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1) Genevieve


Fornham St. Martin, Bury St. Edmunds, IP28 6JQ View Map


Tel:01284 706777

Situated upstairs in the Suffolk Hotel, Genevieve is a welcoming restaurant serving a range of British classics in informal, modern surroundings. This comfortable contemporary hotel, set on the rural outskirts of Bury St. Edmunds, is an ideal spot for a relaxed meal with friends and family, or simply unwinding after a round of golf on the hotel's championship course.

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2) Hotel Elizabeth Orwell


Hamilton Road, Felixstowe, IP11 7DX View Map


Tel:08701 162715

At the heart of the seaside resort of Felixstowe lies the handsome Orwell Hotel, originally a private property built for Lord Tollemarch in 1898. The hotel's spacious Westerfield's restaurant has an elegant traditional charm, with wood panelling and low-hanging chandeliers. Brasserie classics fill the menu, accompanied by a well-chosen wine list. More informal meals are served in the relaxed surroundings of Abigail's Buttery.

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3) The Auberge


Ipswich Road, IP23 8BZ, IP23 8BZ View Map


Tel:01379 783604

The Auberge is a family-run hotel in the small rural village of Yaxley in north Suffolk. Midway between Ipswich and Norwich, this historic building presents the perfect stopping place for visitors to East Anglia. The traditional beamed restaurant has a warm, intimate atmosphere, serving a concise menu of European cuisine and British favourites.

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Type:International

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4) The Cafe at Brovey Lair


Carbrooke Road, Ovington, IP25 6SD View Map


Tel:01953 882706

Hidden away in the depths of Norfolk, the Café at Brovey Lair is a critically acclaimed restaurant serving a seductive menu of fusion cuisine. The sleek, uncluttered dining space puts the focus firmly on the intricate four-course set menu, tailored around each diner's food preferences with a bias towards fish and seafood. Signature dishes display an inventive blend of Asian and Mediterranean flavours: examples include teppanyaki monkfish medallions on squid ink noodles and fillets of wild sea bass in kaffir lime and coconut marinade with Nanjing black rice.

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Type:Seafood

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5) The Crown Hotel


Crown Road, Mundford, IP26 5HQ View Map


Tel:01842 878233

In the charming village of Munford on the outskirts of Norfolk's Thetford Forest, The Crown Hotel is an engaging local hotel with a friendly atmosphere and a menu full of honest British food. Once a hunting inn, and later an occasional magistrate's court, it now houses the comfortably decorated Old Court restaurant together with a cosy traditional bar stocked with real ales.

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6) The King James Restaurant


King Street, Thetford, IP24 2AZ View Map


Tel:01842 754455

A thriving local inn since the 15th century, The Bell Hotel in Thetford is a popular spot with locals, visitors and, if you believe the stories, one or two ghosts. The hotel retains much of its original character, and the warm and welcoming restaurant serves a menu as heartily British as its surroundings. House specialities include mouth-watering venison medallions with a vintage port and blackberry sauce.

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7) Tootsies


Parkway, Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 3BA View Map


Tel:01284 753013

Tootsies is a family-friendly chain of restaurants across the UK, serving something for everyone with a menu of brasserie-style staples such as gourmet burgers, steaks, sandwiches and salads. This buzzy Bury St Edmunds branch with its nautical décor and leather booths is conveniently located next to Cineworld in the Parkway shopping centre. Small outdoor terrace for summer dining.

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8) Ye Olde Bell and Steelyard


103 New Street, Woodbridge, IP12 1DZ View Map


Tel:01394 382933

The oldest pub in Woodbridge, Ye Olde Bell and Steelyard is an attractive 16th-century inn with a hearty line in real ales and traditional British cooking. An extensive menu of home-cooked dishes makes use of local Suffolk produce to create well-loved favourites such as steaks, casseroles, sausages and mash and fish pie. The cosy interior and friendly local crowd add to the congenial and welcoming ambience.

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9) Brasserie Chez Gérard - Bury St. Edmunds


35-36 Abbeygate Street, Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 1LW View Map


Tel:01284 756260

Centrally located in the heart of historic Bury St. Edmunds, Brasserie Chez Gérard is a bright and airy all-day restaurant with a smart menu of French brasserie classics. Banquette seating and well-spaced tables add to the relaxed, continental vibe, complete with an enclosed outdoor terrace for al fresco dining. The menu ranges from Gallic favourites such as steak-frites and fish cakes to more exotic flavours like Moroccan tagines and Cajun chicken burgers.

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10) La Tasca - Bury St. Edmunds


21 Abbeygate Street, Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 1UN View Map


Tel:01284 701011

Fun and friendly La Tasca offers a taste of traditional Spanish cuisine and décor in its chain of tapas restaurants that stretch across the UK. This Bury St. Edmunds branch has the same mellow tones and candle-lit tables as its siblings, with a generous tapas menu (plus a few paella dishes to share) and plenty of sangria and San Miguel (imported from Spain) behind the bar.

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