Station Road, FRAMLINGHAM, nr Woodbridge, IP13 9EE
Built as part of the local railway in the 19th century, The Station Hotel has been a pub since the 1950s, outliving the railway which closed in 1962. Inside, you will find scrubbed tables and an eclectic mix of furniture. During the last decade it has established a fine reputation for its gutsy and earthy food listed on the ever-changing blackboard menu. A typical lunch dish could be North African fish stew; dinner might include seared venison fillet with wild mushroom risotto; slow-roasted belly pork, mash, Savoy cabbage and apple sauce; pot-roasted rabbit and bean stew; pan-fried mullet with linguine clam chowder, or something cooked in wood-fired pizza oven. Several of the beers are supplied by Suffolk brewery, Earl Soham and there is a beer festival in mid July.
Tel: 01728 723455
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Earl Soham Victoria Bitter, Albert Ale & Gannet Mild, Veltins, Crouch Vale, Guinness
12-2.30 5-11 (Sun 12-3 7-10.30)
Coach parties catered.