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Restaurants in Suffolk

Suffolk's lifeblood was once the herring industry and the county's coastline facing the North Sea ensures that its restaurants are seldom short of fish. Lowestoft is the main port, but small places like Aldeburgh and Southwold also contribute local catches.

Free-range Suffolk pigs are starting to make a name for themselves and sweet-cured bacon and hams are delicacies that often turn up on restaurant and pub menus.

Suffolk also has some fine independent breweries, cider-makers and small vineyards providing tipples for its eating places.

The Suffolk Restaurant Guide
  
The Shepherd & Dog - Stowmarket
It has been given a thorough facelift, complete with stripped pine tables, sofas for chilling out, a new contemporary dining room with a horse racing theme and a pleasant terrace
  
Regatta - Aldeburgh
A fixture of the Aldeburgh scene since 1992, the menu majors in spanking fresh fish
  
Scutchers - Long Melford
It's spacious, open-plan and thoroughly agreeable; the kitchen deals is modern bistro-style cooking with an upbeat, eclectic edge and a keen eye for ingredients from near and far
  
The Great House - Lavenham
A little pocket of France in Suffolk is how Regis and Martine Crépy describe The Great House
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Aldeburgh Assington Beccles
Bildeston Bungay Bury Saint Edmunds
Cavendish Fressingfield Halesworth
Ipswich Lavenham Lidgate
Long Melford Lowestoft Monks Eleigh
Nayland Newmarket Orford
Somerleyton Southwold Stoke by Nayland
Stowmarket Tuddenham Walberswick
Westleton Woodbridge Yaxley
Yoxford


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