Review on The Packhorse Inn
The Packhorse Inn, a former Green King pub called the King's Head re-opened in October 2013 after a £500,000 refurbishment, located in the pretty Suffolk Village of Moulton overlooking the village green. The venue takes its name from the adjacent famous 15th century packhorse bridge that spans the River Kennett. The interiors now feature a series of interconnecting stylish rooms using muted colours with eye-catching accessories, creating an elegant and relaxed atmosphere, whilst retaining the character of the original building.
On offer there might be seared scallops with cumin, crispy chicken wings, cauliflower purée and English apple, following by a main course of breast of local chicken and lobster tail, roasted with cocotte potatoes, baby vegetables and a chicken and lemon cream. Bringing up the rear are desserts in the shape of home-baked doughnuts with a choice of custard, apple purée or chocolate sauce or maybe a lovely traditional apple and cinnamon crumble served with home-made ice cream.
During winter months there are two cosy fireplaces and in summer guests can dine al fresco in the garden. Whether you are popping in for just a drink or a leisurely meal, everyone including children and dogs are ensured a warm welcome and if you want to extend your stay there are four charming bedrooms available. The restaurant is the recipient of three rosettes from the AA Restaurant Guide.
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Gastro pub / Modern European
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 8.00 - 11.00am