Farm Kelsale

Maple Farm Kelsale's aim is to grow organic produce for local people to enjoy. They believe organic produce is better for us and better for the environment and tastes better too. Selling seasonal fruit and vegetables, the majority of which is grown at Maple Farm and harvested only hours before it goes onto the shelves.

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View Point Cafe

View Point Cafe

View Point Cafe is a modern and friendly cafe with both indoor and outdoor seating. Situated on the Landguard Peninsular, adjacent to the Port of Felixstowe on the Orwell estuary, the View Point Cafe absolutely lives up to its name.


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Vikings Bakehouse

Vikings Bakehouse

Coming soon to the Ipswich Waterfront is Vikings Bakehouse.

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East Coast Hampers

East Coast Hampers

Luxury Gift Hampers packed with the best artisan products Suffolk has to offer.

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The Unruly Pig 

The Unruly Pig

The Unruly Pig is a multi award winning 16th century Suffolk Inn offering exceptional food, great wines, craft beers and really friendly service in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. 

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Pinney's of Orford 

Pinney's of Orford

Established in 1959, Pinney's of Orford are a 3rd generation family run business that specialise in producing fine quality smoked products due to the experience and understanding that they have gained over the years in both fishing and smoking.

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Friday Street Farm Shop & Cafe Restaurant

Friday Street Farm Shop & Cafe Restaurant

Friday Street Farm is a thriving arable farm situated near to the quintessentially English seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold. 

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Flint Vineyard

Flint Vineyard

Flint Vineyard is set in a beautiful location overlooking the Waveney Valley, close to the bustling market town of Bungay.

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Southwold Pier - The Boardwalk, Beach Cafe and Clockhouse

Southwold Pier - The Boardwalk, Beach Cafe and Clockhouse

Southwold

Southwold Pier has a fabulous choice of restaurants and cafes to fill the gap from breakfast, through to morning coffee and pastries, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner!

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The Ufford Crown

The Ufford Crown

Woodbridge

The Ufford Crown is a Michelin recommended, family run pub and restaurant in the village of Ufford, near Woodbridge, run by Polly and Max Durrant and Head Chef Will Hardiman.

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The Little Ice Cream Company

The Little Ice Cream Company

Handmade luxury artisan ice cream made with milk from a local dairy herd.

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The Ramsholt Arms

The Ramsholt Arms

Woodbridge

The Ramsholt Arms is a popular riverside pub and dining room, situated on the banks of the river Deben. The pub is recommended in the Michelin guide and in July 2015 was voted one of the top 20 places to dine alfresco in the UK by the Sunday Times.

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The Crown Hotel Southwold

The Crown Hotel Southwold

Southwold

The Adnams Crown Hotel is situated in The High Street, in the heart of Southwold. The atmosphere is always buzzing with a lively informality.

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The Cross Keys

The Cross Keys

Delicious locally-sourced dishes and an award-winning range of Adnams beers, spirits and wines, The Cross Keys is an unmissable foodie bolthole in Aldeburgh.

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Eat at Snape Maltings

Eat at Snape Maltings

Snape

From light lunches with spectacular views to delicious pizza in the open-sided Tipi, there are plenty of places for you to eat at Snape Maltings.

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Café Bencotto

Café Bencotto

Café Bencotto is part of Yeo Group - a group of individual venues in Felixstowe. Offering Mediterranean style fayre, the sophisticated yet informal interior complements the food freshly prepared in the open plan kitchen.

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Ufford Park Woodbridge

Ufford Park Woodbridge

At Ufford Park, the experienced, well-trained chefs place great emphasis on quality local ingredients, always insisting on organically grown fruit and vegetables, beef, lamb, chicken, pork and game, where possible.

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Blue Rabbit Cafe & Smallholding

Blue Rabbit Cafe & Smallholding

Delicious home-grown, home-made food from the Blue Rabbit Smallholding in Shottisham - a farm to fork experience!

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Aldeburgh Fish & Chip Shop 

Aldeburgh Fish & Chip Shop

Traditional family run fish and chip shop since 1967, offering Cod, Haddock, Plaice, Scampi and more with chips made from locally sourced potatoes. Located a short walk from the beach to enjoy fish and chips 'The Aldeburgh Way'.

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The Alex Café Bar & Brasserie

The Alex Café Bar & Brasserie

The Alex Café Bar & Brasserie is part of Yeo Group - a group of individual venues in Felixstowe. Offering panoramic sea views, The Alex has a fabulous seafront setting just across from the promenade in Felixstowe where you can watch the world go by whilst enjoying great food and drink!

