If you’re a bit of a ‘foodie’ then The Suffolk Food Hall located in Wherstead near Ipswich will not leave you feeling disappointed… with everything you’d expect from a large farm shop and more.
The 10 year Champion of Champions for Local Food (Countryside Alliance rural ‘Oscars’) you will find a restaurant (booking advisable) which has been judged to be the Best On Farm Restaurant in Britain and separate café with a children’s play area. 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.
Located between Aldeburgh and Southwold and close to Snape, Friday Street Farm Shop and Cafe site hosts an in-store fishmongers and butchery, a cafe, PYO fruit and a large home store which stocks a mix of well known brands, new designers and local craft and giftware producers, plus gardening products and Salters nutritional dog food.
Pay a visit to the oldest artisan ham and bacon producer in the UK and pay a visit to Emmett's Stores in Peasenhall near Saxmundham. Along with their famous Suffolk Black ham many other flavours of ham are available along with bacon and a wide range of natural and delicious food products.
Wickham Market is home to E.W. Revett & Son, where you can buy all you need for your summer BBQ or if you prefer seafood to meat, a visit to Pinneys of Orford is a must! Here you can buy freshly caught and smoked fish and stock up on home produced cooking such as crab cakes, potted crabs or angels on horseback. Whilst in Orford, don't forget to stop by the iconic Pump Street Bakery for delicious baked goods, coffee and artisan chocolate!
Or if you prefer to dine in style in the comfort of your own home, order meal-box from Pinch, who create restaurant calibre meal-kits for you to finish at home all made the finest Suffolk produce.