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.

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