Find this thatched pub/restaurant in this picturesque Tudor village in the heart of the Suffolk countryside. Inside youll find exposed beams, bare boards and tables.
Chef/proprietor Nigel Ramsbottom sources nearly all his produce locally and fish is particular strong point. Dishes are displayed on a blackboard.
Starters include the likes of Crispy Peking Duck Salad with Hoi Sin Sauce; Roast Red Pepper filled with Goats Cheese and Pesto on a Garlic Bruschetta and Home-Cured Gravadlax with a Dill and Mustard Mayonnaise.
While Braised Lamb Knuckle with a Puy Lentil Sauce on Mash with Buttered Broad Beans; Whole Roast Sea Bass with Ginger and Coriander Butter with Mixed Leaves and New Potatoes and Char-Grilled Fillet Steak, on Buttered Spinach, Whole Grain Mustard Sauce, with Hand-Cut Chips set the style for mains.
If you still have room, you might be tempted by Pannacotta with Red Fruits and Grappa; Iced Brandy Mousse or their Glazed Lemon Tart.
- Food Style: Best Pubs for Food
- Lunch: Tues-Sun 12.00-14.00; set L £14.95 (2 courses), £17.95 (3 courses). mains about £14 to £20
- Dinner: Tues-Sun (closed Sun during winter months) 19.00-21.00; mains about £14 to £20
- Seats: 40, plus 20 outside
- Wine: an interesting list kicks off at around the £14 mark, and includes a good selection by the glass
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Nearest station: Sudbury Rail
- Directions: See the map on this page
- Closed: all Mon; 25th & 26th Dec; 1st Jan