41 Wangford Road, Reydon, SOUTHWOLD, IP18 6PZ
Easily walkable from Southwold, this majestic pub was built in 1899 by the town's well-known Adnams Brewery, whose directors were pally with Lord Randolph Churchill, Sir Winston's father. Showing no real sign today of its late-Victorian origins, the light and airy bar is furnished with contemporary high-backed chairs and comfortable sofas; the well-protected garden is lovely in the sun. In the bar and restaurant a concise modern British menu offers starters of smoked duck breast with celeriac remoulade, caper and raisin tapenade; or timbale of Bloody Mary soused herrings with dill cream cheese. Mains include poached smoked haddock, cheese, spring onion and grain mustard sauce; steamed steak and kidney suet pudding; and Moroccan pot-roasted chicken with apricot couscous and pomegranate yogurt. Children can opt to select from their own menu.
Tel: 01502 723603
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Southwold Bitter, Explorer, Old Ale & Ghost Ship
All day all week
Coach parties catered.