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Mariners

Neptune Quay, IPSWICH, IP4 1AX

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Mariners has quite a history: built as a gunboat in Bruges in 1899, it was sunk in 1940, became a hospital ship in the 1950s and was an Italian restaurant in Ipswich before becoming a French brasserie in 1994, moored on Neptune Quay in the marina. The decor features polished brass, burnished wood, chandeliers, muted blue upholstery and crisp tablecloths. Start with boneless brill fillet, curried salmon mousse and baby spinach millefeuille with butternut squash emulsion. Progress to pan-fried fillet of Scottish salmon, creamy wild mushroom Carnaroli risotto, soft-poached egg, and finish on iced pistachio and almond nougat with red fruit coulis.

Further information

Tel: 01473 289748
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Open/closed

Days closed: Sun-Mon
Dates closed: Jan

Restaurant information

Cooking type: French, Mediterranean
Chef: Frederic Lebrun
Number of seats: 80
Steps for wheelchair: 2
Vegetarian meals available.
Children welcome.
Children's portions.

 
 
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Accessed via Key St. Follow brown tourist signs to waterfront
Nearest station: Ipswich

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