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Pubs and Restaurants in Suffolk. Suffolk is filled with fantastic Gastro pubs, traditional Suffolk pubs and amazing restaurants set in beautiful Suffolk villages. You can try fine dining to good hearty pub food with fine wines or local ales brewed on site. To find the best pubs and restaurants around you our What To Do in Suffolk guide will list them in order of their distance from your location in Suffolk.

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Suffolk Feast: One County, Twenty Chefs

Suffolk Feast: One County, Twenty Chefs

Suffolk chefs and Suffolk produce are at the heart of a substantial new cookbook which has just been published, called Suffolk Feast: One County, Twenty Chefs written by local food writers Glyn Williams and Tessa Allingham. A paragraph in the introductory text sums up the essence of this book: “Suffolk Feast weaves many foodie strands…

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The Clock Chimes Six Bells

Six Bells, Preston St Mary, Suffolk (web)

A Grade II listed Suffolk brewery has reopened as an exciting new gastropub in Preston St Mary, near Lavenham.  The Six Bells, a stunning boutique pub and dining room set in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, has received a makeover by London operator ETM Group (The Gun, The Jugged Hare, The Botanist) and its…

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The Black Lion Long Melford

The Black Lion Long Melford

      Long Melford is one of Suffolk’s famous and picturesque Medieval Villages. As well as the longest High Street for a Village in England it also has a wonderful ‘Wool’ Church and was the film location base for the well known TV series ‘Lovejoy’ all about the roguish Antique dealing detective. The village…

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The Swan Long Melford

The Swan Long Melford

     Long Melford is a charming village to visit with its long Medieval High Street: reputed to be the longest village High Street in England. The village was home to the TV series Lovejoy the antique dealing and somewhat roguish detective, hence the good antique hunting to be had here. And what better after all…

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The Ram, Hadleigh

The Ram, Hadleigh

       A lovely pub to visit if you want somewhere a little bit special and a really good meal. This pub has a classic contemporary feel but manages to still be very cosy with a nice open fire and comfy armchairs. I had an excellent meal there and there was a good selection of…

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