Places to Eat in Bury St Edmunds
Restaurant Guide to Bury St Edmunds
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Although Bury St Edmunds is a small town, there are quite a number of places of interests in the area. It is also known for its market that sells local produce. Because of this, there are hundreds of visitors heading to this place. There are also different restaurants that you can surely satisfy your cravings.
Formerly known as Bedericsworth, Bury St. Edmunds is known for its attractions and restaurants. This is where you can find the largest cattle market. This is filled with sheeps, lambs, pigs and more. During weekends, the market is selling fruits and vegetables. The center town is filled with tea and coffee shops where you can relax and enjoy the weather. There are enough restaurants in Bury St. Edmunds and you can select the best one that can fulfill your taste.
This restaurant is offering British Cuisine. The main attraction of the restaurant is the fresh and simple food set in cozy atmosphere. This is very popular among the locals because of the food and service. Any guest would truly love the unique dining experience that this place is offering. For the main course, try their pork knuckles, Alsatian Sausage and romesco stew. Desserts are also the best feature of the place.
Angel Hotel Eatery
If you are looking for luxury, comfort and good food then visit the angel hotel. This is considered one of the best in town where local and guests alike enjoy the ambiance. The place is newly renovated and the food was put together by chefs who use the best local produce. It is an award winning restaurant that offers unique and exciting dishes.
This French style restaurant is one of the most sought after in town. Part of the menu is called the Butcher’s Corner. Dishes include shellfish plate, royal plate, thai smoked haddock and other grilled specialties. All the ingredients are bought in the market where Bury St. Edwards is known for so it is guaranteed to be fresh. You can also select different variety of lamb, beef and chicken. You will surely love is contemporary design.
19 Angel Hill
This is one of the fairly new restaurants in Bury St Edmunds. It also a very good place to eat. The simple and elegantly designed place offers cheese soufflé, Suffolk pork and a lot more signature dish. Their dessert menu is to die for.
This restaurant is situated in Horringer, small village near Bury St Edmunds. The pub house is slowly gaining popularity and appeals to socialites in town. This cottage dates back to 1860 and has survived from a lot of disasters. Today it is known to serve good food in a casual ambiance. During summer, you can enjoy seating on its patio while enjoying uncomplicated meals done in perfection.