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“Well worth a visit”

We have eaten here four times so far and have never been disappointed. It is a particularly fantastic place for Sunday lunch as it offers a superb choice of specials as well as the traditional Sunday roast. The last time we went, I had the skate wing which was absolutely delicious and my husband went for the venison stew which he said was wonderfully rich and tender. There is an excellent choice of good real ale available which is ever changing. The house Prosecco is very good and sold by the glass at under £5. An extensive wine list, along with the services of a very knowledgable sommelier are a real asset to this lovely place. Each time we have been, the service has been friendly and efficient and the ambience spot on. We have been as a couple and with friends, evenings and lunchtimes, and all experiences have been very positive. At around £18 for two courses it may appear on the high side for a pub lunch but it really is good value for money. Can’t wait to go back.

“Excellent food, great beer, and exceptional wine selection”

This is a good village pub where you can drop in for a pint. It is also a superb restaurant, with a very good staple menu, and ever changing specials. As much as possible is locally sourced, with locally shot game and locally grown vegetables and potatoes featuring heavily when in season.

The range of wines is magnificent; the manager is a qualified and evidently very keen sommelier! The beer is also good- usually from one of East Anglia’s smaller breweries, and is well kept.

Pricewise, a meal will cost you more than at your average pub- however, if you’re looking for a really good meal then it is well worth paying a bit more for.

The staff are all very friendly and are well looked after by the owner- it has a very nice family feel.

“The Square & Compasses, Fuller St, is worth getting a compass for!”

Not the easiest place to find if you don’t know the area, but well worth the effort. I’d recommend booking as this gorgeous little Gastropub is very popular and you only need to eat there once to know why. Everything is fresh/local and in season, and reasonably priced too. It’s always difficult to make a choice whatever time of day your visit, and the specials weeks which showcase certain seasonal delicacies are very popular too.
A real treat – always!