Review on The Cadogan
The Cadogan is a smart, historical family friendly pub in the small village of Ingham, located just six miles north of Bury St Edmunds on the A134. Inside it still serves as a local watering hole with a welcoming bar, complete with comfy leather sofas and chairs set in front of a cosy open fire in winter. Leading off from the bar is the light and airy dining room featuring a contemporary décor with French windows to the decked al fresco area, which is very popular during the summer months. Children are made welcome with their own menu, an outdoor play area and they can have fun feeding the free-roaming chickens with the seed supplied.
The restaurant has been awarded a prestigious AA Rosette for its food showcasing traditional British classics and daily signature dishes, with the kitchen making excellent use of the abundant supplies from local farmers and producers. Menus change regularly but typical dishes that appear could be potted goose, redcurrant and orange compote served with toast or home cured salmon gravlax, horseradish cream and buttermilk pancakes. When it comes to main courses there's Bythburgh pork medallions, bubble and squeak with cider and mushroom sauce or fish fans will enjoy the baked hake fillet, thyme crust, crushed new potatoes and spinach. To finish who could resist chocolate doughnuts and chocolate sauce or the fine apple tart paired with cinnamon ice cream.
The food is supported by a carefully chosen wine list offering good value for money as well as real ales such as Brewshed pale ale, brewed by their sister micro brewery. The Cadogan has seven rooms should you wish to stay and explore the area further.
The Cadogan is also featured in: AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Gastro pub / Modern British
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 7.30 - 9.00am (8.30 - 10.00am Sat & Sun)
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.30pm (All day Sun until 8.30pm)
Dinner: 6.00 - 9.30pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card