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The Ship at Dunwich

The Ship at Dunwich

Dunwich

There's plenty to enjoy on The Ship's menu, the food ethos is simple; good food, locally sourced, skilfully cooked and thoughtfully served. 

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The Sorrel Horse

The Sorrel Horse

The Sorrel Horse is a community-owned quintessential English country pub with tap drawn cask ales, thatched roof, tiled floors and an original bar billiards table.

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Salthouse Eaterie 

Salthouse Eaterie

The popularity of the waterside Eaterie makes it a destination for many Suffolk locals. The dishes are modern & always surprise with a curious twist of something deliciously different.

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The Five Bells Inn

The Five Bells Inn

The Five Bells offers a cosy and quiet base from which to explore Suffolk's beautiful coast and countryside. 

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The Queen's Head at Bramfield

The Queen's Head at Bramfield

A stunningly refurbished 16th century listed dining country pub, where dogs, children and muddy boots are all most welcome!

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The Dolphin Inn

The Dolphin Inn

At the heart of Thorpeness The Dolphin Inn enjoys a great reputation among the locals for food, drink and friendly service.

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The Galley Creamery and Deli

The Galley Creamery and Deli

Fabulous ice cream parlour and deli, creating the most divine flavours for you to try!

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The Swan Hotel

The Swan Hotel

Guests and non-residents can enjoy world-class food and award winning beer, wine and spirits, with Rory Whelan as Head Chef serving dishes championing local produce, with coastal charm. 

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The Bell at Sax

The Bell at Sax

Good food at a good price is what The Bell at Sax is known for! A welcoming restaurant where you can relax, whatever the occasion and not break the bank. A well-loved 'flexible friend', offering somewhere to celebrate with family and friends or equally, providing a bolthole to grab a bite to eat and escape the washing-up at home! 

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Fynn Valley Café  Terrace 

Fynn Valley Café Terrace

Fynn Valley Café Terrace is the place to be for a catch up with friends and family over some coffee and homemade cakes in the most beautiful surroundings. 

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The Westleton Crown

The Westleton Crown

Dunwich

The Westleton Crown believe that the very best tasting food is locally and responsibly grown. Head Chef, Kieren Drinkwater and his team pride themselves on their imaginative and varied menus. 

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The Sail Loft Cafe, Bar & Restaurant

The Sail Loft Cafe, Bar & Restaurant

The Sail Loft is all about simple, good food and the welcome of a great neighbourhood restaurant offering tasty food and drink worth travelling for. That means local, seasonal ingredients, an emphasis on taste and a relaxed, hearty menu!

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Brudenell Seafood & Grill

Brudenell Seafood & Grill

Aldeburgh

The Seafood & Grill restaurant has panoramic sea views from every table, with a décor inspired by the vibrant colours found on the Suffolk coast throughout the year. Featuring a fantastic sea facing terrace that makes for the perfect spot in the warmer months.

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Felixstowe Spa - The Lounge  & The Terrace

Felixstowe Spa - The Lounge & The Terrace

Two fabulous sea view venues in one stunning location! The Lounge is a first floor carpeted space with panoramic views of the sea, Felixstowe Pier and the maritime traffic to Harwich & Felixstowe Ports.


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Cream Tea Island at Southwold Boating Lake and Tearoom

Cream Tea Island at Southwold Boating Lake and Tearoom

Southwold

Inside, the tearoom can seat 40 people comfortably, with far more seating available outside. Families and friends can also hire the venue for birthday parties, anniversaries, mother and toddler groups, small wedding parties, wakes and coach parties.

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Green Dragon Free House & Brewery

Green Dragon Free House & Brewery

A friendly microbrewery and free house serving their own beers and a range of craft ales.

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The Parrot

The Parrot

Dating back to the 16th Century, The Parrot certainly has a lot of history. With its exposed solid oak beams, open fire, wonky walls and low ceilings, it oozes charm and character. 

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The Crown at Woodbridge

The Crown at Woodbridge

Woodbridge

Situated at the top of the bustling Thoroughfare, The Crown at Woodbridge celebrates stunning, local ingredients, bringing dishes to life in unique style, for feel good food with exquisite taste. Not forgetting the bar, serving all the favourites and speciality cocktails.

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The Jolly Sailors

The Jolly Sailors

The Jolly Sailors, is a landmark pub in Lowestoft, with amazing views of beautiful Pakefield beach.

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The Commodore

The Commodore

The Commodore is one of Lowestoft's most iconic pubs.  Located in Oulton Broad, on the edge of the gorgeous Norfolk Broads, the restaurant and bar boasts panoramic views over the water unlike any other establishment in the area.

