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. Lunch may start with smoked haddock kedgeree, or lobscouse (a Welsh beef dish), then continue with seared venison fillet and wild mushroom risotto; steamed steak and mushroom suet pudding; or something cooked in the wood-fired pizza oven. Several of the beers are supplied by Suffolk brewery, Earl Soham and there is a beer festival in mid July.
Open all year
Open all week
Opening times: 12–2.30 5–11 (Sunday 12–3 7–10.30)
Lunch: all week 12–2
Dinner: Monday to Thursday 6.30–9, Friday to Saturday 6.30–9.30, Sunday 7–9
Credit cards accepted
Coach parties welcome
Allowed in bar
Allowed in restaurant
Allowed in garden
Bypass Ipswich towards Lowestoft on A12. Approximately 6 miles, left onto B1116 to Framlingham.