A good neighbourhood restaurant, also offering comfortable bedrooms.
They make a point of listing the total food miles of each dish served, and certainly they have done their homework by sourcing an impressive list of local produce. Many of the items including breads, chutneys and bacon are produced in-house.
An early autumn snapshot brought 'Pan-fried Scallops with Apple & Chili'; 'Homemade Black Pudding Four Ways'; 'Venison Liver Parfait with Melba Toast & White Onion Chutney' and 'Mushroom & Blue Cheese Tart Tatin with Truffle Oil' among the starters.
'Blythburgh Belly Pork with Fondant Potato & Creamed Savoy Cabbage'; 'Game Pie'; 'Monkfish & Autumn Vegetable Broth' and 'Slow-cooked Shin of Beef in a Red Wine Sauce, Smoked Potato & Marrowbone' listed among the main courses.
Try to leave room for desserts, such as 'Bread & Butter Pudding with Marmalade Ice Cream' or 'Caramel Pannacotta' while those with a more savoury tooth will enjoy their selection of local cheeses.
- Food Style: Modern British
- Lunch: Tues-Sun 12.00-14.30, mains about £11 to £23; set L from £12.50 (2 courses)
- Dinner: Tues-Sun 19.00-21.30, mains about £16 to £24
- Seats: 50, plus 30 outside
- Wine: a well-thought-out list, kicks off at around the £17 mark
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Directions: See the map at the top of the page
- Closed: all Mon, 25th Dec, 2 weeks Jan.
- Outside eating
- Rooms available