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The Bell Inn - Carlton Colville

The Bell Inn - Carlton Colville

This little pub, based in Carlton Colville, Lowestoft, is full of warmth and character, packed with all its original charm alongside the Moss & Co signature style.

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The Village Maid

The Village Maid

The Village Mail is a country pub set in the idyllic village of Lound, near Lowestoft, with Moss & Co's signature style throughout, teamed with gorgeous country accents.

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The Angel Inn

The Angel Inn

Welcome to Moss & Co's latest venture, The Angel Inn, their cosy pub with rooms in the heart of the village of Wangford, just 4 miles from Southwold on the Suffolk coast.

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Graze at The White Horse

Graze at The White Horse

A stylish cafe, bar and grill in the heart of Beccles, serving cuisines from round the world. From Mexican to Malaysian, Turkish to American, the taste and variety on offer is second to none.

There's also a wide variety of cocktails, wines and gins, spirits and beers to enjoy in stylish surroundings.

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The Bell Inn

The Bell Inn

The Bell is a home from home with no shortage of Suffolk character - beamed ceilings, open fires, quirky snugs, hidden alcoves and worn flagstones floors. 

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Quaff East Coffee

Quaff East Coffee

Quaff East Coffee is a new cafe in the historic town of Beccles. Serving a range of freshly ground coffee to buy plus a variety of coffees, hot chocolates and tea alongside a delicious selection of freshly made bagels, cakes, pastries.

Choose to sit in with a magazine or paper or take-out and explore. 

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Sole Bay Inn

Sole Bay Inn

Sitting under the Southwold Lighthouse, a stones throw from Adnams Brewery, the Sole Bay Inn is a great little seaside pub nestled in the heart of this popular and beautiful Suffolk town.

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Vela Art Gallery

Vela Art Gallery

Vela Art Gallery is a new art gallery and cafe bar on Saxmundham High Street, providing a gemütliche (cosy) atmosphere to enjoy art, German food, German beer and artisan coffee.

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The King's Head

The King's Head

Situated in the market town of Beccles, The King's Head Hotel houses a Wetherspoons pub offering fantastic value breakfast, lunch & dinner options, as well as a fantastic range of world beers and much-loved spirits. 

The building itself has served visitors to the town for centuries and, following an extensive refurbishment, is all set to embark on an exciting new era!

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The Locks Inn

The Locks Inn

The Locks Inn is a historic pub situated in Geldeston near Beccles that is owned, run by and for the community. 

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The Harbour Inn

The Harbour Inn

Right on the water’s edge, The Harbour Inn in Southwold is a proper old Fisherman’s pub - warm, workmen-like and wonderfully buzzy, with nautical charm in abundance. 

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Yurt Café Organics

Yurt Café Organics

Yurt Café Organics, nestled in the splendid surroundings of Potton Hall Spa, is the home of tasty, nutritious, organic meals served with gratitude and a smile.

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The Hog Hotel

The Hog Hotel

A spacious restaurant, bar and conservatory with a super garden at The Hog Hotel.

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Wine Vaults Bar & Restaurant

Wine Vaults Bar & Restaurant

Beccles’ friendliest Bar & Restaurant warmly invites you to eat, drink and relax in spectacular settings.

Their traditional bar with its roaring log fire in the winter, deftly juggles drinking and dining with real ales, premium lagers, as well as Guinness and Aspall Suffolk cider. If you do not have the time to experience their great restaurant food then you can enjoy bar snacks, as well as coffee and tea.

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Twyfords Cafe

Twyfords Cafe

Twyfords Cafe is open daily from 8am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday, where you can Eat In or Dine Out in their Garden – no need to book.

Or, if you’re looking to takeaway, then their delicious Food & Drink from their Craft Bakery & Roastery are available with their TAKEOUT MENU on offer daily.

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Earsham Street Café

Earsham Street Café

At Earsham Street Café you are sure of a friendly welcome, quality meals and delicious cakes, scones and teas.

Nestling in the centre of historic Bungay, Earsham Street Café is a 17th century building bursting with character.

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St Peter's Hall & Brewery

St Peter's Hall & Brewery

St Peter's Brewery is a craft brewery in the heart of Suffolk. Brewing award winning beers since '96.

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Cleone's Italian Restaurant

Cleone's Italian Restaurant

Cleone's Italian Restaurant - named after the original Maitre D' - was established at The Angel in Halesworth in the Spring of 1995. 

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