Review on The Case Restaurant with Rooms
The Case Restaurant with Rooms is a family-run establishment just a few miles from Sudbury, set on the A134 on the outskirts of the pretty village of Assington mentioned in the Domesday Book. The building can trace its history back to the 1700's whilst the interiors have been completely refurbished following the devastation of being flooded some years ago. Now the beamed dining room decked out in a palette of cream and chocolate with exposed brick walls, sports a modern but cosy décor featuring high-backed leather chairs and black ash tables. Towards the rear of the restaurant a conservatory area overlooks the lovely countryside and provides more relaxed dining, or is handy for private parties.
Chef/patron Barry Kappes dons the whites in the kitchen producing dishes with British and European influences making excellent use of locally sourced produce, while his wife provides exemplary service with a warm and personal touch. Seasonal menus may offer a starter of salmon gravlax, home cured with caramel and vanilla vodka, served with mustard and dill dressing or the ever popular mini beef wellington, made with chef's pate and port sauce reduction. Main courses embrace seared swordfish steak with sweet potato mash, pak choi and red mojo sauce or for meat lovers there's marinated lemon chicken with Israeli cous cous and avocado salsa. When it comes to desserts you can choose something from the cabinet such as choux bun filled with fresh fruit and vanilla patisserie custard or a hot dessert of apple tart from the kitchen.
There are seven stylish rooms available should you wish to extend your stay and make the most of this scenic area.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm Wed-Sun
Dinner: 6.30 - 9.00pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express