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4 based on 353 reviews
Traditional and independent public house with restaurant and bar. Family and dog friendly. Vegan, vegetarian and free-from friendly. Outdoor seating at front, secluded garden at rear with children's play area. Wood-fired pizzas in the summer months. Voted
Our girls night get together was mid week but I thought Iâd book just in case and it was a good move as they were nearly full. Two of us had the steak night specials, I had bavette cooked rare, my friend had fillet medium/well done. Friend no 3 had confit duck and no 4 had the seared tuna. We all enjoyed our food, all felt it was very good quality and cooked really well. Friend no 4 is gluten intolerant and she was spoiled for choice. The staff are really friendly and thereâs a nice atmosphere in the dining area. The pub Labrador came round towards the end of the evening (as usual we were the last to leave) to see us. A lovely evening.
4 based on 435 reviews
The Ufford Crown is owned and run by Max Durrant and Polly, with Polly's brother who is the Chef, Will Hardiman. We pride ourselves on our food and wines.Max has managed numerous pubs in London and the Home Counties before taking over The Crown with his v
The restaurant was very busy, but this did not affect the service.I had crab linguini for starters (delicious) followed by roast beef, which was very tender. Large Yorkshire pudding and fresh vegetables.The food was a good standard and the menu was varied and interesting.The pub has a lovely atmosphere and the staff were very friendly. We will definitely visit again.
4 based on 319 reviews
found by chance when staying nearby. Had evening meal, quality was top notch portion size was perfect. Plenty of choice on the menu to suit all tastes. The two young ladies covering the bar and food service were very polite and helpful without being overly attentive.
4 based on 1118 reviews
We come here for special occasions with my elderly parents who live in the area. Always good food, friendly and relaxing atmosphere, coupled with great views across the river.This Saturday was no exception.There was some small confusion recourse booking with the young waitress when we entered but this was resolved within a couple of minutes by the manager.Service and quality was spot on.With small children some pubs can be stuffy and condescending, but not here, reinforcing our great opinions of the Maybush.If you have the energy after a good meal walk down the path by the river for great views and watching the world sail by!
4 based on 708 reviews
I went to the restaurant having read the menu online and worked out that I could only have the ham and eggs. Then upon arrival discovered the double asterix meant gluten free version of the meal was available. Being unable to have dairy or gluten, I was able to have the fish and chips, plus, there was an amazing pudding too. I was too full but had it anyway as puddings like that for me are few and far between!!
4 based on 981 reviews
has been closed for a while but recently reopened, completely refurbished. Part of the Deben Inns group
I liked everything about this pub. Plenty of parking, easy access for disabled people, no background music (which can be very difficult for autistic people and those with hearing difficulties), and a menu with enough variety to tempt both my husband and my daughter, who have very different tastes. The crowning glory for me was steamed suet steak pudding - a proper old British favourite and something I hardly ever see. It came with beautifully cooked veg and new potatoes and was delicious.The staff were friendly and efficient, the beer seemed well kept, the loos were spotless... I only wish I lived near enough for it to be my local.
4 based on 339 reviews
David Grimwood's delightful Free-house Restaurant, serving delicious rustic food in a rather charming, slightly old fashioned way!
Lovely buffet of well cooked seasonal dishes including great veggie options too.Dishes like deviled kidneys, cod and macaroni, venison pie, mushroom stroganoff, quail and ravioli. All well cooked and fresh as a daisy.Super friendly chef who wasnt shy of portion size and letting you try multi dishes.Buffet is Â£18.50 all desserts are Â£6.50 and include panacota, bread and butter pudding and profiterolls.Only a couple of small improves to mention, long queue at the bar (but they did have a large coach party in), slow at taking plates away and flies in the dining room (difficult to sort this I understand in summer)
4 based on 152 reviews
British food with a Mediterranean flair offered by our Spanish chef from Zaragoza, working in conjunction with our talented British chef, creating that perfect fusion of ideas to tantalise one's taste buds!
We thought we would spend our anniversary in what looks like a lovely pub. Staff are lovely, so friendly and really can't do enough for you. But the menu is awful so pretentious please remember you are a village pub not a restaurant in London, really wanted a starter but even me the least fussy eater on the planet couldn't pick off this menu. We ordered what I thought was basis easy to cook food. How wrong I was burger was raw in the middle and fish was over cooked and dry. What a waste of money. Swan sort out your menu and then try cooking it better. 5 stars for staff 1 star for foodDear Diyqueen,Thanks for your review, and for complimenting our front of house Team which is sincerely appreciated.We are sorry that you did not enjoy your meal or anniversary celebrations with us. I must confess to being totally and abjectly bemused by your comments regarding the menu. I cannot understand how simple ingredients such as mussels, chicken in a roulade and soup can ever be deemed more significant than they actually are? Neither can I begin to understand the relevance of a restaurant in London and a pub in Suffolk? Does one surmise that aiming for high standards in service and quality of produce is uncalled for in Suffolk, if that is the case then I must firmly disagree. To conclude, I have recently returned from a business trip in South Africa and noticed a billboard outside a coffee shop in Franchoek which stated "Come in and try the worst coffee one reviewer on Trip Advisor had in her life!" perhaps we should do the same with our Menu! I am sorry that our establishment was not for youRegardsGary
4 based on 461 reviews
Lovely pub in a beautiful village. Food all home cooked and it showed. I enjoyed the mackerel pate with IPA bread and also served Louise's soda bread, divine! Main was confit of duck served with pak choi and sweet potato mash, finished with pistachio ice cream and home made shortbread. Service, ambience and prices brilliant. A real find, will be back!
4 based on 441 reviews
The Turks Head is a traditional pub and dining room. We serve excellent ales. We have an extensive wine list and a large selection of gins, with a dining room serving wonderful local seasonal produce. We are in the Good Food Guide. We welcome dogs in our
This is a beautiful pub, offering superb food and fantastic service for a very fair price. Went at the weekend for a birthday meal and all of us were very impressed. Three courses for Â£25 with a lovely selection of starters. I had pakora and would have that again. We all had a roast for main, loads of veg and the beef was cooked to perfection. Desserts were delicious, with plenty of tasty options. All the staff were very friendly and accommodating to our needs, which made the visit all the more enjoyable. Cannot wait to go back! Dear Judge21uk,Thank you very much for your comments.We are very proud of our Sunday roast, using the finest local ingredients and I'm really pleased that you enjoyed it.We look forward to seeing you again soon.All the bestJemima
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