Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Kessingland including Sailors Home, The Jolly Sailors, The Bell Inn, Livingstone's Freehouse and Restaurant, JOJO'S Kitchen & Bar, The Harbour Inn, Iconic, The Commodore, The Trowel and Hammer
4 based on 144 reviews
We stayed in Pakefield, Lowestoft for a long weekend, the squeeze and I, mainly to be close enough to visit some relatives that live a little way down the A12. This was as near as dammit, and having visited the Trowel and Hammer for a few drinks, and then that evening had a meal, was glad we were there. The squeeze had the usual Scampi, which was a very full plate, and I had a Gammon steak. When the plate turned up, I could not believe the size of the steak! It must have been a good 3/4" thick and almost the size of the plate! Cooked to perfection and all the trimmings, egg, pineapple piece, chips and salad. Absolutely marvellous! The beer we had was good and cold, fresh glasses every time. the barlass was very happy, chatty and helpful. All in all great place to go to, if you are stopping nearby, or to visit if ever passing by.
4 based on 365 reviews
The Commodore Serving Food - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday - 12 - 8 Thursday, Friday, Saturday - 12 - 9
what a beautiful spot, possibly one of the best locations for a pub i have ever known, just a shame about the pub itself. it is not terrible but if it was not for the view it is not somewhere i would go.the bitter was much to cold, such a shame to have a nice pint of local bitter be ruined by not being kept at the correct temperature, the food we had was ok it was basically a KFC bucket of chicken just 4 times the price. the main problem was the staff kept over charging for the drinks, don't know if this is policy or incompetence but over the 3 visits i went there this happened once each visit, only 20/40p but if they did this to every one it would add up!it is such a lovely location though i would go back just eat before and keep an eye on my change
4 based on 24 reviews
The restaurant is very modern inside. It has 4 tables outside and dogs are welcomed in this area. On a sunny day, it is perfect whist taking in the seaside atmosphere. The price is very good. It reminds me of Wetherspoons. We were there for Easter Sunday and we had Sunday roast with a drink for Â£9.99 each. What bargain. They have lots of offers for lunch and certain evenings too. The waitresses are smartly dressed. Service is excellent and friendly. Although we were sat outside, we were well looked after. The waitress bought all the drinks and food to us and checked to ensure everything was ok. Food wise, despite on the price, it was very good. You get a separate plate of vegetables too. It is simply amazing value. For price, location, service, it gets 5*s from us. Will definitely visit again.
4 based on 636 reviews
First time visiting The Harbour Inn, was not disappointed. The menu was extensive and suited all tastes and ages. The food came quickly served hot and very good. Staff were friendly and helpful. Nice place to have an even8ng meal clean and nicely decorated. Will certainly be returning in the near future
5 based on 227 reviews
With our fresh food, great cocktail, gin and beer selection mixed with excellent service, we're the perfect destination for any occasion!
What can I say food was great and service was excellent would recommend as one of the best in Lowestoft
4 based on 104 reviews
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Jack, Paul and their team welcome you to try our new delicious daily menu and Sunday carvery. Get in touch to book a table, we look forward to being of service!
Went for Sunday lunch didnât leave feeling satisfied. The staff were friendly the meat and vegetables were ok but it was more like a pulled beef and pork lunch than a Sunday roast. I would expect slices of meat in my plate there was no skin or crackling. I ask for seconds but was informed that only vegetables were allowed. Iâm not very big but I could have eaten the same again. Just the same I did leave a tip for the table staff because they were friendly and not responsible for the food on my plate. Wonât return and wonât recommend if you have a healthy appetite and like meat.
4 based on 125 reviews
Lovely place we just had a drink outside near the water watching the boats beautiful setting would diffenly go back for a other vist
4 based on 738 reviews
We always visit here when in Pakefield and have the chicken and chips. We were a bit put out that the price had increased since last year, but it was still plentiful and tasty. There is a good selection of ales. I drank the Adnams Ghost Ship, which was very good. It does get very noisy inside the pub - very busy - so we sat outside. Worth visiting.
4 based on 314 reviews
My wife and I always go here on a Tuesday night, when in the area. The all you can eat buffet is superb - lasagne,casserole,beef chimichurro(?) - all brilliant, and a snip at Â£8.50 including dessert. There are some superb ales on: Trawlerman, Adnams etc.. The staff are friendly and the pub has a lo vely warm buzz to it. Heaven!
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