Best places to eat in Suffolk | Suffolk and Essex Lifestyle News


PUBLISHED: 19:00 08 January 2019

The tasting platter starter at Montaz - beautifully presented and a good range of tastes, if a little small. Picture: MARK HEATH

The tasting platter starter at Montaz – fantastically offered and an excellent vary of tastes, if just a little small. Picture: MARK HEATH

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Our reviewers picked among the greatest places to eat in Suffolk and North Essex.


Every week we eat out approach round Suffolk and north Essex looking for culinary greatness – be it a café that does the perfect fry-up, to high-quality eating with aptitude. Here are a few of our prime picks from final 12 months. Here’s to 2019!

Flitch of Bacon, Great Dunmow

Our reviewer visited simply earlier than this place gained its first Michelin star and discovered a “superb” menu and “faultless” cooking with none pretention. Stand out plates have been Cornish monkfish “what a dish” with salty brown shrimps and buttery potatoes, and the signature Flitch of Bacon – maple glazed bacon, sautéed Orkney scallop, cauliflower 3 ways and compressed apple.

Montaz, Newmarket

While it seems unassuming outdoors, this Indian restaurant greater than delivered inside the place it was something however run-of-the-mill. Reportedly one among chef Daniel Clifford’s favorite places to eat, the menu is crammed with home specialities, together with our reviewer’s fantastically spiced venison with asparagus. The home made desserts have been equally good and vary from samosas crammed with chocolate to honey and Malteser cheesecake.

Arlingtons, Ipswich

New possession of this place has been like a breath of contemporary air. The tapas-style menu is crammed with native substances and takes in flavour mixtures from internationally. You can actually inform the kitchen group cares. We tried a really fascinating salad of chestnuts, roasted squash, seeds and leaves in an distinctive rosehip dressing, vodka cured salmon, and fabulous Suffolk lamb Kashmiri-style biryani, filled with complete spices.

The Fox, Newbourne

What an amazing little pub – no marvel it gained Best Pub in the Eat Suffolk Food and Drink Awards. From the bustling environment (no imply feat in a village setting) to swift service and extremely beneficiant parts, this was every thing you desire a nation pub to be. Highlights have been a meltingly smooth smoked salmon Scotch egg, correct recreation suet pudding with lashings of gravy, and a burger which was a lower above the remaining.

Casa, Bury

Some of the perfect service we had final 12 months. Really partaking. Great menu data. Nothing an excessive amount of bother. Many of the dishes have been vegan, vegetarian or gluten-free or may very well be simply tailored. We swooned over tender squid cooked with chorizo and garlic, smoky baba ganoush topped with pomegranate seeds, tempura halloumi drizzled with a tart glaze, and a decadent vegan passionfruit and coconut cheesecake.

The Six Bells, Preston St Mary

Our reviewer adored the bucolic setting of this pub, surrounded by wonderful strolling nation. A lower above the remaining for a pub, the meal included complete mini loaves of bread with two kinds of butter (one was crammed with pork crackling), a fish soup brimming with fish fillet, octopus and samphire, 35-day aged Longhorn beef charred to perfection, and a delightfully tangy gooseberry custard tart.

Alaz, Sudbury

A relative newcomer to Sudbury we discovered an trustworthy heat and generosity of spirit right here. Genuine service with a smile. Food cooked over coals proper in the restaurant as you watch. Authentic flavours. Recommendations embody a dip of walnuts, peppers, pomegranate molasses and feta, and the gavurdagi salatsai salad – merely one of many best possible salads we’ve eaten in a restaurant. The bulghur ‘rice’ with vermicelli, toamtoes, bulghur, onions, aubergines and herbs may very well be a dish in its personal proper.



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