Hall Road, Kesgrave, IPSWICH, IP5 2PU
Hiding in woodland near a little village to the east of Ipswich, Kesgrave Hall is no monument to twee rusticity, but a sparkling-white boutique hotel with a portico and veranda seating out front. The Brasserie dining room is fitted with an up-to-the-minute open kitchen and plain wooden tables. A quirk of the system is that you write down your food order and take it to the bar for service, which seems to run smoothly. An extensive menu of global modernism kicks off with starters in two sizes - 'ample' or 'generous' - for the likes of Wagyu carpaccio with pickled kohlrabi and truffled cr?me fra?che. Spot-on timing elevates a main course of wild salmon with samphire, asparagus and broad beans into the big league, or there may be guinea fowl in tomato consomm? with Savoy cabbage and pancetta crisps. Go trad for afters with apple and sultana crumble and vanilla ice cream.
Tel: 01473 333741
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Open all year.
Sunday lunch available.
Cooking type: Modern International
Chef: Aarron Skerritt, Stuart Oliver
Number of seats: 80
Accessible for wheelchairs.
Vegetarian meals available.
A La Carte Dinner Main Course from: £12.50
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